I don’t think there is anyone who is sad to see the year 2020 go. It’s been a year of ups and downs, life and death, fear and faith. Even though going into 2021 we are still in the midst of a pandemic, there is hope on the horizon that we are working toward a more “normal” life for us all. For most of 2020, we’ve tele-commuted, zoomed to school, and in general, spent a large part of our life at home.

I’d like to know how all of this “home time” has affected your sewing. Have you had more time to sew? Or, less with everyone at home? Are you sewing something different than before (hello, masks!), or have you tried a new technique or type of sewing? Are you exploring more sewing related activities online – Facebook Live, Zoom classes, YouTube videos? I’m curious to know just what you and your sewing machine are up to…

I’ve been sewing more than ever in the last few months, mostly working on mini art quilts that I plan to share with you in 2021. Each month, I’ll be highlighting a different mini art quilt (MAQ for short) as we explore mixed media art and sewing techniques. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the MAQ techniques you’ll see on my blog throughout 2021.

 

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