It’s beautiful today with temps around 70 and the back door open, fresh air filling the house. Sure it’s humid, so what? I’ve just swept the back porch, tossed a dustpan full of ladybugs out the door, and dusted. It was a grilling afternoon – I made grilled pizzas, and I want to make note … More Spring, sprung.
Overthinking was slowing my progress! Rosette 1 (below) began with a burst of great color dreams and ideas. Purples! Pinks! Greens! Blues! When I got to the first star row, where you’re supposed to stop for the only full circle, Rosette #1 (this photo below is minus one star point atop each of the 10 … More On Overthinking and Moving On!
Ok, let’s get to the real reason for starting this blog. Millie. I’ve fallen in love with a millefiori quilt pattern named La Passacaglia. I hope she’s just the start of a long line of most intricate EPP quilts…but for now, my Millie La Pass is “IT.” You see, I have this bundle of fabrics … More Millie
About ten years ago, I bought a little set of papers from Paper Pieces at the AQS quilt show in Paducah, Kentucky. The little pack included some hexies (note: before the hexie craze), smaller squares, and the tiniest of triangles. I dug out a little stack of charm squares, cotton prints in light and dark colors, … More EPP and Me