Christmas at the Colonnade – Experiencing our first craft show!

Sewing is my stress relief. When I first got sick with Myasthenia Gravis symptoms, we didn’t think I’d be able to crochet or sew again. My old Singer machine that I’d bought myself as a college graduation present oh so many years ago did not automatically thread, or cut. It took quite a bit of effort. But my husband bought me a beautiful machine – a computerized Brother with embroidery capability. Oh the stitches! Oh, the automatic threading! And, because MG is a muscle weakness disease, he set up a permanent sewing area – no more setting up and breaking it down.

I saw a post about a craft show on Facebook under Chattanooga Arts & Crafts. Asked David about possibility of signing up and he said sure, if I wanted to.

Spring Cleaning In Late Summer

Spring Cleaning seems to have kicked into high gear all around Crazy Dave’s Crew. We are cleaning, not only the house, but almost every activity we are involved in is getting an update.

Making a Four Patch — 3 Methods

Many quilt blocks incorporate a four patch. I know and use three different methods.

To make a 4 inch finished four patch, you need a 4.5 inch unfinished four patch. This allows for a 1/4 inch seam allowance on all sides.

Being a Mom (with MG –Myasthenia Gravis)

MG – I think it is safe to say that I truly deeply and quite sincerely dislike MG a neurological disorder where my autoimmune system over-reacts