Thank God it’s Friday! Things are a bit quiet at work so I’m seizing that opportunity to quickly share an update on the decision I made following my last Work in Progress Post Decisions, Decisions… Thanks to everyone that shared their thoughts and suggestions on that post, your lovely suggestions were ringing in my ears as I made … More Decisions, Decisions…here’s my Decision.
This is a detailed Tutorial on how to make 32 Half Square Triangles at once … More How to make 32 Half Square Triangles (HSTs) at Once
I remembered when I was first introduced to English Paper Piecing in beginner’s class, I thought it was cool and easy. On one hand I thought I am not sure I’ll be doing a lot of this (not a fan of hand stitching – I think it takes forever) and on the other hand I thought … More English Paper Piecing (EPP) : Making your template
Welcome back everyone! Now that the blog hop is done and holiday is over, it’s time to move on to a new project 😀 I pieced the center of this work in progress last year but it ended in the unfinished object pile because I couldn’t decide what to do with it then. I picked it … More Decisions, Decisions… A new work in progress
Wow!!! I am truly beyond excited, you all are far too kind for visiting and leaving such amazing comments. Like I said, it was my first day back at work and I was looking forward to a very stressful day but none of that mattered because every time I have a minute to check my … More Beyond Excited!
Do one thing everyday that scares you…Eleanor Roosevelt Welcome everyone, Long post alert but it’s my first tutorial y’all! My name is Sola in case you are visiting for the first time via the blog hop, I do hope you enjoy looking around and find a reason to stick around! In other news, sadly (yes … More Welcome to Cloud 9 New Blog Hop
In Part 1 of this post, I shared about my trip to the Millennium Park with my photographer colleague who did a generous work of photographing my recently finished quilts and how we took too many photos to share in one post so here are the rest of them. I love making mini quilts (about 18″) they’ve … More A trip to the Park – Part 2