Lots!!

Sorry I have been so absent lately, I just have so much going on!


1. Making sure the Sewing Summit teachers are all lined up. We just announced 2 more teachers yesterday and they are pretty awesome, if I do say so myself! Vanessa from LBG Studio is going to teach a session on photography and Katy is coming all the way from England to teach a class on English Paper Piecing. I must admit, I'm starting to get bummed out that I won't be able to take any classes. :(


2. Tangerine Tango ends in 16 days! There is so much activity going on over in the Flickr group. I adore ALL of the entries so far! Here's a small sampling of what's going on over there.
Tangerine Tango Mosaic 


3. Patterns! I've been crazy inspired lately and have 3 new quilt patterns in the works. The first should be ready next week. I'm still making the samples for the other 2 and making sure I have the most efficient piecing, so those will probably come in March.


4. Blog design. I'd love to have someone professional redo my blog, but realistically I don't have the money for it right now (more on that below). So I'm slowly doing a slow revamp. You can see my new header & links up already and I'm working on my sidebar.


5. I'm back in school! Kind of... In order to get my Ga teaching license I need to take 3 credits on teaching special education. So I started a class yesterday through the University of Phoenix. It's a 6 week class, so I should be able to get my license before the next school year starts. It's the cheapest class I found, but I forgot how expensive college classes are!


Did you make it this far?! 

7 comments:

  1. Congrats on getting back into school! I need to get my buns in gear and work on my Tango quilt...

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  2. Looking forward to seeing all you've been creating, and good luck with the teaching licence, I'm sure you'll pass with flying colours

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  3. I really like that everyone's Tangerine Tango challenge pieces are so incredibly different :)

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  4. Congrats on going for your credits! As for Tangerine Tango, it's growing on me.

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  5. Can't wait to see your new patterns!!!

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  6. Good luck with the study. I need to pull my finger out and get sewing with Tangerine...

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  7. WOW! You seem crazy busy! Sewing Summit sounds like it is going to be awesome. I am sure you can sneak into some classes!

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