What can I say, Romulan Ale had to done. My favorite scene was where Kirk had the State dinner with Gorkon and everyone got a little tipsy. Romulan ale was a highly intoxicating alcoholic drink of Romulan origin with a characteristic blue color. It was also used for “medicinal purposes” (Really? Now you tell me) Captain James T. Kirk: [dictating his personal log] The Enterprise hosted Chancellor Gorkon and company to dinner last night. Our manners weren’t exactly Emily Post. Note to the Galley; Romulan Ale can no longer be served at diplomatic functions. LLAP Vanda Chittenden SaveRead More →

Captain Kirk, what can I say. He is one of my favorite characters, but does not have the no. 1 spot. Kirk, looking handsome and properly dressed. He always did seem to get into fights and having his shirt torn off. No Star Trek quilt is complete without Kirk in it. “Don’t let them promote you. Don’t let them transfer you. Don’t let them do anything that takes you off the bridge of that ship because while you’re there, you can make a difference.“ – James T. Kirk, 2371 James Tiberius “Jim” Kirk is a fictional character in the Star Trek media franchise, appearing in manyRead More →

The Batleth, a Klingon Weapon is a double sided scimitar/hook sword/deer horn knives hybrid-edged weapon with a curved blade, four points and hand holds on the back. It is designed and created by Star Trek: The Next Generation visual effects producer Dan Curry for the Star Trek franchise. It is mainly used within canon by the Klingons. Curry has called the bat’leth “one of the iconic images associated with the show”. It has spawned a smaller version, which became known as the “mek’leth”. Bat’leths are also considered part of popular culture, appearing in television programs outside of the Star Trek franchise. Replicas of bat’leths areRead More →

Quilting a Christmas Stocking Here is some of my quilted Christmas stocking I have made over the last couple of months. This Christmas Stocking is so popular, that I literally made hundreds of them. These are just a few samples of what I did. They are quite big, you can fit a small child into one. I think I need to start sewing some more ready for this Christmas, as you know it is just around the corner.  Just 8 months to go.  Read More →

Where’s Perry? Perry the Platypus is my favorite (dare I say it) character from the Phineas and Ferb show. I found this pattern online somewhere, and for the life of me can not find it again. I made him out of old jeans, and he looks great. Some interesting fact about Perry; Animal Type: Platypus Color: Teal Height: 6 inches Weight: 4 pounds Age: 9 years old Owner: The Flynn family Hobbies: Secret agent, and as far as his family knows, nothing. Please find some other patterns on my Free Patterns page here. SaveRead More →

Quilt Pattern testing Recently I tested some Quilt pattern for a couple of people, from the Project of Doom group. That was great fun, the finished patterns will be worked in to my Project of Doom quilt. Dobby the house elf, he will be peeking around the side of the book case. You can find all these patterns here. A sleeping dragon baby, to represent the dragons in the Harry Potter Movies and Books. She is Rosie and will be sleeping on top of my Book Case. “Yes, Harry Potter!” said Dobby at once, his great eyes shining with excitement. “And if Dobby does itRead More →

POD Quilt along Week 3 Week three in the Quilt along, Project of Doom. Jennifer decided to make to new variations for the block, one for the good side and one for the bad side, the dark arts. This was fun, and I decided to also make the dark arts block, as my quilt will be double the size of the plan POD quilt. So the dark arts blocks will be on the outer edges of the quilt. A link to this pattern can be found here. A link to this pattern and the entire Project of Doom can be found here.   Save SaveRead More →

POD Quilt along Week 2 This is the second week of the POD Quilt along, Harry Potter Quilt. This block consisted of books only, which made it a very easy block. A link for this pattern and the entire Project of Doom is found here.   Save SaveRead More →

2015 Quilt and Sewing to do list Inspiration hit me, after reading Jennifer Ofenstein’s UFO to do list for 2015 over at sewhooked.com. I have so many unfinished quilts lying around, that I forgot about or didn’t have time for. I decided to make my own UFO (unfinished object) list for 2015, that I need to work on. Some of the objects are USO (Un-started Objects) or WIP (Work in progress), BOM (block of the month) FIS (Fandom in Stitches) I was quite shocked when I realized how many projects I had lying around waiting to be finished. Here the are, no. 1 is priorityRead More →