from Secret Romance V8 #39 (July 1976)
It was a rough one but now it is over (for another year, at least). There’s a few quilting-related projects that will keep me busy for the upcoming weeks. There was no time to work on them before but now its time to get down to work. As you can see I’ve changed the look […]
Like it or not you’re getting some more romance comics. This time it’s The Cost of Living, first published in Just Married #44 (November, 1965). Check it out after the break (be patient, they are big scans).
There wasn’t enough time to finish a block today but there was time for some virtual sewdown shenanigans on Instagram. Search IG for #virtualsewdown for some photos (until I can figure out how to show the photos here).
Like it or not you’re getting some more romance comics. This time it’s Rescued Heart, first published in Just Married #44 (November, 1965). Check it out after the break (be patient, they are big scans).
But, as they say, the dirt at the bottom of the hole is the heaviest. :/
Grab a box of tissues, it’s time for more romance comics! This time it’s You’ve Got to Take A Chance!, first published in My Romantic Adventures #120 (December-January 1961). Check it out after the break (be patient, they are big scans).
Tax season is usually busy, this one is busier. This afternoon was the first time I sewed this week. I’m very happy I got a block done, it really is an uplifting feeling to get something creative completed. My plans for this quilt have changed since watching the MQG webinar earlier this week. The new plans will […]
Just one, really. Instead of the first rule/suggestion/whatever being Modern Quilts are made to be used (in bold) try something like Modern Quilts should be constructed as if they will be used. Two of the questions at the end of the webinar were asking for clarification on this rule. It rubs people the wrong way. Why not prevent that […]