I am Jenna.

Sam is my husband and has been that title for over eleven years.

We have three beautiful daughters.

Our expanding family can be observed and laughed at here. I can’t guarantee that all my posts will be rainbows and unicorns. I hope to share a bit of honesty with you. That in itself can be quite refreshing.

I bake sweets and ‘do’ music.

I can’t whistle.

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14 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Sarah K Russell says:

    Thanks for following my blog! I just read that you live in SC- one of my favorite places on earth! We vacation there every year. I so look forward to the warm ocean– so much that in fact, I have Myrtle Beach saved as a favorite on my weather app… Just so I can visit πŸ™‚ You have a great blog- I’m glad we connected!

    1. laecen says:

      You’re most welcome! Thank you for following mine! And Charleston is becoming my favorite place. The ocean is such a wonderful change from the plains of Kansas and Mountains of Colorado!

  2. Carrie Forshee says:

    The first thing I noticed about your t-shirt quilt tutorial were the KU shirts. I’ve been saving t-shirts to try this, and will most likely one day have one made with all KU shirts-my daughter is a junior @ KU and plays in the marching band! So, saving your tutorial to my favorites, and putting this project on my to-do list.

    1. laecen says:

      That’s wonderful! T-shirt quilts really aren’t as daunting as they appear. Just remember that interfacing is your friend! Best of luck to your daughter at KU!

  3. Anna Harmon says:

    Hi! I noticed that the last post here is several months old. Are you still taking orders for and making t-shirt quilts?
    Thank you!
    Anna Harmon

  4. stella gammaitoni says:

    Love your blog. I am attempting a t-shirt quilt after studying your entries, and I am very excited! I have a little problem-I accidentally ordered fusible fleece from amazon. will it be too puffy, or is it workable for a newbie like me? Thank you in advance!

    1. laecen says:

      That sounds like it could be a little too fluffy. I’d find some thinner fusible interfacing. I’m glad you’re giving it a shot! Thank you for reading!

    2. laecen says:

      Hi Stella!

      Thank you for reading! I am so glad you’re attempting a t-shirt quilt! I would imagine the fusible fleece would be too thick for t-shirt quilt purposes. I’d check into other uses for it! I bet it could be really neat in another project! I use fusible interfacing and it works so very well.

      Best of luck! Be sure to ask any more questions if you have them!

  5. Marcia Craft says:

    I have made several t-shirt quilts and thought I would share a step I think you might like. I iron on the interfacing BEFORE I cut out the front–then you do not have to be so darned careful with the knit material. You might waste a tiny bit of it but it sure is a lot easier! Yours look wonderful!

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