I have been on several different sites over the years. I started on My Quilt Blog and was sad to see it close down. Hopefully this site will stay healthy for many years.
I am not sure if I will use the blog feature here very often but will jump in and start with a 'first post' and see how it goes.
If for some reason I don't make it back here and you wonder 'where did she go?" you can find me at: www.OzarkCastle.BlogSpot.com
See ya in cyberspace!
Originally Posted by Crafty3790
My other block was http://www.quilterscache.com/S/Snowb...atchBlock.html also in shades of golden yellow, cream and shades of blue.
Originally Posted by Crafty3790
My pattern one choice was http://www.quilterscache.com/P/Patie...nersBlock.html
In shades of golden yellow,creams and shades of blue.
I know, I know. Most of us resist change, and I'm no different. I don't like to see changes in manufacturing methods for the guns I buy, nor do I like the golly -whiz- bang -multi -featured electronic sewing machines I see at Big Box stores (although they do have their place). Similarly, I didn't initially like the changes to this forums format. BUT, maybe there's some neat stuff here I can use. I'll ignore the pop-ups and advertisements I don't want to read. There's lots of good folks here and
Originally Posted by Diana Lynne
When you go to reply to a message there should be a box above where you type..From there you can change the size of the text, color and writing styles..Hope this helps..You might have to go to settings and change the way the text looks to get the box?
I ordered it on sale from Nancy's Notions last week. I tried it out, and I like it a lot. It's fun to use. I guess I'll start collecting some of those cute dies now.
I worked on DD's birthday scarf last night and I only have to knit a few more rows before I'm finished. Just in time for her birthday, Sunday. There will be a party with a few of her friends at her house. She asked me to bring a Rum Cake. I hope the weather is nice so we can hang out in the yard and they can play
This is my new blog. I will document the activities, pains, joys etc of my trek to make quilting a profitable enterprise for me. First of all, I am a generalist. That may be part of the problem BUT I find it really hard to specialize in any one area of quilting. I do know that I want to teach - specific projects or beginning quilting - the real beginning. Too many self-taught quilters never learn the true basics until they have spent a lot of time being frustrated.
Originally Posted by capucine
Very nice now i need to learn how to save it in my new bookmark
Let's see if this works!
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During the month of November many I know make it a point to think and something they are thankful for each day.
More often than not we tend to go from celebrating (for those who do) Halloween straight into the spirit of Christmas. Thanksgiving is thought of as a time of lots of food and a gathering of family. But do we really take time that day or during the month to think of all that we have to be thankful for?
I know many people who have suffered loss, have medical