This quilt came into my studio and was made by two gals that had full run of a ladies sewing room once a week for six-seven months. They had made/completed several projects of their own and made this little surprise for her. It was said that she always signs her cards with X’s and O’s, so the quilting design was only fitting for this little gem.
I have been away from my quilt studio recently along with anything remotely related to today’s communications. I only feel it is fair that along with my long arm quilting that I share with you some of the beauty of the great state of Alaska. While out in the wilderness, I enjoyed picking wild blueberries, sitting back to enjoying the scenery and harvesting my very first Caribou. My hobbies are of a unique blend such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, sewing, quilting, crafting, motorcycle riding and football. I am the third daughter and my father’s tomboy, so I grew up spending much of my time with my dad, uncles and the guys. My mother took every opportunity to make sure that I received enough girl time to understand and learn how to be feminine when necessary. So to sum it up…I enjoy a bit of both worlds. Here are some photos of my recent happenings: