While I was home, I found some vintage wool skirts in my mom's cedar chest that actually fit me. I'm excited to be able to add them to my wardrobe! We also messed around with a vintage Smith Corona typewriter, which was a hoot! Come to think of it, most of the things at my dad's house are vintage now. :)
This is my 700th (!!!) post. Thank you for visiting, reading and commenting on my little old blog. I am sooooooooooo thankful for each one...because without you, blogging would get very boring very quickly! :) So, thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!
I'm also so very thankful that I have the chance and ability to create. Sounds a little corny, doesn't it? But I am thankful for it because creating adds so much to my life. It's so fulfilling!
I started a new quilt today. The idea has been rattling around in my head for months and months. It's getting kind of full up there....I think I need to get faster at translating some of those ideas into fabric. :) I have a full story behind this quilt, but that's for another day.
Hope you are having a great weekend!
We're thankful that you are blogging!ReplyDelete
Yes! I am very thankful that you came back to blogging! You have no idea just how much you inspire other quilters!!ReplyDelete
Glad that you had a nice Thanksgiving! We had one of "those" times were the family members spoke their minds too much and too loudly:(
I'm sad that my favorite holiday is over too. Along with the leftovers. :(ReplyDelete
But I'm thankful that you are blogging. :)
Congratulations on 700 posts! WOW! That's quite a few words. Way to go...ReplyDelete
700 post....wow...I haven't even hit 100 yet! Congrats.ReplyDelete
Love those skirts.
Um...you have weights/barbells on your mind?:)
May I suggest a name for the new quilt? I-beam!ReplyDelete
Vintage????....I remember wearing skirts just like that...that I made.....because when I went to school......no slacks were allowed for girls! Yeah! I guess they are vintage I graduated in 1970.ReplyDelete
Times flies when you're having fun :0).
700??? Way to go! You give us all something to aspire to! Congratulations!ReplyDelete
Likin' the new quilt. They look like dumbells! :)
I enjoy the stories and quilts! You are an interesting gal!ReplyDelete
I just made a zig-zag quilt, well almost, with your pattern and it's coming together so fast! Thanks.
Congratulations on your 700th post. I am so thankful you are in blogland sharing all your wonderful creations and ideas. You are truly an inspiration for the creatively challenged who want to be quilters (Ok, me).ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving! It's my favorite holiday, too... I'm actually making a second Thanksgiving dinner right now for hubby and I- we didn't really get to celebrate on the actual day. I'm nursing a war wound, too. Don't try to peel your finger with a vegetable peeler. It hurts. :)ReplyDelete
I am glad to keep reading about the ideas you keep spinning out of your brain! Glad you had a nice holiday. Congrats on the big 7-0-0!ReplyDelete
I love the green skirt! very cute. Congrats on 700 - you are an inspiration!ReplyDelete
Wow congrats on 700 posts!! I just passed my 400th ;-) I've got a little giveaway going on, cause not only 400 posts, but 400 followers too ;-DReplyDelete
Congratulations on your 700th post. Love your blog!ReplyDelete
Wow! 700!!! Not corny to me, we are lucky to have the time, ability, resources, and supportive spouses to create!ReplyDelete
Congrats on your 700th post!! Your blog is great! I just passed my 7th post and I'm having a great time! Blogging friends are wonderful! I hope I get to 700 someday too! Did you start in 2006 as your blog archive says? I guess I could total up the number of posts on your archive :)ReplyDelete
700 posts what a dedicated blogger you are. And I love your blog. That quilt is so neat. Great idea.ReplyDelete
That's a lot of posts! We're so thankful for you as well! Now you need some knee high boots to wear with your skirts to keep your legs warm in those cold Wisconsin winters!ReplyDelete
I've been knitting and sewing up a storm, but not much quilting going on--maybe this week!
I have loved your blog for a long time. I missed you when you were away. You amaze me how much you get done.ReplyDelete
What a thrill to find those fabulous wool skirts, especially since they were your mom's! So nice to hear you had a great Thanksgiving with family. Congrats on your 700th blog post! Wow, that is A LOT! So happy you started blogging so we could become friends! I always love hearing the stories behind your quilt ideas, so I look forward to hearing more about this new one.ReplyDelete
I know, I know -- it's a workout quilt and those are the handweights LOL! I can't wait to see what it becomes!ReplyDelete
Vintage is such a comforting word and hobby to collect vintage things:)ReplyDelete
700 posts? E-gads! I think I'd finally run out of stuff to say.......'course, I don't have your talent either. :DReplyDelete
Always seems wild when the things you had around your own house are considered vintage. Congrats on the 700 and Happy ThanksgivingReplyDelete
Congratulations on 700 posts! Whew! Glad everyone played nice on Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
Congrats on your 700th that is amazing:)ReplyDelete
chance and ability to create - doesn't sound corny at all.ReplyDelete
not everyone has that ability OR that chance/opportunity.
a supportive husband & family helps a lot don't they??
AND...... thank YOU for blogging, and for freely sharing so much of your knowledge, creativity, and talent!!!ReplyDelete
dumbbells! That's what I see!ReplyDelete
Thanks for blogging. Because of you is why I started quilting. I read your blog from start to finish over several months and then then finally jumped in and started quilting!
Congratulations -- 700 posts-- I love posting and reading other blogs but I have been stuck on 48 followers for what seems like forever-- !ReplyDelete
Congrats on your 700th post!! I enjoy your blog, especially the fantastic quilts and tutorials you share. You are an inspiration! I'm still a beginner quilter and you give me confindence to keep going!ReplyDelete
700 wow, that's a lot of words! Congrats!ReplyDelete
Love those skirts and that you are going to wear them....what a find!
Hmmmm....is your work-out life and quilting life coming together seamlessly?ReplyDelete
p.s. Love the skirts. Wore a "new to me" wool skirt today and smiled. Glad you have some lovelies to wear too. :)
Cute skirts! I especially like the green one. Vintage is so cool now. :)ReplyDelete
I hope to keep reading your blog for 700 more posts! Congrats!
How is your gingham coming?
I can't wait until you tell us the story! But I understand what you mean about so much in your head!!! I just doodle in quilts!! LOL I need to keep a pad of paper and pen by my bed so that when I wake up in the morning so that I can write down the quilt idea on it!! LOLReplyDelete
Wow! 700 posts. Great job! I was so happy you came back since I love your blog. It's so comforting and inspiring all at the same time. Keep up the good work!ReplyDelete
Not at all corny ~ I am thankful for the ability to create also! In fact, I am most happy when I am creating! :)ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your 700th post! That is a lot of posting ~ we are so happy for all that you have to say and share too:)ReplyDelete
I cant wait to see what your new idea is going to be about. It looks like hand weights for the gym.
Congrats on your 700th post! You are much more prolific than I am! I really enjoy your blog and am thankful that you share your ideas and projects with all of us. Keep on bloggin' and we'll keep on readin'!!ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your 700th post! It's always a pleasure reading about your quilty adventures :) Cheers to many many more lovely posts!ReplyDelete
Yes, there was good company on Thanksgiving. Glad you all could make it. I am thankful for you.ReplyDelete
We are as grateful for you as you are for us!! Your blogging and projects are so inspirational... its fun seeing each creation.. xxReplyDelete
I am so thankful that you are here. Your blog is one ofReplyDelete
my favorites. I look forward to seeing your idea percolate. I love your design and color sense. Keep up the good work - you are inspiring many quilters.
I love the green fabric in your newly started quilt :)ReplyDelete
And I think it must be nice to get all the family business aired before christmas.. we dont have thanksgiving so all the family-speaking-too-freely-mess is a bit in the way during the holiday... :) unless we skip it as your family did ( so nice!)
I love this. It looks just like the doodad I used to doodle all over my high school notebooks back in the stone ages.. Hmm.. maybe I should pull out some old papers and turn some other doodles into quilt blocks :-)ReplyDelete