How would life be if we really stopped and appreciated the small positive things that happen each day in our life?

 http://1000awesomethings.com/ I think I’ll spend a little time checking out this website.

I’m trying to come out of hibernation, but my authentic self really involves my quilting, its what I do, it’s what I love…..its a major passion in my life and has been for a little more than half my life. It brings me joy, that maybe only another quilter can understand.


I used variegated thread for the top and in the bobbin and I really like the way the  design shows on the back. I sure wouldn’t have been this brave when I first started longarm quilting.


One Christmas I made each of my daughters a quilt, I surprised Emily with this very bright quilt because she had always loved the bright colours. At the time her room was painted Tigger Orange and Piglet Pink and this quilt worked so well in her room. She still loves her bright quilt but she is now a young woman and has new tastes so she chose a collection called Mill House Inn for her next quilt, I’m working on it and I’ll share more as it progresses


its coming along, this is not a quilt to be pieced quickly so its taking me a little longer than I’m used to but I’m loving it so far.

I also have this sweet little pile calling me to transform


We need a new snuggle quilt for the living room and these colours will be so happy for the summer.

Too much time hibernating causes too much time looking at other peoples blogs which led to another project in the cue using the Sunkissed collection by Sweetwater for Moda that I can hardly wait to get started on…. we have a new quilt shop opening here very soon and I am so thankful that Lucy has ordered this collection….its so pretty and looks so summery to me.


So while all the above makes me want to spend more time in my studio, the days are getting longer and some days the temps are warmer and I’m starting to think about fishing, camping and gardening, summer is going to come.

5 thoughts on “Awesome”

  1. Hi Wendy,
    Thanks for leaving a comment over on my blog this morning. I noticed your posts at the APQS forum and added your blog to my Reader. Nice to meet another Canadian longarmer who loves the outdoors! Can hardly wait to see what you make with the Sunkissed fabrics, one of my favorite collections right now but have resisted the temptation to buy it. I know I’ll cave soon though! 🙂


  2. Oh I love all that you posted! That black and pink quilt is especially stunning. I know what you mean when you talk about quilting and what it does for us!


  3. Wendy –

    Thank you so much for your comment over on my blog. I really appreciate the advice you gave me. Thanks so much!


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