Welcome back! 2023 Week 10 has a lot going for it, most of all the fact that once it is over, I get a week off for Spring Break. Next Tuesday from 6pm to 10pm I will be streaming for my birthday. It would mean a lot to me if you could drop by!
As always, you can find me at all around the internet via my LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/angryangelbooks
This week I’m working on finishing What Have We Done, which is due to be released tomorrow, March 7, 2023 and the sequel to Red Widow, Red London which is due to be released on March 14, 2023 (next week). Thanks to the publishers for granting me these advanced copies via NetGalley.com.
What Have We Done by Alex Finlay
Red London (Red Widow #2) by Alma Katsu
Here is the schedule for when you can watch and interact with me online, and the link to my channel is below. All times are PM EST.
Hades (Escaping Hell on Sundays): 5:30-9:00
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Wednesday: 6:30-9:00
Robot Dinosaur Fight Fridays (Horizon Zero Dawn): 7:00-11:00
And sometimes on Thursdays or Saturdays, but no streams on Mondays or Tuesdays.
Come and keep me company at Angry Angel Gaming on Twitch.
Angry Angel Crafts
So far I have shared the top of my first quilted throw, and the twin blanket I am making for my niece.
This past weekend I put together the dinosaur toddler blanket for my nephew who is only a little older than 2 years old. This blanket is smaller than the one I made for my niece.
This weekend I will venture out to Joann Fabrics to pick out the material for the back of these quilts, so that I can put them all together and show you the final result. I am nervous about machine binding/layer quilting these myself, but also excited about learning something new!
If you’re interested in the process I’m so nervous about, you can watch this YouTube video to get an idea of what’s next in the process:
I also took a few quilt pattern books out of the library to use for my next projects. These first few were based on the first quilt I ever made (that I still have) and my shaky remembrance of how to put it all together. Using these other patterns and directions, I can begin to make quilts that look more fancy and impressive, that will also hopefully sell.
Luckily I have a bunch of fabric still left over from making these first few, so I’m going to use the fabric to make some to sell online. Once I have listings up on Etsy, I’ll let you know!
Have a great week!
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