Monday, May 2, 2011

New Posting Schedule for May for Me Celebration

First - Thanks for following me and reading my posts - I appreciate it!

Monday  - Getting up close with my quilting - photos and descriptions. Today it would be Project Quilting Interview.  Kim included wonderful photos!

Tuesday - Hodgepodge Patchwork Tuesday - This will include a variety of quilts and quilted projects from over the years and how to's, tutorials, and links to tutorials.

Wednesday - Wordless Wednesday -  Just photos of quilts and quilted items. This may be hard for me, as I like to label things - a teacher thing.

Thursday - Thoughts... What do I think about and why?

Friday - FAQ  - Frequently Asked Questions - About long arm quilting, about my days working at home and running my own quilting business... Mailing quilt tops and backs...Extra wide fabrics...Batting...Quotes...Quilted Bags..Tutorials..Fabrics... Where do I have quilts on display? Where did I go to school?  When did I make my first quilt?  Do I love to quilt? Would I rather just take photos and write posts? Do I cook?...  Just ask me!  AND sometimes I ask the questions???
Please email me questions at 

Enjoy May!  Thanks again, Marcia


Vroomans' Quilts said...

Very nice interview with much insight. I agree, try something an go for it - the more you think about it, the less likely you will do it.

Handmade Crafts Done While RVing Blog said...

Vrooman says the truth and that is so Jorge... I have to 80% push him into doing something and so when he offers to do/say/suggest I so give him more then my 100% because he has way more talent then I do... Interviews are a lot of fun to read and if your into improving yourself a great learning too as you just done for us!!

Sara G said...

Have a great week!! I'm not good with schedules but I've started adding in specific blogging days. The FAQ idea is really neat.

Heather said...

I like your schedule! I can't wait to see what you post about. I think the schedules really help me stay focused & organized. Have a great day!

Miss Hillbilly said...

Sounds like a good schedule to me!