Monthly Archives: April 2013

Weekend projects


Good Morning lovely people,

I hope that everyone is having a truly splendid day! I have a couple of things to show you from this past weekend that I was able to bust out on my faithful sewing machine. I had a wonderfully productive weekend, even through a lazy Saturday, a sad attempt at playing softball on Sunday and a splendid migraine on Monday. But I persevered and I made 5 children’s aprons, made from old blue jeans that I found in my closet that I had been holding on to for dear life and hoping that I would be able to fit into again one day. But, don’t dismay, I haven’t given up the fight. The weather here in Indy will settle down one day and Spring will be here permanently soon. Or knowing Indiana weather it will probably go straight to summer, from 30 to 90 degrees in one day. Either way it makes for very unpredictable wardrobe changes, but I digress. I’ll be out in the great weather and working on my fitness, very soon. NO MORE EXCUSES!!!

So I did some alterations for some coworkers. I hemmed a blouse that was too long for a friend and I turned some boot-legged jeans into skinny jeans for another friend.


They turned out great. And then I busted out those aprons, from my fabric stash and old jeans:






Then I promised another coworker I would make her baby a quilt (she’s on Baby #3). It was made from fabric leftover from my pinwheel quilt that I made for last month and some white fur fabric that I found at Value World. Don’t worry I pre-washed that furry fabric AND washed the quilt after I was done. It turned out pretty cute. It wasn’t too extravagant, just some 4 inch blocks and some 2.5 inch x WOF strips along the outside to make it a little bigger. And instead of making additional binding, I just wrapped the furry fabric over the edge to the top and used that as binding. I also added a ribbon and added a little furry toy that I bought (brand new from Target) for the baby to play with or Mommie could use the loop to hang the blanket on something. I was surprised how super easy it is in making a much smaller quilt than the one I made last month and I was able to quilt the whole thing on my sewing machine (no quilting as I go, this time).





So, I’m hoping to learn different techniques as I go. I would also like to bust out more quilts. I have found a ton of quilts I would like to try on I LOVE THAT SITE!!!

So I’m keeping with the 1 quilt a month so far, but I’m terrified to try that tie quilt. I’m still bouncing around some ideas for the blocks that won’t be too difficult.

Anywho, have a super blessed day!!

And if you’re here in Indy, stay out of the rain, snow, sleet, heat, flood, or whatever it is for the day

Let brotherly love continue. Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. (Hebrews 13:1, 2 ESV)


It’s been a long time



Where have I been you ask? Well where do I start…of course I’ve been working, working, and working. That’s just what I do, lol. But I did start off the month of April with a weeklong road trip with my two lovely ladies in Charlotte, NC-Myrtle Beach, SC-Charleston, SC.

Oh the places we did go;-) We loved uptown Charlotte, NC. And then we drove down to Myrtle beach, SC. It was a little chillier than we expected, but it was beautiful.





Then we took a day trip down to Charleston, SC…




If these are anyone’s home, please don’t be alarmed. I just love the architecture.
And we ate at this pretty awesome French restaurant ‘Rue de Jean’ the food was delightful!!

Needless to say, I absolutely love road trips!! Reminds me of when I was a little girl and my parents would take me on road trips almost every weekend. And I love the beach, any chance to go to a beach I’m taking it;-)

But we’ve been back and I’ve made a few things here and there. I’ll try to finish up some things and I’ll hopefully post some pics tomorrow, hopefully you’ll stayed tuned in😁

Have a blessed day,

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. (Hebrews 13:8 ESV)