Monday, July 16, 2012

CeLynn of made my day by awarding me with the Liebster Blog award!  

If you have never been over for a visit you are missing out on some great ideas/inspiration!  For example just the other day she posted about this awesome boxy bag sewn in Sugar and Spice! CeLynn does not just do one thing, she is a crafter of many different interests.  For example, check out what she did with this bread recipe!  She also has a great etsy shop !  So click  on over there and  check out her blog - you won't be disappointed :)

Liebster means "dearest" in German and this award is a great way of encouraging new bloggers with less than 200 followers. And what a fun way to do just that! I know I'm feeling pretty encouraged right now. ☺

According to the rules, once you receive this award you must follow 3 simple rules:

1. Link back to the giver
2. Post the award on your blog
3. Pass the award on to 5 other bloggers with less than 200 followers.

These are the 5 blogs that I am nominating: 

1.  Darla @ Doodling in My Mind - she creates her own fabric on spoonflower!

2.  Block Head from Austrailia who is a student of Harriet & Carrie Hargrave!

3. Terri Stegmiller who blogs, paints her own fabric, creates patterns and has an etsy shop!

4. Tamera Quilts who has started her own quilting business and is also from my neck of the woods :-)


5. A fantastic longarm quilter whose blog is called  The Sewing Cave.  She just finished a patriotic quilt and one of the cutest Halloween quilts I've ever seen!

Happy Quilting, Creating and Blogging!


For our 22nd anniversary last week, my husband bought us....

Here's my new kitchen:

Now, where to store the sewing machine?!?  :-)


  1. Thank you, Mary Ann! I am honored! You have been an inspiration!

  2. Thank you, Darla! The inspiration goes both ways!

  3. Very nice and happy anniversary! Where are you going to go first? Next weekend we'll be heading to the midwest and then up into Canada. PS - I think youll have to store the machine in the bedroom.

  4. We're sticking to our home state for the rest of this summer, then next year to the Great Lakes and South Dakota! The bedroom sounds like a very good idea for storing my sewing machine :-) Thanks for the great tip!


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