Archive for the Fun Category

Vermont Quilt Festival 2020

Today, I’m sharing a post by VQF! Instructor Spotlight: Kimberly Einmo   Taking a class with Kimberly Einmo is an absolute must! Not only does she share her expertise on precision piecing and efficient cutting, but she ignites inspiration and excitement for your next project. VQF welcomes Kimberly

Read more

I’ve joined a gang.

Every gal needs a group of cronies where she can ‘belong’ and I’m no exception. Thankfully, I have found my gang and we’re calling ourselves the Stitchin’ Babes Roadies. (Cue: giggles.) Remember a couple of weeks ago when I hosted the kit cutting party here at my

Read more

An SOS answered

I’m not one who likes to ask for help. But recently, I found myself facing a task which seemed was so monumental I decided I needed to send out an SOS for help. And I’m so happy a small army of quilters armed with rotary cutters came

Read more

The magic of ordinary days

To say this summer has been a whirlwind of travel and events would be an understatement. Not that I’m complaining. We’ve spent time with many wonderful folks who share our passion and love for creativity, quilting and pets and it has been a true blessing in our

Read more

Try adding a little tempting texture Part 1 (plus a free applique block to try!)

I’ve been working on a new quilt recently which I hope to share very soon. If you follow me on social media (Facebook at Kimberly Einmo or Instagram at keinmo) you may have seen sneak peeks of this sunny, ‘fruity’ project I’ve been stitching. In the process,

Read more

A lovely Sunday

We had planned to get so much work done this past weekend. We have taxes to prepare and file. We have seemingly dozens of deadlines calling our names. We have chores to do around the house. And it has been raining lately. A lot. Long-time residents of

Read more

Escape to the beach

For many years, Charlotte Angotti has hosted a relaxing and fun-filled Quilters Escape at the beach. Hundreds of quilters from across the country have joined her in the past and many continue to make this part of their yearly quilting travel itinerary. But in 2020, Charlotte has

Read more