Monthly Archives: March 2012

Busy Hands

I can’ t believe it is Friday again already.   This week flew by.  I’ve been working busily on a commission quilt for a customer who began an underground railroad themed quilt with her daughter’s second grade class and got in over … Continue reading

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Sewing seeds!!

With this stunning weather,  I have moved a garden bed,  gotten several things seeded and even cut down two trees that needed to go.  Lots more to do but sowing is hard work.   SO when I am done with that … Continue reading

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April Dates set

The April dates for workshops and clubs have been posted.  It has been a busy week,   with two club meetings, Buggin Out workshop underway and several private lessons,  I am so happy to be able to get the April things posted.     … Continue reading

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An Exhibit of Strings

Tomorrow our first  summer shows opens in the gallery.    String Quilts and their Cousins   highlights some of my favorite pieces from our collection.    String quilts, Improvisational Piecing,  and  Crazy Patchwork seem to be enjoying a resurgence right now.    I have always loved … Continue reading

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Red, White, or Rose’ ??

Grapes is our block this month for tomorrow’s meeting of Beautiful Valley.     I made mine purple,  but they come in plenty of varieties.      So although we can’t have a glass of wine at our meeting,   we will have some fun … Continue reading

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