Monthly Archives: February 2015

1930’s Inspiration

This past week was  all about finding inspiration fast.   Had the need to make a baby quilt very fast,  the baby in question came 5 weeks early,  and  although I have said earlier that a quilt in a day … Continue reading

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Quilt-speak

Earlier this week,  I was working on a binding and a customer made a joke that referenced the movie and book , 50 Shades of Grey.   Later that day I found myself thinking  about other terms that mean something different … Continue reading

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Full of Heart

When people say,  she has a lot of heart,  it implies a can do attitude,  a willingness to try,  and compassion for self and others.   It also implies a certain amount of energy and effort have been put in … Continue reading

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Take it Slow

Tomorrow is the Japanese Broken Needle festival.   This is an event where women ( mostly)  dispose of their broken and bent needles and pins.   The event culminates in a ceremony in which the small items of daily life … Continue reading

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