Beauty Beyond Bones is one of my fave non-quilt related blogs. Caralyn speaks honestly about anorexia, recovery from anorexia, and more. In the linked blog post she's speaking of a trip to Spain to travel the Camino de Santiago. Her description of the whole-head, clear eyed fish served for lunch in their hotel. This reminded… Continue reading A Most Memorable Date
I had to laugh yesterday. I logged into NetworkedBlogs to check something, clicked one button and discovered several of my blogs never posted to facebook or twitter @terificreations, feeds. Yes, I need to check this more often. I've enjoyed the comments and thank you to those who do. So today I'm just going to say… Continue reading Accidentally Amusing
I don't remember if I ever showed the full piece. A little taupe Radiance, a little silk batting, a little Superior Tiara Silk. Oh my. Have you seen this gorgeous variegated 50 weight silk thread? When they have the Tiara in the booth there will be a good chance that this little piece is in… Continue reading Decided to go ahead and do it!
Later this week I'm going to post a photo or two of the pansies that have survived the winter with their flowers in tact. I'm eager to see how the dogwood and mountain laurel will do. We've been concerned about losing the dogwood for the last few years to a fungus that attacks dogwoods. What… Continue reading Quilt Fest NJ and more orchids
Diane Gaudynski has quilted with it for years. Appliquers love it. I've quilted with it off and on. I loved the look of it on Kate's quilt. And now Superior Threads has their own silk thread. I've been hounding Bob since the announcement sounding kinda like the kid in the back seat saying, "are we… Continue reading Silk
Thread inspires me. I love thread. I love the color, texture and possibility thread offers as part of the quilting process. I think I've mentioned before that I'm a huge fan of Superior Threads. King Tut and Masterpiece have been main stays in my thread stash for a loonnnng time. Masterpiece is incredible for piecing… Continue reading Inspiration part 3