Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Nothing has the same healing power as awesome fabric - plus a winner

My ever-growing Wonderland stash - thank you swapping friends!!!

It's been a long week. A nagging cold has turned into a super fun case of laryngitis, so I've spent most of the last week wildly gesturing like a not-so-masterful charades player and trying (mostly in vain!) not to talk. My voice is starting to make a comeback, ever so slowly, and I'm attributing most of that comeback to the healing power of fabric! Hopped up on cold medicine, I managed to cut into my stash of MoMo's Wonderland at long last this weekend!

Ack! I've cut into my Wonderland!!! But it feels good :)

I've chopped up some of my fat eighths, along with some various solids I've pulled together that surprisingly coordinate nicely with Wonderland, and I'm making a Garden Lattice quilt from Cindy Lammon's Simply Modern Christmas book, which is a really fun holiday sewing book I've been enjoying recently.

Latticing it up!

One of the things that awesome about Cindy's Garden Lattice pattern is how quick it is to stitch up! I pulled these blocks together pretty quickly, in just an hour or so after loads of pressing and cutting. I've got an idea for putting a little twist on these blocks that I'm hoping will make this quilt even better, but we'll see how that turns out.

A little bit of piecing with my prized Wonderland stash

And I haven't forgotten - today, I get to share the winner of the copy of Electric Quilt! Welcome Christine Sherman to the EQ Club, I'll be in touch with you via email today! Have a great day :)


  1. I think I might have the same thing you have. I have had this long drawn out cold for 2 full weeks now and I can't stand it anymore. I think I should go order some fabric apparently?

  2. i love this pattern working currently on a babyquilt with the same pattern

  3. Feel better soon!! Love that pattern. Can't wait to see more!

  4. Hope you are well soon! Thanks so very much!!!

  5. Love that your Kleenex box is smack dab in the middle of your cutting table! Feel better soon.

  6. Feeling yucky is no fun. Hope you are better soon.

  7. Oh I had that nasty virus last week. So annoying.
    I hope you are feeling better daily.
    reading your blog is always inspiring.

    I miss just sewing all day. I hope to get back in to it when the dust settles with the old folks.
    Thank you for sharing your creativity

  8. Looks cute...love me some MoMo......feel better soon:)

  9. Love those blue nails!! And I'm loving your lucky stars block of the month club .... just bought into your 2014 version. Thanks for your inspiring creativity!

  10. Ah Wonderland. How I love you. I'm still waiting for the perfect inspiration for mine but it won't be too long, I hope. My hoard is not doing me any good all tucked away. Your project is coming together beautifully!


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