I'm tickled to share a recent finish in the form of a new wall quilt for my studio. The pattern is designed by my sweet friend Robin Pickens and hers looks like this: The above represents the cover photo for English Breakfast, featuring Robin's next collection for Moda fabrics called Cottage Bleu, shipping to shops … Continue reading Tilda, Teacups & a Lefty-Girl-Imagination Running Amok
Okay, so maybe it sounds like a made up name for someone who has a thing for pulling together a whole bunch of fabrics that all somehow work together in a quilt, but I feel like if I'm anything lately, it's that - a Fabric Curator. Early this summer, as explained in my previous post, … Continue reading Fabric Curator as a job description. That’s a thing, right?
What do you think of when you hear the word 'Tuppence?' While I'm not entirely sure if it's a word that's still used in present day England, tuppence is an old word that means two pence or, in American terms, two pennies. That said, Tuppence, for me, has a magical meaning too. Pennies aside, one of … Continue reading Pennies, Memory-Sparked Singing and a Brave Girl Project
Happy Monday Crafty Friends! Are you as shocked as I am that I'm actually posting a second CLH blog post in one week? Throughout the course of the last *almost* year since we opened Serendipity Woods Fabric Shop, it's taken me some time to get my sea legs about me with respect to the preservation … Continue reading Current Quilt Update and a Little Thing Called Bloglovin
Hi Quilty Friends, Okay, remember a few weeks ago when I shared my rather soul-baring story about how Halloween is historically my least favorite holiday? In the event you need a refresher (or you just plain didn't read it because maybe creepy, scary, gory Halloween is your chosen bag of chips), you can catch up … Continue reading Part 2 – Hopelessly Unenthused October Baby Seeks Joyfully, Non-Creepy Halloween
Good Morning All, Happy Monday-after-we've-terrified-our-pets-beyond-belief Day! I may have mentioned somewhere here that we've had miniature schnauzers for almost 30 years, and all have possessed some degree of apprehension when the 4th of July rolls around every year. Now, however, we have the queen of Fireworks Terror, Emma: Not to sound like a completely unpatriotic … Continue reading Fireworks, Emma the Schnauzer & Serendipity Woods Shop Progress