Monthly Archives: November 2009

The Birthday Girl and her Apron

Mom’s Birthday is today, so I made her something special to wear to her quilting retreat– the Lilly Apron in Lila Tueller Woodland Bloom fabrics.  Here’s Mom in her new apron.  Isn’t she cute? BTW, you can click on images … Continue reading

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Pigs in a Blanket

Black Friday was the most fun.  My mom is in town, and we decided to nix the sales and instead have our own little quilt shop hop.  We headed to the shop in Castroville  (this town is also great for … Continue reading

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Patience Is Not My Virtue

For 15 years I’ve wanted a long arm, and my time has finally come.  My new Handi Quilter Avante will be shipped December 9.  My entire life, I cannot remember anything I’ve ever wanted more than this.  It’s also so … Continue reading

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Spring in Texas

I was nervous when my son’s teacher called me today to tell me he was sick.  Visions of H1N1 danced in my head.  However, it ended up working quite nicely.  We ended up at home with a low grade fever … Continue reading

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Quilting is a Dangerous Sport!

One podcast that I listened to last week was from Driven to Quilt , and it discussed the importance of quilting in an ergonomically sound fashion in order to prevent injury.  As I was listening, I was kind of chuckling about … Continue reading

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Su-Su-Studio

To my readers  reader out there, I’m guessing you want to see my studio.  I call it a studio (I keep singing the wrong rendition of the Phil Collins song in my head.  su-su-studio), but in reality, it’s a spare bedroom.  If … Continue reading

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The Real Becky Goldsmith! OMG!

On one of my summer road trips, I stopped at Common Threads in Waxahachie, Texas, south of Dallas.  I love this place.  In fact, when I was paying for all beautiful reproduction fabrics I had found, they even threw in a … Continue reading

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