I *am* still sewing (a bit)

Readers who have followed me over from my old sewing blog are probably wondering where all the sewing has gone!

So, just to prove that I haven’t abandoned the needle altogether, here’s some evidence:

pink 9 patches

These are regular nine patches waiting to be sliced up and spun around and turned into disappearing nine patch blocks like these:

Disappearing Pink Patch - First Four Blocks

I know, it’s not a lot, but still!!

I think I only have so much creative energy, and just lately that energy has been directed towards food – like making homemade beefstock:

beef stock in crockpot

Yummy.

And learning about nutrition with the boys, who have done a couple more months on their produce calendars. Waif’s:

Waif - AprilWaif - May

Gman’s:

Gman - AprilGman - May

I am sure my sewing flame will be re-ignited soon and I will have some exciting projects to share 🙂

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8 thoughts on “I *am* still sewing (a bit)

  1. Janet says:

    Creativity comes in all different ways. Cooking is one of them and making your own homemade broth is great. Much better than the stuff in the stores that’s loaded with chemicals and who knows what.

  2. Andria says:

    For someone who doesn’t quilt (me!), it looks like a lot of work accomplished! Someday I would love to learn to sew like you do. And it looks like your cooking is something for me to aspire to as well! 🙂

  3. Allie says:

    Very pretty fabrics, this will look wonderful! I don’t know how you find ANY time to sew. I didn’t get much done while actively involved in the boys’ learning. A wee bit of time when they went to bed, that was it! And it was also long before blogging!

  4. Clare says:

    Those 9 patches are gorgeous. Loving those fabrics.

    Can you send some of that beef stock this way please.

    xxx

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