Monday, July 30, 2018

Shop opens and 6 seams sewn.............

I sewed the 6 cross seams so now this X and + is a quilt top, another finish for July.  I will press it and photograph it this morning.

My pop-up-shop opens today at noon EST for all of the subscribers to my newsletter.  If you have signed up before you don't need to sign up again.

I showed a video yesterday with information about the shop website and how to navigate it.  In case you missed it yesterday here is the link again today.  The photos all enlarge in the shop so you can see products up close and the video shows how.

10 comments:

patty a. said...

You must be feeling pretty good because you sure are being productive! That quilt top is stunning! Good luck with your pop up shop today!

Lesley Gilbert said...

It's good to see you back sewing again. I hope your recovery is going as planned. How is your garden? We've finally had rain off and on for 2 days- I'm hoping it's enough for now to help the farmers, but the reservoirs certainly need a lot more. My Fuchsia's are doing well.

Linda Swanekamp said...

The 6 seams are on a gorgeous quilt! Hope it was fun for you.

Quiltdivajulie said...

Happy you are up to sewing again -- one seam (or six) at a time.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

you must be feeling better if you are sewing - hope all is going well and you continue to have a nice visit with your daughter while she is there to help you out.

Hedy Hahn said...

Good to see you are sewing again.

Sylvia Anderson said...

Sounds like you're getting back into the swing of things and hope the shop opening today, is very successful. Hugs

Needled Mom said...

I'm so glad to read that you are getting back into the stitching again.

rondiquilts said...

Happy to see you stitching again. I've loved what you and your daughter have been collaborating on. The video/tutorial was very good. I just retired after 21 years in a stressful field. I had to keep up with on line tutorials to stay certified with state. It was a struggle to stay engaged and watch them much less learn anything or recall once back at your job. The state could take a lesson from you two. It was a delight to watch and listen to. Beautiful pieces once again that I am sure will fly out the window. Best to you both.

Rondi
rondiquilts@yahoo.com

JJM said...

I agree with Rondi, your video made me smile and your Pop Up Shop made me smile more, it was fabulous ! And by the time I opened up your shop, I was happy to see so many 'sold out' quilts and kits.

Nice to see you're sewing on your X and + top.

JJM