We interrupt this quilting blog to share current happenings on a personal level concerning our continued post-Harvey dealings. I once had a lady tell me to my face, in the presence of multiple peers, that "no one cares about you" in reference to personal stories on a blog, stating instead that my blog should be… Continue reading On A Personal Note: The Conex
I know you have enjoyed this week's blog hop hosted by Tammy Silvers of Tamarinis. Today The Quilt Rambler has a guest blogger, Lydia Zeigler. Studio 180 Design Square 2 Hi! My name is Lydia and I love precision piecing! Living in Northern Illinois, I have been a Studio 180 Design Certified Instructor for… Continue reading Tuckerize Your Quilting Blog Hop: Guest Blogger
The Secret is Out ~ or at least the first of many to be revealed soon. The Quilt Rambler now has a newsletter! I know you are asking ~ what's the difference between subscribing to the newsletter and subscribing to the blog. Glad you asked! While the blog is my "rest of the story" rambles… Continue reading Extra Extra! Read All About It!
When searching for a photo to post on social media today to celebrate our country's "birthday" I ran across a couple of military quilts I made years ago...for me, honoring our military with a quilt is as American as apple pie. I love that so many quilters are actually honoring our veterans with a… Continue reading Happy 4th Of July – Military Quilts
What a fun day in The Quilt Rambler studio at today's one day Land Locked Quilting Cruise featuring my Paradise Island pattern. I have so much fun sharing this pattern, which is truly simple enough for a beginner yet challenging enough to intrigue the most seasoned of quilters. All the units and blocks are made… Continue reading Land Locked Quilting Cruise – Paradise Island
The title of this post could be multiple choice (a) chasing rainbows (b) rough roads and rainbows or (c) follow your dreams. Actually it is a tad of each. Warning Will Robinson, transparancy ahead, proceed with caution! First Things First - Chasing Rainbows It all sorta started Sunday morning heading to rehearsal prior to the… Continue reading Chasing Rainbows
It seems like yesterday that we returned from our quilting cruise, but in fact it was yesterday (or the day before) that I returned from my Certified Instructor training with Deb Tucker. Sew many adventures, sew many tales to tell! But let’s play catch up and return to Island Time! I’m sure you saw a… Continue reading The Quilt Rambler At Sea
At the speed of lightening...or so it seems as we have had more than our fair share of lightening lately! Forgive me dear readers, it's been 15 days since my last ramble...and I promise I've not been muzzled (although some may wish that could happen every now and then)...life has been a whirlwind (and thankfully… Continue reading How Fast Can The Quilt Rambler Ramble?
This rambler is unashamedly sharing photos of our sweet Reagan and personal thoughts as we prepare for Easter 2019... Fabric Covered Clotheline Basket Several weeks ago I began a project with the goal of making an Easter basket for our first grandchild...I started in plenty of time with the intention of documenting the process and… Continue reading First Easter
Oh my goodness! My heart is still overflowing with the love shown yesterday by my guests in attendance of my Open Studio! What a blessing! And what fun to give away door prizes and Grand Prizes for discounts off upcoming workshops! I am very excited to share my newly arranged quilting space! In case you… Continue reading Open Studio and Workshop Schedule