(yes, the title is a reference to a great song, maybe I should make it a trend in post titles, forcing you to endure my taste in music because you know you’ll probably click that link. Do it! You won’t be sorry. I think the lyrics are the best part of this song. “Sulky girl,… Continue reading Sulky Girl
I keep losing posts, so if 22 of these fall out of the ether in various forms tonight or tomorrow, just go with it and pretend I’m not as crazy as I look, ok? I had so many plans the last few weeks that have been complicated, interfered with, postponed, or just plain fouled up!… Continue reading The best laid plans of mice and men..
Happy Monday, quilteroos! I hope your week is off to a good start. Mine will get better after I’ve had a chance to work on some sewing and relax. Why is it that I can work hard on a sewing project, but sitting at a desk all day wears me down? You know, if I… Continue reading
I’ve been making a lot of fiddly small blocks lately for a couple of different Sewalongs, and I’m thinking it might be about time to get a straight stitch plate for the Juki. I use a boatload of starch and always use leaders to keep from getting little pieces sucked in, but a straight stitch… Continue reading Community
Hiya, quiltish ones of all kinds! Welcome to my very first blopghop! You’ve doubtlessly found yourself here through QuiltingJetGirl’s blog because this is the second week of the 2017 New Quiltbloggers Bloghop, and I’m one of the many new Quiltbloggers in question. What you see above is why I named my blog Chaos Theory. I… Continue reading Chaos theory for beginners
Yes, I borrowed my title from one of my favorite classes, although I took it at a local center. It’s not always easy to allow our natural confidence and trust in ourselves to shine. We can relate to one another in harmony if we have the curiosity to learn and the confidence that we’re… Continue reading Contentment in everyday life
In which we explore my sewing and my neuroses