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Mal | | Thursday, January 29th, 2009

 If you like what you’ve found here, there are a few different ways to follow my updates.


  • Make checking in with turning*turning a part of your daily routine: Unless you are waaaaaay more organized and diligent than I am, this is probably not the best way. I mean, you’re likely to get annoyed each time you click here and I haven’t updated. Don’t get annoyed. Don’t be like that, baby. You know I’m going to try harder…
  • Bookmark this page: Then at least you won’t lose it. If you’re anything like me, you’ll stumble back onto it in about 18 months and remember why you liked it. Oh, yeah. That’s right. Huh.
  • Subscribe to email updates: This will bring my updates straight to your email inbox. Click here to subscribe via email, and check your inbox for the verification message. Then it will be like we’re pen-pals! Awesome, one-sided pen-pals where you don’t have to do any work or collect stamps from your country or pretend your life is interesting or do anything, and I’ll keep writing to you anyway!
  • Subscribe via feed reader: A feed reader is a little piece of software that acts like a personalized newspaper boy. It automatically collects updates on all of your favorite websites and delivers them to your virtual door without you having to do anything! (See the theme here? Not having to do anything equals BETTER!)  Click here to find turning*turning’s feed.

If you are new to feed readers, I recommend checking out Google Reader but there are lots of popular options out there (for instance, I hear a lot about Bloglines).

Go forth and subscribe! Bask in the ease and the updates!

If you have tips for others regarding subscribing, please leave them in the comments below. Thanks!


  1. love your blog… ;-)

    Comment by V — 14 April 2009 @ 7:06 am

  2. great tips like talking to my mum again

    Comment by maureen — 21 April 2009 @ 5:08 pm

  3. great blog!

    Comment by kristin — 16 September 2010 @ 9:31 am

  4. Brilliant blog!

    Comment by Susan — 2 August 2011 @ 3:53 am

  5. Thank-you.

    Comment by Jeanette — 17 July 2012 @ 8:11 am

  6. I stumbled across your blog while trying to learn the quilter’s knot, and knew it was no accident. After become mesmerized by your “turning” mandala in the corner, I forced myself to explore the rest of the site. We connect on many ways…most importantly the desire for simplicity, a recurring theme for me for many years.
    My mother was an artist, and my granddaughter spent many hours in her studio, at her own little desk, creating. When she was about 7, I told her she was a good artist, and she said “I’m not an artist, I’m a maker.” Today she is 17, thinking about college, and a career. She would like to incorporate art and child-life therapy. Her half brother passed away a few years ago, after a long battle with brain cancer.
    Thank you for sharing your energy…hope to hear more from you soon.

    Comment by Eileen Ciluffo — 8 January 2013 @ 7:29 am

  7. Great blog, loved your ideas for folding and organizing your fabric.

    Comment by Lois — 27 May 2013 @ 6:38 am

  8. At the moment I am organizing my sewing room and I have been sorting and getting reacquainted with my stash. Because i live in the Caribbean on an island where there are no quilt shops, I order my fabric and other supplies on-line and sometimes lose track of what I have. When I want to start on a project I notice that I am still missing fabrics that will coordinate well. Hence another order is placed. One wall in my sewing room will have cabinets and I will be using your method of folding. I do not wash my fabrics before I use them, but I am certain some pressing will be necessary to get some wrinkles out before folding. I look forward to reading your blog.

    Comment by Maria Laurence — 2 September 2013 @ 4:59 pm

  9. nice! sooo easy!

    Comment by Judy — 3 February 2014 @ 9:44 am

  10. Great way to make your stash neat and organized.

    Comment by Trudy Wallace — 21 February 2014 @ 8:00 pm

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