If you haven't done it already, check out yesterday's review of Miss Scarlet's School of Patternless Sewing by Kathy Cano-Murillo and then enter the contest to win a copy of this book as well as her earlier one Waking Up in the Land of Glitter.
Daisy's Book Journal has made great progress on her socks. Foot one is finished and she is at the heel on the second.
In 1855, Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote to his publisher, complaining about the irritating fad of “scribbling women.” Whether they were written by professionals, by women who simply wanted to connect with others, or by those who wanted to leave a record of their lives, those “scribbles” are fascinating, informative, and instructive.Quilting is often dismissed as just something that women do and very little value assigned to it. A woman might spend 300 hours on a quilt and a man will walk up, look at it and expect to pay a mere $150.00 for it. arg. An idea jumped right out at me that I should make a quilt of words.
Now haven't I got your attention. Come back next week and see what progress I have made on this new adventure. Depending on what I get done, I'll reveal bits and pieces to you, but the final unveil will occur during the tour for Scribbling Women.