As a thank you and to celebrate The grand opening of I want to send a free copy of the Merry-Go-'round quilt pattern to the three lovelies who commented on my post yesterday. lyncc, snoodles, and miki Willa, if you email me your address, I will mail you the pattern! Remember to smell the flowers (and fabrics)today. Sharon
Okay, I am so excited I could bust!It has long been my dream to write and create actual patterns for the quilts I create.I happen to be friendly with the owner of two local quilt shops (Quilt Beginnings, Columbus, Ohio). Last spring, she liked a quilt I made so much she asked me to teach it as a class at the shop! I quickly wrote it up as a pattern and she carries them at the store. Here is the original quilt:In order to write the pattern, I made a second version with more muted, kind of autumn colors,...
First and foremost...thank you all for the wonderful welcome! I cannot believe how many visitors have stopped in to say hello. I apologize for not personally responding to each comment, but be assured they all make me smile!To go along with my clever title, I had planned on posting some pictures of my flower jungle garden. But mother nature has decided to turn on the sprinkler over said garden, so I am just including the rainbow part. I drove home from work so fast, picked up my boys, trying to get home before the big storm. It started pouring just...
So, I have been unofficially following lots of quilting blogs for quite awhile. I decided it was time to share my own inspiration and hopefully join some conversations!
I'm Sharon, and I live in the Columbus, Ohio, area. I don't know if living in Ohio technically makes me a yankee or not, but that is my quilting name, Yankee Quilter.
I have one full time job...see below...two very blonde little boys, who are busy and tons of fun to have.
I am also married, but the hubby is pretty much self-sufficient except when it comes to throwing away empty envelopes after opening...