Can you tell that I am starting to dip into my stash and use some of my more favored fabrics? I have made two (very) different quilts from my wide and random collection of Breast Cancer awareness fabrics. I have a wonderful Mother-in-Law who had breast cancer and has been over 15 years cancer free. This quilt was started a long time ago, when I wanted to learn log cabin blocks. The quilt top sat for a couple of years, not knowing how I wanted to quilt it. It had served its usefullness for the time with just learning log cabin blocks. It surfaced again a couple of months ago, and the ideas started coming to me. It wasn't finished. I wanted to do some applique to coordinate with the backing of the quilt. I appliqued on the letters, top stitched those, I appliqued 3 ribbons on the other 3 remaining corners, with fancy-schmacy embroidery stitches and then I quilted it with stitch in the ditch quilting. Simple. Wonderful. Original. Honest. I love this quilt. And sorry, it isn't for sale.
God: Grace for the Moment Daily Bible: Spend 365 Days reading the Bible with Max Lucado I had to replace my Bible...I discovered about a week ago that I was missing part of II Thessalonians and Philemon. The binding in my Bible that I took to college and I loved...with all the notes in the margins, dates of reading and profoundness tell my story along with God's story fell apart along time ago, but somewhere I lost part of the book...so it was time. I decided that I wanted to read through in a year. I love Max Lucados commentary each day. (*****)
Tamera Alexander: Rekindled Be looking for the Fountain Creek series...First book in the series! UPDATE!! Winner of the RITA best inspirational novel in July 2007! Absolutely the GREATEST Author!! (*****)