Happy New Year everyone! I hope that you all had a great end of the year for 2015 and a fun start to the new year 2016! I certainly did! Before the 2015 year ended, Brad and I took a trip to the Grand Canyon! A first time for both us and it turned out to be a trip that we will never forget! … Continue reading My January AccuQuilt Project
Hi! I am so excited about my AccuQuilt project this month, I made Scrappy Christmas Placemats and Coasters. They came together so quickly using my AccuQuilt dies and I used up a lot of my scraps! Check out my project on AccuQuilt’s blog here: https://www.accuquilt.com/blog/education/go-tutorials/scrappy-christmas-placemats-coasters/ In my AccuQuilt post , I mentioned sharing pictures of my kitties here on my blog. As promised … Continue reading My October AccuQuilt Project
The holidays are coming and my list of gifts to make is growing. I am very excited to have my AccuQuilt Go! Fabric Cutter. It is the best tool on my cutting table! Really! With all of their great dies and applique shapes, the possibilities are endless! I am very excited to join the Guest Blogger team over at AccuQuilt’s Blog. My projects will go … Continue reading My September AccuQuilt Project
Hello world!! It seems like a lifetime since I’ve posted! I’ve got several BIG things to post about: #1 Working for Eleanor has kept me super busy and as if I didn’t have my hands full with that, I started a #QuiltyPenPal group! I’m not sure if you follow me on Instagram or not, BUT I enjoy participating in group swaps and independent swaps. So … Continue reading #QuiltyPenPal and updates
If you have an AccuQuilt, then you know how helpful the dies are when it comes to cutting your borders,squares and even half square triangles. AccuQuilt also has dies that make a whole project with one die! This Blog hop, organized by AccuQuilt, is dedicated to those B.O.B. (Block on Board) dies! During this blog hop, all of the patterns of the dies being featured … Continue reading AccuQuilt’s B.O.B. Blog Hop- My Double Wedding Ring Quilt
Have you caught the English Paper Piecing bug yet?! 🙂 I have!! (You can read my first post on my discovery of paper piecing here.) And I’m more than happy to start off Diane’s , from Crafty Pod, “12 Hexies (or less) Blog Hop”. Diane is such a talented designer, writer and crafter, please check out her page and show her some love! Ray’s Sew … Continue reading The 12 Hexies (or less) Blog Hop
Quilt in a Day has a new ruler: the Wonky Ruler! It is designed by Eleanor And Orion Burns. And just like all of Quilt in a Day’s ruler and patterns, it is super easy to use! You construct your log cabin center like you normally would, add your sides using STRIPS and then place your block under your ruler. Center the square marked on … Continue reading The Wonky Log Cabin!
Can you tell that I’m attempting to catch up on old posts?! Here are some Christmas pictures I MEANT to share around Christmas time but am just now getting to it. Lol I figured they’re cute enough, that sharing them after new year is still okay! 😛 I dressed up my babies as Mrs. Claws, Rudolph the reindeer and Santa’s elf for Christmas. The photo … Continue reading And so 2014 is here!
How is everyone’s holiday season going? I’ve gotten so busy decorating for the holidays, planning what I’m doing with my family for Christmas and trying to divide up my time with all of my siblings! My blog “Ray’s sew Crafty” is turning into “Ray’s sew Lazy”!!! BUT I am happy to announce that this Christmas season I learned and made 17 Christmas stockings! Oh and … Continue reading Happy holidays to all! My holiday season “update” 🎄
I had the pleasure of taking THE log cabin class from, the one and only, Eleanor Burns; She has an incredible Koala studio in her home, Bear’s Paw Ranch in Julian,CA. It was a fun-filled day for me, starting with the drive to Julian. I was born and raised in the heart of L.A. and seeing all those acres of crops and land and animals … Continue reading Log Cabin in Julian with Eleanor burns 🙂 *Picture Loaded!*