« The boy knows what I like. . . | Main | Conversation with my Mom. . . »

Thursday, February 16, 2006



You go girl. Those fabrics are beautiful.


You go girl. Those fabrics are beautiful.


That Pete is a funny guy. The iron comment made me laugh out loud! I hate ironing as much as I love knitting! Gorgeous fabric....I haven't quilted in forever.


That Pete sounds like my T. So funny huh?

Also, you need to check out my post today with some vintage Boogas! ;)


I'd love to get into quilting, but I need another hobby like I need a hole in the head. I've never really liked classic quilts, but some of the modern ones are so neat!


Oh my - quilting motivation! I can't decide if that's a good thing or a bad thing. You see, since I started knitting 6 months ago I have done very little quilting. *sigh* I know it's really a good thing, but if only I didn't have to take time away from knitting to do it...


I thought you were slowing down... taking it easy.. do you NEED another thing to do?? you be crazy!!


*sigh* so pretty.
I really need to learn how to sew. Really. I'd love to make quilted bags to carry knitting in.


I love your fabrics, they look fantastic together. You can never have too many hobbies - and a good excuse to get more stuff!!


I can so relate to your ambitious, yet unfinished quilting projects! I have a lovely quilt I started for my daughters transition to from quilt to big girl bed! She is now 5 and the fabric sits in a rubbermaid in my craft closet....Oh well. Someday. Happy quilting!


hey julie
did you see that makezine posted about your podcast list


Wow, love the fabrics - great how you got it all to look wonderful together.

Take a look at Denise Schmidt Quilts - cool book re: modern quilting, something that seems like you may enjoy. Keep us posted on this, will ya?


That's a great idea. I really should do that too. I started a quilt at one point years ago for Jaime. Yeah, a queen sized quilt. It hasn't gone so well, needless to say.

Shelley (Pink House)

I like your palette! NIce colors and pattern textures. that's my favorite part of the quilting process. But I love rotary cutting and piecing too.
I'm curious..when I saw the quilt shop in "Joliet" - do you live in Montana?


that is exactly the kind of conversation that Wayne and I have! I can't remember the last time I picked up the iron to do anthing other than block something that I'd knitted!


oh, another obsession, er hobby :-)
be careful, the quilting stash can grow as big as the yarn stash!


Sorry I'm late on this one --
Hmmm ... maybe I'll just add you to the quilt along against your will! Mwa ha haahahahhaa!

Well, you are a member in spirit until you feel ready to take the plunge. Best of luck! I think quilting is easier than knitting in a lot of ways, so I bet you'll be a natural.

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Man

Related Posts Widget for Blogs by LinkWithin