Monthly Archives: March 2017

Hidden Treasure

I have been working on the repair of a quilt that is probably from the 1970’s.   It is Hexagons made up of 6 kite shaped patches,  very scrappy,  and tied.    When I took out the worn patches of … Continue reading

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Green Granny

Grandma might have been right.   She did things like washing and re-using aluminum foil,  saving the plastic grocery bags and crocheting strips of them to make a waterproof mat for the garage and garden shed,  and one I don’t … Continue reading

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Being Green

So did you think of Kermit the Frog,  or recycling?    Or feeling green with envy,  or being in the green with lots of dollars.       Green is a color I get very excited to see this time … Continue reading

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Spring????

We have more snow than I expected this morning.   It is very pretty,  and the roads are clear.   My daughter’s school was already scheduled to be closed so she is sleeping in.  I am here at the shoppe, … Continue reading

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Bling!!

bling Pieced and quilted by Katherine Jones Chigwell, Tasmania, Australia Tasmanian Modern Quilt Guild @twocatsquilts 98 x 98 inches Piecing “Foundation paper pieced from solid fabrics the inspiration for this quilt was a princess cut diamond.” This is the winning … Continue reading

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