book, machine quilting, quilt, Teri Lucas, terificreations

Clearing my Head

My sewing room hasn't been functioning well for a little while. A non-functioning sewing room isn't a good place for any quilter. We want so much to be in a space that simply doesn't work. While on a vid call a few weeks ago I showed part of it, stuff I'd been working on and… Continue reading Clearing my Head

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Book Review Day

Writing book reviews and participating in blog tours for Generation Q Magazine was an important component of my work on the website, and in our pages. While doing my best not to play favorites I did have them, usually finding the words endearing them to my heart within the first two pages. Each book brings… Continue reading Book Review Day

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Sharing because this is brilliant

Years ago when message boards, and blogs were the social media of the day one of the tips I saw, and supported was practicing machine quilting for 20 minutes a day really adds up over time. I wrote about this in I figure I'm about 1/2 way there. This morning Ebony Love posted Find More… Continue reading Sharing because this is brilliant

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Gah!

I'm not sure what happened however, all of the sudden Microsoft Office isn't working on my laptop. So early this afternoon I handed this thing off to the in-house tech support. It's still not working. Gah! I'm going to have to give it back to him tomorrow. He says there's an app I downloaded and… Continue reading Gah!

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do people still sew?

Sometimes when people comment on fb we can get our panties all bunched up in a wad. Particularly if the "offensive comment" was made to one of our friends.  We rally around coming to their defense, want our friend to feel better and know that they are supported and loved. Sometimes we "hear" something other… Continue reading do people still sew?