My name is Konda Luckau. I have been long arm quilting for many years, and now I am writing pattern books. This started when I fell in love with charm packs a few years ago. I am sure many of you can relate. Most of my patterns are written for charm squares (except you can make your own charm squares out of layer cakes, fat quarters, yardage, or scraps). Check out my books at my website:
Read a book the last couple days. Haven't been doing too much of that lately. Just picked it up at the library. I liked the title -- Against All Odds. (I think I may sadly be taking a temporary hiatus from the library since the two year old just used two library books as coloring books.)
Anyway, one line from the book has been sticking with me. "Ideas are funny things. They don't work unless you do."
In other news that I know you can't live without. . . . while I was sewing, something -- mouse, maybe -- got into the dryer hot air thing-a-majigger. I got an instant case of the hebbie jebbies. My husband was at work so my two oldest kids and I tried to help it out by strategically moving the hot air thing-a-majigger. Somehow it isn't there now. Don't know quite how it escaped.
Thankfully it is gone.
I don't know if I am ready to sew again yet. There may have been a couple screams during the escapade though I won't say who they came from. I'm sure I will be able to sew again tomorrow.