One of the sweetest and kindest ladies in this world. I feel very privileged to call her my friend.
Rae Ann always puts others first, and is an example of Christ like love.
You may know her from her blog Cutie Pinwheel. Or you may follow the other blog she recently started Stash Manicure that already has over 500 followers.
Rae Ann is the perfect hostess. She invited us up to her beautiful cabin, and spent the week making sure our every need was taken care of.
We kept encouraging her to sit down and sew on her own projects, but instead she ran around getting us food, or clean towels, or doing the dishes.
It seemed like every time I went to take a picture of her, she was taking a picture of me.
Rae Ann is a fabulous photographer, so make sure to run over to her blog and see her beautiful pictures.
Rae gave a tutorial on a speedy method for making pinwheels. With a name like Cutie Pinwheel, of course she loves pinwheels!
Rae Ann did get a few things accomplished during our week. She made quite a few stars.
And civil war blocks for another quilt.
Look at the details in these blocks!
I have really been wanting to use up my stash. I saw this free tutorial for butterfly's over on Mrs. Schmenkman's blog and knew it was the perfect project to take to the cabin.