Monthly Archives: November 2012

hexagon quilt – serendipity …

ser·en·dip·i·ty … [ser-uhn-dip-i-tee] noun, an aptitude for making desirable discoveries by accident. I love a good serendipitous moment … I bought these beautiful fabrics above on the left online, even had them laser cut into convenient 2.5 x 2.5 inch squares, ready for my next hexagon quilt. It wasn’t until I have made the first […]

Posted in quilting, sewing | Tagged | Leave a comment

treasure box 86 …

This is my little weekly post called treasure box, where I share photos and links to interesting finds I have come across as I surf, just bits and pieces that catch my attention. You might find them fun too … Find 1 … I really want to make one of these, or maybe two or […]

Posted in treasure box | Leave a comment

hexagon quilt – update …

That’s it, folks, just one little pile to sew into a row, and it will be done. In the next photo you can see rows that I have sewed together on a stand. The card templates are left in until the quilt is completed, and I’m sewing the rows in three sections, as it gets […]

Posted in quilting, sewing | Tagged | 5 Responses

50,000 words in a month? What a novel idea!

It seemed like a good idea at the time … to write a 50,000 novel in a month! I have come across NaNoWriMo before, which stands for National Novel Writing Month, which takes place in November each year. Just recently, I was reintroduced to it when I visited a writer’s blog. This program started in […]

Posted in writing | Tagged | 1 Response