All Squared Up

All Squared Up All Squared Up began as a way to generate interest in my quilt making, but has morphed into a general blog about life in Sacramento, vegan cooking, our silly mutt Molly, our fabulous neighbors, gardening in this great weather and day-to-day Sac life.

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Feeling quite crafty after the faire

Feeling quite crafty after the faire

The Leif Quilt gathered no moss.Well, well, well. That about sums up my feelings after my craft faire in Curtis Park, a totally cool neighborhood in Sacramento. The people were great, the weather cooperated, the venue was nice, the other vendors were n...

It’s seventy degrees, break out the hats!

It’s seventy degrees, break out the hats!

After yesterday's deluge (a new rainfall record at Sacramento airport) today felt like Hawaii. Wrapped up in boots and my raincoat, the temperature in my car said 68 hot humid degrees outside. Just perfect for tomorrow's craft fair to sell wooly scarve...

Sunday Mourn

It was stacking up to be a perfect Sunday morning. With my monthly volunteer obligations nicely tucked away a couple of days early, I had the weekend free to tie up loose ends. And I mean that literally - I needed to snip loose ends from my craft fair quilts, wash the second-to-last one,...

Target practice with needle and thread

Target practice with needle and thread

Puffy Quilt - Kim Kardashian style.'Cause...you know...My quilt making is at an impasse right now. Since discovering the new option of making a puffy rag quilt, I'm in quilt confusion and not sure in which direction to go. The traditional way of m...

It’s not fair. It’s faire.

It’s not fair. It’s faire.

Craft fair, craft faire, whichever way you spell it, I've been wanting to do one. A real one, that is. Along with my neighbors who knit and crochet, I've done  two craft fairs. The first was on a rainy day at a retirement home. It was a dud. The o...

Fall into the next season

Fall into the next season

We have four seasons here in Northern California: Green, Brown, Browner and Wet/Fog. We are now in Browner, but the forecast for tomorrow is Wet! Time to put away the summer clothes and get out the three-quarter inch sleeved lightweight jackets! Yes, t...

Who wants to make a Minion?

Who wants to make a Minion?

We've got eyes on the top of our bed.Heard from one room in our house to another -"I lost an EYE! Oh, never mind, I found it."It's hat crocheting time around here. This one is another cute creation from a pattern on Repeat Crafter Me. This is my s...

The Bunny Love quilt hops out of my life

The Bunny Love quilt hops out of my life

During one of my "I'm being buried alive in sewing supplies!!" cleaning frenzies, I shoved some fabric in a few of those boxes made for under-the-bed organization. You know the ones - the boxes that get covered in dust bunnies, dog fur balls and layers...

Yummy sandwich, bad bread

Yummy sandwich, bad bread

That's how our dog sitter perfectly described our quick trip back East this past weekend. Not to mull over the details of all our airline woes, but we had cancelled flights, delayed flights and a trip that went a bit longer than planned. The flying par...

It felt like fall…for all of five minutes

It felt like fall…for all of five minutes

Two days into October and summer is not budging. While the sun is setting earlier and tricking us in the morning to sleep in, it's a bit on the warm side. And this weekend looks to be downright hot. Oh well, my sweaters will have to sit tight a few mor...

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