Monthly Archives: May 2016

Making it personal

So for the last few weeks I have been talking about learning technique and developing good craftsmanship.   Now it is time to make it personal.   Something as simple as changing out one fabric from a kit,  making more … Continue reading

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Craftsmanship

Most quilters, especially when they are in a group tend to point out their mistakes almost immediately.    The conversation goes  sort of like this:  Wow what a nice quilt,  how did you make a basket so tiny?   then the … Continue reading

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Kits and Copies

This coming week an art quilter will be the speaker at First Dutchess Quilters Guild.    The day after the meeting there is a full workshop.    I’m thrilled that it filled up because it means that many are interested … Continue reading

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A Day Late

When someone is a running late,  feeling out of sorts or discombobulated  my Dad says they’re ” A day late and a dollar short”  So right now I fit the day late part,  but i was out at medical appointments … Continue reading

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