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Columbia, Maryland
Jill of many skills from Eastern KY via TX and WI; owner of Seminole Sampler quilt shop (now closed).
Interests: quilt making (especially art quilts), making altered books, science fiction (lifelong reader; movies and tv), gaming (as in role playing, etc), human prehistory and other archaeology
Recent Activity
This past weekend has been pleasantly quiet. Friday afternoon the expected Snowstorm Jonas started falling. We have storms of this magnitude very rarely - the last one I remember well was when my daughter was about two years old (she's... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2016 at Fiber and Pulp
The past two months has been filled with family (like my sweet Baby O above, showing off his Christmas gift) ... winter weather like this (in Kansas): Can you see the ice coating on the trees (shining in the sun)?... Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2016 at Fiber and Pulp
I woke up this morning to a phone call (FaceTime) from my daughter, visiting with my grandson for he is, maybe singing a song? :) Cute, no matter how you look at it. I managed to go out to... Continue reading
Posted Nov 27, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
This is the pachysandra bed beneath my Japanese maple this morning - plenty of sunshine and, as you can see, mostly fallen leaves. The weather was lovely today, sunny and mild (mid50's). My friends Patty*, Barbara and I took a... Continue reading
Posted Nov 25, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
Well, at long last I have two finishes to report ... and am in a holding pattern for the holidays. :P The photo above is pretty awful, but you can at least see the details of my Michael Miller Glitz... Continue reading
Posted Nov 19, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
This is the beautiful red color that my Japanese maples turn in fall (they are red all year long, but darker). This particular tree is a 'child' of the big tree right in front of my house (we are standing... Continue reading
Posted Nov 14, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
I've been trying to keep a pretty low profile for the past week. My neck is continuing to bother me rather a lot, sadly. As you can see from the above notice, my modern guild is having our first exhibit... Continue reading
Posted Nov 10, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
I discovered that I can do a screen capture photo during a Face Time call with my iPhone - here is a pic I took on Monday eveing of Baby O. Was so much fun and a challenge, of course.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 28, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
Our trip to Tennessee was pleasant - the weather was gloriously perfect with mid60's temperatures and sunny skies. I managed to get out one day early in the week along a 'Quiet Walk' path in the Smokey Mountain National Park.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
I've been working busily at home over the past week. My local quilt shop (Springwater Designs) owner wants me to teach introductory/beginning Foundation Piecing so I'm making a sample for that ... and enjoying some original design time. I was... Continue reading
Posted Oct 14, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
the bats pattern is by Elizabeth Hartman: :) Linda
Toggle Commented Oct 15, 2015 on 27 Bats at Fiber and Pulp
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Thanks to both of you! I am pretty stoked about my little bats, too. :) Linda
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I got another embroidered (by machine) name slip so I made a new name tag for myself. Just finished it today so I'm counting it as my Slow Sunday Stitching project. :) Those are 1/2" hexies ... maybe you can... Continue reading
Posted Oct 4, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
I managed to actually put a demo from my last modern guild meeting to good use this weekend. I made myself two infinity scarves from lightweight cotton prints. One of them I am wearing above (I also got this pretty... Continue reading
Posted Sep 27, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
This is a partial (though skewed:) view of my in-progress piece for the Michael Miller Fabric Challenge for the next QuiltCon in Feb '16. The only place I have to easily hang the bits to look at and photograph is... Continue reading
Posted Sep 24, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
Life has been flowing slowly with a few hitches the past week. My father's 84th birthday would have been this past Wednesday. I spent the entire day thinking about him and how things might have been now if he had... Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
The past week is something of a blur for me. I've been busy doing lots of things that all run together in my head. (sigh) Let's see .... I had my annual GYN exam ... and found out that the... Continue reading
Posted Sep 16, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
Despite the rainfall we have had, the plants and trees here in eastern Maryland are exhibiting classic water shortage symptoms - early leaf drop and pigment loss among them. I spotted these leaves just outside my physical therapist's office two... Continue reading
Posted Sep 4, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
LOL! NO, I doubt that my week is any longer, Karen. :) I piddle along with several projects in progress and sometimes they all get done at once. :) Linda
Toggle Commented Sep 4, 2015 on Finishing at Fiber and Pulp
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I did not care for the new iPhotos, either, so I went back to using the old one. :) Linda
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I like to keep my birthday low-key. My husband always takes the day off to spend with me (we've been married 39 years:). A nice lunch out and then go somewhere outdoors - sitting on the dock at the local park, strolling the pathways around our lake ... like that. :) Linda
OH, be brave - the new machines are easy to learn ... and I LOVE my trackpad. I gave up on mouse use a long time ago as I find the trackpad easier on my hands. ;) You can do it! :) Linda
Toggle Commented Sep 2, 2015 on Waiting at caro-rose-creations
Apparently this is a good time to be finishing things. I completed rosette number eight for my Millefiore quilt (shown above). I tried to update my quilt layout pic but I can't remember how (blush!) ... will have to review... Continue reading
Posted Aug 31, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
Today was an interesting (but tiring) day. Members of the Baltimore Modern Quilt Guild (including myself) volunteered to sew for the House of Ruth (abused women and children's shelter in Baltimore City) - they have a B-More Bags project to... Continue reading
Posted Aug 29, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp
I have definitely been in a stash enhacing mood this week. After my fun trip to Blue House on Saturday, my friends Barbara, Patty and I went out on another Row by Row adventure on Tuesday. We drove out Interstate... Continue reading
Posted Aug 26, 2015 at Fiber and Pulp