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Half-two and still awake,
I look down at the quilt upon the bed,
strips of land as seen from overhead;
the airplane window view of all creation. 70 more words

Poetry

Daniel Cabena and Stephen Runge at Hart House

I was at a bit of a loose end yesterday so I made a very last minute decision to catch countertenor Daniel Cabena and pianist Stephen Runge in recital in the Great Hall at Hart House.  207 more words

Performance Review - Miscellaneous

Final Step! Or Final Snips!

Well this last week I think it’s safe to say that I spent a good day on this final step of my blanket! Ugh this was by far the worst part of my whole learning experience. 170 more words

Learning To Sew

Quilting

Growing up I always wanted my grandma to make a quilt for me, but she was unable to see well enough to sew. So in 4H I signed up for sewing so I could make myself a quilt. 237 more words

Donna Faye Caudill

Donna Caudill is my very sweet friend, a little lady with a big, big heart, and a southern-comforting soul. Welcome her!

“I am currently gathering words for my 2nd book. 702 more words

Authors Interviews

Quilter

November 11

QUILTER

What more comfort can exist in the world than a conglomeration of turned edges and love?  Fancy stitches or not, the assembled world of cloth stands testament to devotion and diligence.  270 more words

Poetry

Not your grandmother's quilt show

Coming up fast – the York Heritage Quilters Guid show and sale for two days only: Friday, Nov. 14 (10 – 6) and Saturday, Nov. 15… 115 more words

Quilts