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Waterfront Park Bunk Quilt

You have heard of “planned over” Vs. “left over” meals? Well, this is a planned over quilt. When I was shopping the Waterfront Park collection (by Violet Craft for Michael Miller) for the… 394 more words


First Bunk Quilt Finished

Once upon a time, a long time ago (October 2013 to be exact), I started a bunk quilt. My local traditional quilt guild has several projects, one being to make quilts for each participant at an AIDS/HIV summer camp. 498 more words


Work Party for Elizabeth House

A few Tarheel members gathered at Beginnings to assemble the quilt tops for our Elizabeth House project.  Over 60 kits had been anonymously donated to our club complete with fabrics.  248 more words

Charity Quilting

In the Land of Make-Do

I have finished piecing a charity top. It started when I was cutting 6 1/2-inch squares for kits for another project. These were left.

Not the right number for any pattern I might think of. 61 more words


A Back for Salt Water Taffy

Salt Water Taffy has been on the back burner since the beginning of the month. I didn’t want to put all those little pieces that I’d need for its back away loose. 273 more words


Quilting with friends

Wednesday I had a wonderful day quilting with some of the members of the Portland Modern Quilt Guild.  We had an incredibly productive day and finished 3 quilt tops and also threw a quilt up on the long arm. 311 more words

Modern Scrap Quilt

Naming Quilt Blocks

I am fascinated by the wealth of traditional quilt blocks, but even more so by the many names they go by and their variations. And I can’t help wondering how much variation it takes for a block to become a different block. 668 more words