Peels, Hexies and Half moons

I have been steadily working on my technicolor galaxy and I just recently realized that I am very close to finishing it. Let’s go by parts: First came the orange peels. These were easy to make, because there is no…

Real Women Sew Curves

Well, maybe not, but I always admired those who could. A couple of years ago my friend Erica blogged about this quilt sensation, the retro flower quilt. I immediately made a mental note that I would HAVE to make that…

Sweet Ninja Dreams

Last weekend Tomás and I had some unfinished business to take care of. Do you remember the Ninja quilt he made? We had planned to sew a matching pillowcase with ninja fabric we hadn’t used and now the time had come….

Quilt Show this month

Just a quick post today to let you know that the Boston Modern Quilt Guild will be having a show at Fabric Place Basement in Natick this month starting this Saturday. The show will be open and free to the…

Uninterrupted sewing

Uninterrupted sewing – that was the premise of last weekend. In January I joined the Boston Modern Quilt Guild and when I found out they were having a sewing retreat in March I started working on convincing Pete of what…

Quick recap

My sewing machine has been gathering dust and probably feeling neglected. I have been completely away from all sewing, for good reasons (holidays) and not so good ones (work!) 😉 With not so much to report I thought I’d do a recap…

Technicolor Galaxy - block 2

Block #2, star points, is done. It was a lot of fun to piece together all those light strips for the background and the triangles – all times twelve. As usual, it took a huge effort to figure out which fabrics…