Monthly Archives: July 2015

Finished product from camp


These girls finished pajama pants at sewing camp.  They did a really great job.

It was really fun doing both camps this summer.


Another finished UFO


I don’t remember when I pieced this quilt, but I quilted it last week.  I’m glad I got a few things done for myself this summer since I feel like I spent most of my summer sewing for the ballet.


I made this quilt as a fundraiser for my FCCLA chapter at Midwest City HS.

Front row



Justin was on the front row of the Boy Scout flag at the 4th of July parade.


Ice cream cake


Will’s birthday was July 3rd.  He wanted an ice cream cake.  We usually get our ice cream cakes from Baskin Robins, but they closed.  So I looked at Pinterest and figured out how to make one.


I thought it turned out pretty good.  All I had to do was borrow a spring form pan.  I used two different kinds of Will’s favorite ice cream, crushed oreo cookies, cool whip, and reeses pieces on top.

Camp, camp, camp


I had quilt camp this week for these girls since their older siblings were at bible camp.


They finished their quilts in 6 hours over two days.  I couldn’t believe how fast they were.  I think it helped that we have sewn before.


I’ve been doing a quilt camp for these girls.  It’s been a little harder coordinating schedules with these girls.

They made pillow cases.  Next we will make pajama pants.