I often speak of my favorite things to do on the magazine, I just loved working on the magazine. shocking I know. Test Drives were always fun as they offered us the opportunity to get together with our Quilt peeps and talk about what we like and don't like about product. No matter what the… Continue reading Product Review: Oliso Irons
Once upon a time I wanted to be a Lazy Girl. I still want to be a Lazy Girl. Oddly enough being a Lazy Girl doesn't mean half assed work. I learned that the first time I worked on the Bendy bags. What I learned at that time is that Joan Hawley's commitment to doing… Continue reading Lazy, Lazy Girl
When the door bell rings, and the guy in brown leaves a box, quickly turning, dashing down the sidewalk before reaching the door, let alone getting it open. Boxes bring stuff, often quilterly stuff. Unless of course, you are my Sweetie then those boxes bring other stuff, not quilt related stuff. While the excitement builds… Continue reading You Rule!
spontaneous quilting. With a warning like that on the box, diving in made perfect sense. Allow me to back up a little bit here. Kimberly Moos of Cotton Cuts asked if I would be willing to review the Cotton Cuts subscription box. While reviewing books and product for Generation Q Magazine is something that happens frequently,… Continue reading Caution: Opening box may lead to. . .