My AMH Herringbone quilt can be found here
To find out why and how I started blogging, you can refer back to my very first post - almost three years ago! I know that's a drop in the bucket for bigger bloggers, but it's quite an achievement for me. A friend asked me the other day why I bother to blog, since I don't sell anything or have sponsors or an etsy shop, and answering her really distilled all the little reasons into two big ones: 1. the obvious reason is the friendships that have come out of it, and 2. it keeps me motivated. Feeling like I have an "audience", keeps me on track with all my various projects. I tend to start a lot of projects, and blogging about them helps me mark their progress and work towards the goal of sharing a finish.
My Kona Squares quilt can be found here
One thing I do have to keep in mind as I cruise through blogland is that it I don't have to buy every yard of fabric that strikes my fancy. My stash cannot compare to those of bigger, more well-known bloggers. I don't sell my quilts, and so far no companies have gifted me with new collections, so every scrap of fabric in my still fairly well-stocked sewing room was bought by me. And that's ok.
My Briar Rose baby quilt can be found here
From next month on I will discuss my sewing, but I thought for the first link up I should tell you a bit about myself. So please, make yourself at home, take a look around and let me know what you think! I'm off to see what "the rest of us" are working on!
My Kona mini quilt can be found here