I have stumbled across some things that might be interesting to some of you and, being that I have no pictures to show, I thought I'd mumble today.
1. Registrations are open for a 4 week online course on beading flowers, leaves and berries that sounds like it would be of interest both crazy quilters and beaders. The class is taught by Nancy Eha, who is a leader in the world of beading. Her work is amazing! Go HERE for further information.
2. Kathy Shaw of Shawkl is taking registrations for a second run of her 'Crazy Quilt Embellishment Classes for Beginners' and also for an intermediate course. From all reports the people that were participants in her first beginner class were thrilled with what they learned, so if you're considering learning more about crazy quilting, go HERE to read more about it.
3. For those of us who use rotary cutters and those lovely green Olfa mats, there is an article HERE about how to moisturize your mat to keep it functional for a longer period of time. If you scroll down, there is a further article on how to fix a fuzzy and/or warped mat. (Found via Studio Kat Design newsletter).
4. Pam Kellogg is busily compiling a number of wonderful lists of links to crazy quilt artists and people/shops that carry needlework supplies of all kinds. Go to her blog HERE and click on 'Crazy Quilting Resources'. Better pour a cuppa before you do though!!
Today the quote if from Mark Twain - "Let us so live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry"