Saturday, March 18, 2023

Is It Spring Yet?

Yes, we got SNOW!  We got a little over a foot in the Valley, but other areas around us got over 2feet.  I have been stitching - some by hand when the power was out - and some by machine.  Some that is not showable yet, and some that I can share.  

I had a gifted grocery bag full of CW scraps from another quilter who has changed her style of quilting.  Lots of lovely scraps in strips, pre-cuts in squares of all sizes, fat eighths, fat quarters, and chunks.  Using them for CAROL's  Jelly Roll project.  Hey, it doesn't have to be all JR's as it all works and it is getting used up.

And I am ready for the next HOP - Oh, I can't wait for some green!


Just Let Me Quilt

Quilt Schmilt

Quilting Gail

Elizabeth Coughlin Designs

DesertSky Quilting

Days Filled With Joy

Kathy's Kwilts and More

Sew Many Yarns


Creatin’ in the Sticks

Quilted Delights

Karrin’s Crazy World

For The Love Of Geese

Vroomans Quilts

Quilted Snail

Homespun Hannah's Blog

The Joyful Quilter



Ms P Designs USA

Words & Stitches

The Crafty Grammie


Texas Quilt Gal

Pinker n' Punkin Quilting & Stitching


Moosestash Quilting

Patchwork Breeze


Selina Quilts

Samelia's Mum

Just Because Quilts


That Fabric Feeling

Monday, March 13, 2023

Coast to Coast


It seems like both coasts are getting slammed the next few days.  Depending on who is reporting our East Coast weather, it is a guess at how much snow we will see.  Some say 3-6" while some go as far as over 20".

I plan on grabbing my jelly roll strips and play.  It's been a long time since I touched my machine and pre-cuts will be easy on my still healing broken ribs.

Stay safe and stitch on,

Sewingly Yours, Sharon

Saturday, March 4, 2023

OOPS - I Did it Again


A couple of days after my last post was the first of our series of snow storms, AND of course I took a fall.  I knew not to put out my hands to stop!!  But very bruised and a few broken ribs were the outcome.  So I have been a bit laid up.  SOOOOO glad I got all those quilts finished when I did.

 I'm not able to cut fabric or lift a lot of weight, but I am pulling fabric for some projects.  I have some Jelly Roll strips left overs that I will feed with my scraps for Carol's project.  March is a long month, so I have plenty of time to work slow.

I am pulling fabric for a program for the next guild meeting - can't show or explain (some guild members follow me).  Will follow up once the program is done.

We lucked out with the first two storms giving the valley just a few inches (but ice - hence the fall).  This third storm did dump on us, but it was so warm that half was melted off by the time my son came to plow and shovel.  A wet, heavy mess I couldn't handle. 

Stay safe and keep stitching,

Sewingly Yours, Sharon

Monday, February 20, 2023

My Day to be Sweet on You


Thank You Joan at MooseStashQuilting for hosting this month's HOP.  Sweet on You could be anything sweet, loving, pink, or what comes to your inspiration of the theme.

I just happened upon some very old little cross stitch pieces that never found a home in a project.  Sweet kitties in the window that were to be a monthly 'themed' project and then the blogger offering these little free patterns disappeared.  Hence I only had the four little hearts.  Now was the time!

Each heart has a bit of pink (color of the monty), set in hearts, and precious kitties.  Sweet little stitcheries.   

I put  them in a little window pane setting using a vintage grey that had little pink flowers in it.  Now my kitties are Sweet on Me and hopefully you.

Please visit todays hosts:

Vicki's Crafts and Quilting

Sewingly Yours,