Tuesday, May 3, 2011


 Good afternoon,
   Well, before I go on with today's post I would like to make sure that no one is offended by yesterdays post. I was only making an observation from my perspective. It has been pointed out to me that making bags is a garment type of sewing that, maybe, some quilters are not comfortable with. It is true that I did learn to sew clothing long before I learned to quilt and therefore the process of making bags may be something that comes easier to me. I never looked at it that way, but it has also been pointed out to me in the past that I have a God given talent that others do not have. What might come easier to me will not come so easy to others. So please know I was just making an observation from my own perspective and not being critical of these ladies. For the one who commented thank you for your input.
  I am looking forward to the next thing I shall do to offer you something you can make to enjoy or offer to your friends and family as gift. Thank you to those who offered your feedback on my tutorial. I enjoyed doing it, and am looking for the next one. I have not forgotten the quilt as you go classes I promise, it just has not been within my time constraints to get back to it. It will be worth the wait that is why I have not just thrown it together and laid it out there. I want it to be the best it can be for you. So until I am back I hope you will have the quiltiest of days.


Linda said...

We're looking forward to seeing what you have to offer as gift idea.
By the way, I hope my comment did not leave the impression that I was offended in any way! You seem to be a very kind and talented person. I knew you weren't trying to criticize.

BJ in TX said...

I certainly agree with you! If you're selling Fords, but you go buy a Toyota, what is that telling the public? (No offense to either - love 'em both!) You do not need to apologize. Just keep on doing that quilting thang which we all love!