I finished making a bunch of Christmas pillows. I sold some to friends and I have a few left over that I'm giving as gifts to teachers for the girls. I might have to make a couple more, but that's ok! They are so fun to make and I'm really enjoying hand embroidery! (the piece of fabric included in the picture is what the backing fabric is) Pattern found here.
Saturday, November 19, 2016
Friday, October 21, 2016
Here's what I've been working on for the past few weeks.
Some were gifts and some I sold to friends.
They are so fun to make!
You can find the pattern here.
I plan on making "Christmas" ones, "Grandparents" ones, "every holiday you can imagine" ones, and "teacher" gift ones!
(And I taught myself how to hand embroider! Thanks YouTube!)
Posted by Jen at 12:36 PM
Saturday, August 13, 2016
My cousin got married last month and I wanted to make them a quilt for their wedding gift. She has red sofas so I knew I wanted to make one that she could have out every day on her sofa. I got to use all my Rouenneries by French General that I had bought YEARS ago!
Posted by Jen at 8:54 AM
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
One of the best friends I met in the Navy had a birthday in June and her husband took over as the Commanding Officer in a fighter jet squadron in July. I knew I had to make her a quilt. It's one I wanted to make her for a couple years now. Anyway, I finally finished it and sent it off. It's pretty much the same as the other Anna Maria Horner patchwork quilt I made last year. I will never tire of these beautiful fabrics.
Posted by Jen at 9:13 AM
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
We had such a wonderful time camping! (Warning, heavy on the pictures post!)
We went to Nebraska's first State Park for a few days and then headed North to the Black Hills in South Dakota. WOW!
We were blown away. This coming from 2 California Natives that LOVE the Sierras, and have been to just about all the great State and National parks of California!
Our camp spot at Chadron State Park, Nebraska
Leaving Chadron, NE and heading to the Black Hills!
Our camp spot at Mount Rushmore KOA, SD
Our view from our campsite
We had a wonderful time and will be back again I'm sure!
Posted by Jen at 10:17 AM