Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Day 8 - And I'm not sure what to say ....

I'm sure that by now all of you have heard about the sad happenings in Libya and Egypt yesterday.  Pep said that I should say the the more really crazy people there are in the world - the more we need our quilting.  I know it definitely gets me through the hard spots.
And while I am not a Muslim, I do know from the reading I've done that Mohammed would no more want things like that done than Jesus would have wanted the Inquisition or Witch burnings.

This is "Little Cabin in the Big Woods", my latest Fellowship pattern that I'm showcasing.  Right now I feel like staying in my house and cooking and quilting.  So that's what I'll probably do today.  That and get things ready for filming the last 2 sessions of the Needleturn Applique Tutorial with Jenny at Mo. Star.  We're filming again tomorrow.  I can't believe it.

For my quilt kit specials today, I decided to offer a couple of my more patriotic kits.

And dedicate them both to all the valiant men and women - in the military and out of it - who give their lives in service of their country.  Our prayers go out to the families.

That said, let's go see what our 3 Moda designers have in store for us.


  1. With more access to world news, we are exposed to more of the horrors outside our homes. I think I need to watch a good comedy, too much news can really get us down.

    I do like your flags and eagles, need to catch up on my things before I start new ones.


  2. Well said...God bless you! Thank you for supporting our military. :) I'm a proud Air Force wife. I love your Little Cabin quilt and the Four Flags! I might just have to order the Four Flags and make it to decorate our home. Have a nice evening. :)

  3. You are a compassionate and thoughtful woman and I appreciate your comments. Wish we could all get along!

    Love your designs and they are motivating me to complete some WIPs so that I can make one of them.