Friday, November 22, 2019

Riding The Rails

I'm still neck deep in commission work and plan on sticking to is like a train on tracks.  My goal is to have it all cleared out by December 1st so I have the last month of the year for ME.

I did treat myself to an early Christmas Present!  Although I did pass it on to Mom to read while I am busy - other wise I might get swayed.  I have watched Barb @ Three Cat Ranch working on hers and just loved this quilt.  Heritage and story quilts just excite me and this book is not only about the main quilt, but lots of history, stories, and other small projects.  I look forward to playing with this next year.

I have been updating my side bar with some new Hops, QALs, and just some fun Silly Stuff.  I like to keep you all informed as much as possible, but I won't be tackling too many of 2020's events as I have 3 quilt shows keeping me busy.   And my Mom's health keeps me on the ready for a sudden change in plans.  I failed tackling as many P.I.G.S. as I wanted to, so they may be my main concentration for a while.

Sewingly Yours,


  1. ME time is just so good luck getting all your commission work completed so you do... xox

  2. Looks like a great book. I finally got back to sewing some.
    Might finish a block this month.😁😁😁

  3. I purchased HOBO QUILTS several years ago and have yet to start on any blocks. This project will need to go on my 2020 TO SEW list. The story about each block is revealing. I have notices that some of the homeless in our area are posting signs at the entrance to the forests and woods nearby. Not sure if they have the same meaning, but their community knows what they mean.

  4. Oh great! Glad you got the book. It’s so interesting.

  5. That looks like a great book. Life sometimes gets in the way of our plans,I am sure you will catch up when you can.