School Days, School Days… or is it School Daze?

Looking for inspiration to get the creative process going for my blog this week I turned to google. I needed some ideas to start off my writing for the school themed patterns I wanted to highlight. I bounced around the internet and I landed on YouTube.. uh-oh. I’ve been down that rabbit hole before.

So I will now share with you what I found. 😊

A song written in 1907 called School Days (When We Were a Couple of Kids) …. The lyrics start like this:

School days, school days

Dear old Golden Rule days

‘Reading and ‘riting and ‘rithmetic

by Will Cobb and Gus Edwards

Interestingly enough… I have heard this song before. Not sure where or why though.

I continued on my journey (sidetrack) to a song by Chuck Berry! Same name (School Days) and I definitely know this one as I am sure most of you do too!

And then… I landed…. on this beauty…. 😂…. It has nothing to do with what I was looking for but gave me a great laugh this morning.

Hope you enjoyed my journey (sidetrack) as much as I did. And now we go onto the patterns!

Classic Pencil and Crayon Quilts

Your kids (and Grandkids) will love these lap size pencil and crayon quilts! They are fun & vibrant. Great for snuggling under while doing homework and a great stash buster too!

Decorations For Your Home or Classroom

Backpack, Bags, and Binders… oh my!

You can purchase any of the above patterns on the website- just click on the image.  Most of the patterns as available as both paper patterns or instant downloads.  

Wishing everyone a safe and happy school year filled with wonderful memories!

Happy Quilting!

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