Phew… a lot going on

HI all,

To say that the last month has been crazy is a complete understatement.  I’m sure just like me you have days that are good and days that are bad.  I feel like I am on a crazy rollercoaster of emotions and I can’t get off the ride.

Many of you are like me… have your own business and are hoping that you can survive not only the virus but that your business will survive this as well.  Trying to explain to your children what is going on adds to the stress we are all feeling.

I have been trying to keep things as normal as possible but without traveling to shows and guilds… this is proving hard to do.  I have been doing some FB live videos on my new fusible kit pattern…Comes Around, Goes Around.  So make sure you follow Quilter’s Groove rulers page on Facebook.  These FB live videos give me something to look forward to as well as connect with all of my fellow quilters which is something I miss greatly.  You can see the past two videos on the page as well… I walk through how I go about designing the quilting for this cute little quilt.

quilt along

The kit is for sale on my site… with the background and binding or without.  I am also working on a short class for this kit.   This is my first fusible kit and I am so excited!  I hope you like it as well.

Looking for something to do to help…. there is a big debate whether to make or not make facemasks… I have been making them and will send some to my niece in California…. her and her roommates are traveling nurses.   I will continue to make them, in between trying to work, for other people… police officers, postal employees, the workers that are in our grocery stores… and of course any of my friends that want them.

Be safe, my friends…. do your part… stay in!  This will end.

Love you all

Lisa

 

 

3 thoughts on “Phew… a lot going on

  1. You look cute in your mask! I’ve made some for my own immediate family, but I hated every minute of it and couldn’t wait to get back to my quilting again! Mask-making is an entirely different mindset, and instead of allowing you to escape from the pandemic anxiety like quilting does, mask-making forces you to think about all of those microscopic virus particles the whole time you’re making them!

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