Hello and happy Tuesday! I hope your week is off to a terrific start and that you will be able to get some sewing accomplished this week! Monday’s are always such busy days for me, so it was nice to have a holiday to begin this week; hopefully I can get a lot accomplished in the next couple of days–lists are made and ready!
The photo above is one of my favorites–it has fabrics from Desert Bloom,
Creekside, and The Front Porch all stacked together, and this week, I’ll be doing some reorganizing and adding fabrics from our upcoming collection to this mix! I’m so excited to be able to share the new fabrics with you next month!
One of the highlights of my busy Monday yesterday was getting to visit with my friend Pat Sloan, quilter, designer, creative, and host of the American Patchwork & Quilting weekly podcast. I actually am a little nervous to listen to the recording because I’m hoping the craziness of my day didn’t come through in our conversation…but we had a great visit and talked about some fun things!
You can go to Pat’s blog to listen to yesterday’s podcast now…or wait until later this week when it will be available to listen from the American Patchwork & Quilting site (along with previous episodes).
Thanks so much for stopping by…and happy quilting!
Can't wait to see your new collection! I'm sure you are dying to show it to us so how about a little sneak peek? Please?
Angie&Gary Short says
All of the fabrics are so beautiful!!Have a great evening!!
Rosemary B❤️ says
Oh I am drooling over those colors!
I love your fabrics, Sherri
Cheryl B. says
Thanks for the eye candy!
Great interview Sherri. Enjoyed listening in and hearing more about you and your creative process. Love the rationale you shared about ufo’s, makes so much sense really… no more guilt about my ufo’s! P.S. Am a kindred spirit with always reading organizing books!
Lynn S says
I really enjoyed listening to your part of the podcast. Like Henna above, I found the information about the ufo's/wip so comforting. Some of my projects, are a bit intense and take years to complete. I rotate them and they get done eventually–but I have savored the time with them. They just hang on my list till completed! But your comments made me sign a relief!