If you are anything like me, you love to take sewing or knitting projects on vacation. For me, it began with my first love – embroidery. Easy to pack and small enough to stash in a backpack or beach bag, embroidery helped me to be more patient and slow down. Later I added hand quilting… Continue reading These Projects Were Made For Traveling
In researching what I wanted to write about this week I stumbled upon something I didn’t know. Did you know that New Haven, Connecticut, resident Alvin J. Fellows patented a “spring-clip tape measure” in 1868? Who knew? Like me, you may have a cute version of this invention in your craft room or even a… Continue reading Happy National Tape Measure Day
Learning is so much easier when we are young. You are surrounded by intelligent and trained adults who hand you a playbook in the form of lessons and textbooks that guide you to greater understanding. When we leave school we loose those mentors but there are still so many things to learn. How do we… Continue reading What’s in your playbook?