Category: Chakra Quilts

  • 2021 Restart

    2021 Restart

    Happy New Year friends! I’m happy 2020 is over and we get a 2021 restart, beginning with new leadership. The recent news has been a great source of information about how government actually works. I’ve been enjoying the civics lesson! My biggest hope is that those perpetuating lies will be held fully accountable. FULLY… as […]

  • Spoons


    Have you heard of the spoon theory? If you know someone with a chronic illness, you probably have. It’s basically the idea that some people start each day with a certain amount of spoons. Each spoon signifies the amount of energy it takes to complete one task. Since there are only a limited amount of […]

  • Pretty Scraps

    Pretty Scraps

    I’ve been strip cutting fabric the last few days for my Third Eye Chakra Quilt. So many pretty scraps! I have decided on how I’m going to place the wedges, and the kind of background I want to make. It’s going to be a grid of one inch squares. I’m cutting into every purple fabric […]

  • Sewing Mojo

    Sewing Mojo

    I’ve been a bit distracted and my sewing mojo is just not what it should be. Currently I’m working on the Third Eye Chakra quilt. It is taking time because I just haven’t been ‘feeling it’. I’m working on this particular series as a way to help heal past traumas to help my physical wellbeing […]

  • Chakra Quilt Start

    Chakra Quilt Start

    I recently started on another Chakra Quilt. I’m calling it the Third Eye Quilt. I thought about naming it Ajna Quilt, but I think a better understanding will come with a more descriptive name. This quilt represents the sixth major Chakra in the energetic system of the body. It is the center of intuition, where […]

  • Post Election Relief

    Post Election Relief

    Yes… the relief is palpable. The realization that more than half of all white people voted FOR hate and against reality, really stings deep. I’m amazed at how much the right has accomplished in its disinformation campaign. FYI: for home-school teachers, and people who just are interested in American History, might I recommend an excellent […]