Tuesday, February 22, 2022


When I opened the first kit for the Quilts for Kids, I could see it wasn't a four-patch this time.  Instead, this one is a rail fence quilt-one of the first quilts I made for a gift long ago! 
I only sewed one set but it looks pretty! 
 And I will be making some more soon I hope;  
today I go and see the orthopedic doctor for my wrist!

I needed more room on the design wall so I began sewing this one together to clear it out of the way! 
 It felt good to be in the sewing room again.



  1. Love those deep, rich colors from your design wall. The quilt for kids piece is so cute for a little girl.

  2. Those little quilts are so much fun. I hope you get good news on the wrist today!

  3. Look out She's BACKKKKK... Im so glad you are sewing again!
    That is a cute little quilt - I love rail fences ;-)

  4. I'm praying for good news at the doctor today. Regardless, your sewing looks wonderful. That sweet little rail fence quilt will be perfect for a little girl. And those purples on your design wall are beautiful. I know you're going to be thrilled when you have full use of your hands again. I'm amazed at how much you have done with it injured. I absolutely love your paintings in our new bathroom. They look perfect there. And to think they were painted with your left hand! You have so much talent my dear friend.
    Blessings and love,

  5. The pastels are just perfect for the upcoming spring/Easter season. Lovely layout.

  6. I hope your appointment goes well and that you get some good news about your wrist.

  7. Woohoo sewing is good! And those are pretty fabrics.. hope you go ok at the doc xx


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