Category Archives: Travel

Sourcing Materials for Wool and the Joyful Stitcher Projects

In my last few posts, I mentioned that I would get to answering some of the questions that you all had about the projects in my new book, The Joyful Stitcher.  Many of them centered around where to get materials, … Continue reading

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Florida

We’ve already been home two weeks and the time has just flown by.  It was probably not a good idea to schedule a vacation right before my book deadline, but I guess I wasn’t thinking clearly about that.  Since I have … Continue reading

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The Other Coat

I’m glad to hear that my last posts got a few laughs.  I ended up with only one person wanting to join my support group, though I think many of you understood what I was getting at.  I hope that … Continue reading

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The (Way After) Market Post

We’ve been home from market for over two weeks now and the time has just flown by.  We have unpacked the car, gotten all the orders shipped out, but I half to admit that I haven’t even unpacked all the bags … Continue reading

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Cooking with Joelia Child

So coming back from vacation is always a let down.  My last post explains this (the last photo says it all).  Joel and I have our ways of coping with this letdown.  In addition to leaving paradise, part of the … Continue reading

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Back to Reality

I’ve taken a little break from blogging the last two weeks.  I had several quilts to finish for some deadlines, then I was out of town for a week, and I’ve spent the last couple days playing catch-up.   My husband had a trade … Continue reading

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European Inspiration

On our recent trip to Europe, I was fascinated by all the patterns in the architecture.  They were absolutely everywhere. For example, here in the cathedral in Seville – from the floor, to the wooden doors, to the stone around … Continue reading

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