I started crafting at an early age. I was in Home Ec class in the 6th grade while stationed in Germany. My first craft was to cross stitch a teddy bear in an Army uniform. My dad was in the Army.
How long have you been doing your craft?
Well I no long do cross-stitch. Now I’m crazy about rag quilting or bags. First I started the traditional quilting in 2003 (a couple of months before I got married).
What different crafts do you do?
Mostly quilting now, but I’ve done cross-stitching, knitting, and Swedish weaving. I know that there is more but can’t think of them at this time.
Who inspired you to get into it?
Surprise, no one.
To be a stay at home mommy.
What is the best project you created and why?
My best project I would have to say is my little boy’s quilt. Why? Because I never finish ANY quilts for the family and I did for my first child. But the quilt is now a memory quilt of him because he was a stillbirth at 37 weeks old and now is with the Lord.
Taking care the hubby, girls (almost 23 month old and almost 6 month old), and house.
Anything else you want to share?
That RQQ (Rag Queen Quilters) is a fun and loving group of ladies. Glad to be a member.