Well, I have been very derelict in writing to you this year. 2020 has definitely been a challenge in so many ways. It has affected each of us on a daily basis and each day’s challenge has presented differently for each of us. The connection of quilting has carried many of us through the ups…… Continue reading End of 2020 and a sale to send the year on its way!
I am so excited to share with you the opening of my new online shop: www.suescottage.com It has taken me quite awile to figure out what I wanted to do and how I wanted to do it. With the help of JRyde, I now have my website: CrystalVisionQuilting.com updated, as well as starting my new…… Continue reading Announcing the Opening of…..
It is always great to have a fresh start! A new year is a perfect time is look at what needs to be better in the months to come. It is a perfect time to think about changes personally and professionally. I have gradually started going through my attic and am clearing out space. Items…… Continue reading New Year – New Goals
I love waking early enough to see the light of the day starting with such beauty. Gratitude for the ability to see and recognize this beauty. It has been leaf season in my world. I have really enjoyed being outside working, breathing fresh air and playing catch with my sweet girl, Aspen, while filling bag…… Continue reading Gratitude For Blessings
Life always seems to flit here and there. Sometimes it moves at a regular pace so I am able to get things completed in a reasonable amount of time. I am thankful for those times. I feel that I can breathe and enjoy special moments. Then there are those times when I blink and…… Continue reading A New Year
It is hard to believe that 2015 has come and gone in the blink of an eye. I thought there would at least be 12 months…..oh, wait…..there were and they flew by so fast that I can only hope 2016 will move a little slower. This is the time of year that we all consider…… Continue reading January 2016
Edit This quilt was a very nice piece that I quilted along with the following small table runners. Here is the back side to show you how I quilted it: The following were very fun, small pieces. Sometimes it is great to have a series of small pieces to get the creative juices flowing.…… Continue reading A Few Pictures To Inspire . . .
Seems that my posts disappeared for awhile as I moved into the summer, fall, and winter. I thought I was doing well with posting, until I wasn’t. I have so many pieces to share with you since last time. My goal during this next month is to get caught up and stay posting since I…… Continue reading Back In The Saddle Again
Scheduling gardening, yard work, and quilting certainly becomes a juggling act at times. My yard is calling to me that it is becoming a hay field while I am quilting in the studio. Thank goodness I am as organized as I am. Nothing would get done if I let my attention drift. I have completed…… Continue reading Spring Projects
I am so excited to be asked to write a guest blog for APQS. It took me a little while to really think about what I wanted to share with you today. I know that I am going to talk about how I decide what I will quilt on a client’s quilt, but it is…… Continue reading How To Decide What To Quilt On a Quilt Top