Before we get into what's new or old or in between, let meet our giveaway winner.
To quote Bob Barker, " Janet M., come on down!" Or you could just email me(firstname.lastname@example.org) your address, if that's easier.
Just in case we had multiple Janets or you just don't recognize your name, here's Janet's comment:
Churn Dash is one of may favorite traditional blocks. I can't wait to
see what else you come up with! Thanks for the chance to win some of
Now, back to me.
Actually, I have several items that are new and newsy.
It's beautiful though. Crafted from Amy Butler's Lotus Tunic and Cami pattern, I made mine in a beautiful, lacey fabric. It's fully lined and felt so delicate and special as I was making it that I decided it "deserved" a bit of hand finishing. I don't think I've ever thought that about a garment before, but this one seemed to call for it.
I wore it on Yom Kippur and for many of my co-religionists or Jews in the Pews as I like to refer to them in synagogue, you understand why.
So, what's new for you? Well, a couple things.
First, I have some new items in my shop.
Also, I added a new challah cover:
My other new item is a change in my blog. I've been in need of some structure here lately and have decided to organize my blogging week around three featured posts, Mini Quilt Mondays, Mid-Week Workshops, and Friday Shop Features.
I've done Mini Quilt Mondays before, so, for those of you who are long time readers, this won't be that new to you.
The Mid-Week Workshops will be simple tutorials or tips related to sewing, dyeing, quilting, or mountain climbing. Ok, maybe not mountain climbing.
And, Friday Shop Features will update you on what's new in my shop and maybe highlight some other online places you might like.
So, with that announcement and the pressure it puts on me, I'll sign off and get to work.
Have a great weekend!