New Year, New Look, New Projects.

12:00:00 AM

Welcome welcome 2014!

2013 was an eventful year for me, inviting a new member into our family:

Baby Ewan
Superman quilt by Sew at Home Mummy
...the babe has been a handful so far - he's had some health issues but we're getting them under control and he's doing much better.



Sew at Home Mummy: Simply Solids a modern {bee}I also ran a very large modern Bee, Simply Solids, with participants from all over the world. It was a lot of fun, and I think most of those who participated had a blast. Because I'm going to be so busy this year with 2 under the age of 2, I opted not to run it for 2014 - but it may be back in 2015!





Sew at Home Mummy

And, as much as I'd like to continue running the tips & tricks Tuesdays link-up party, I just can't commit this year to it, so it's going on the back-burner: for now. If you haven't checked out the past tips and tricks I have posted, you should - especially the blogging tips if you're new to Blogger or are ready to add some handy dandy gadgets to your platform. As well, there were some pretty awesome guest hosts along the way with some really great quilty and bloggy tips! The links to the tips are located in the menu bar at the top of this page.



You may also have noticed that my blog now has a fresh new look. I've been busy for the last couple of months plugging away at updating the blog, and I'm loving the look. Hopefully you do, too.


Sew at Home MummySo, this year, my major project will be the quilt along I've created, running January - December 2014. If you're interested in playing along, here's the post with more information:
Classic meets Modern QAL
Your challenge, if you choose to accept it, is to take the classic/traditional block I post instructions to every month and put a modern spin on it. Sound like fun? I think so.

To those whom are participating, remember to link a picture of your block up every month so that your creations might inspire others!

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6 comments

  1. Oh he is just darling. Glad things are getting under control . Happy New Year

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  2. I'd say that you do have your hands full. I'm glad they didn't have internet when I was raising my little ones as I would have been utterly frustrated :-)

    That new little guy is just adorable.

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  3. Baby is such a sweetie, Blog looks good...will be here seeing what you are up to.

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  4. I know how busy you will be, I am 50 and had my 2 grandkids 2 &3 to raise a bit.. My I forgot how busy and exhausting, I just couldnt sew anymore, but I am sure that want happen to you. You new age moma's know how to balance.. What a precious baby and glad he is better and pic. I will be babysitting my 1 month old granddaughter, she is adorable.

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  5. Erin your blog looks great...and baby Ewan is just as precious as he can be! Hope you have a blessed year!

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  6. Congratulations Erin on your latest creation. What a beautiful baby Ewan is.

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