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October 6, 2020
A New Design, A Stroll & Mischief from Where Art & Life Meet

Let’s kick things off with a new design, shall we?! What? Didn’t she just unveil a new design a couple of weeks ago, you might ask. Yes. Yes, I did. I’ve been very busy! This last one is a companion piece to the Glasses Case. It’s a scissor case! Which, if you’re like me, you… Continue reading A New Design, A Stroll & Mischief

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September 1, 2020
The Importance of a To Do List from Where Art & Life Meet

Another video, thanks to my mother, which requires no introduction. Just watch. In other news, I slept in this morning. I know, probably not the groundbreaking information you were hoping for, but there you have it. I woke up as usual at 5:30am, looked at the clock, thought about all the things I need to… Continue reading The Importance of a To Do List

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August 31, 2020
Cross-Stitch Reveals from Road Home Quilting

 

I got carried away writing the colonial cross stitch sampler. So now I am charting the entire

Barn Block Alphabet.

I can't resist! It is so fun- I hope you like them too.

These are worked in 40 rows, suitable for a 4" frame, coaster or sachet door hanger. If you use a smaller Aida, you can set them in rows for a cross-stitch sampler quilt :)

And, I'm matching the DMC thread to the original Barn Block Alphabet colors, so your cross-stitch will match your Society6 Barn Blocks and Spoonflower fabrics.

RHQ cross-stitch charts are available as PDF ...

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August 29, 2020
Colonial Sampler Reveal from Road Home Quilting

I've been planning this all year.  

I started by studying colonial samplers in museum catalogs, and sewing books like this one:


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I learned that historic samplers combined lots of embroidery styles. Whereas today, we focus on one at a time.  I learned that hardanger is way cool, and a precursor to modern samplers. Sampler books of hardanger and lace were made as catalogs of a seamstress' talents for hire. It was the Colonial Era that turned samplers into lesson books for school ...

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July 7, 2020
Memories of my Father & Designing from Where Art & Life Meet

My father was born and raised in Paris. And though he was Swiss, his first language was French. When he moved to the United States, he brought with him his preference for all things Swiss, he claimed the products produced there were far superior, and his love of the French language. So he would have… Continue reading Memories of my Father & Designing

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April 18, 2020
Beyond Beer Mats from Road Home Quilting

Remember when we used to make collections on Etsy, what was that called?
Oh yeah, Treasury!
Trying to finish my consignment cat pattern has sent me to Etsy for birthday shopping; because I won't have time to make gifts for the 3 upcoming birthdays in my family, not to mention Mother's Day and Graduation, Teacher Appreciation Week......arg!

But as usual, I have discovered far more treasures than I can ever buy, so I'm taking a moment to share the top ten here with you.  And hopefully I will return soon to share an awesome cat quilt ...

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January 23, 2020
What You Think Matters from Adele Mogavero

Del~Lillian’s is one of those lessons in life that proves to me, what you think matters. It wasn’t quite the success that I had hoped for, but I don’t know how it could have been when a cloud of negative thinking was there from the ....

The post What You Think Matters appeared first on Musings From The Bungalow.

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November 21, 2019
The Quilted Bungalow – A Story of Faith from Adele Mogavero

Sometimes life takes a turn about, which puts you right back to where you started. It looks like you’ve just wandered around in one gigantic circle. And you’re left thinking you haven’t moved ahead. That’s one reason why, when the idea of reopening my Etsy ....

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October 23, 2019
Ultimate Ergonomic Hook from Road Home Quilting

Speaking of crochet....

Check out the ergonomic hook I found on Etsy!


You get to choose the size and brand of hook, plus the color of millefiori clay handle or stitch marker you wish. Completely custom, and it doesn't take very long.

I chose brown, not pictured in this sample:
These really work. No more carpel tunnel issues, with this big handle I can crochet all evening. 
Best of all,  I get a functional art piece to inspire my own creativity.

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February 4, 2018
Just for You.. a Discount and a Bonus ! from Oodles Sewing Blog

Dear Readers,
Because you’re so kind, here’s a Discount and a Bonus, Just for You !
A glitch in the blog was found and removed. Thank you for your patience.  The blog post is repaired and ready for reading :) See link below…

20% discount for You in my Etsy shop ! + BONUS 

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