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Block Lotto Top--Red for February

Back in February I made and sent a pair of red blocks. I used up all my Waterfront Park red except for the bird fabric. I saved it in case I got the blocks back. 294 more words


Class Project Becomes Doll Quilt

I signed up for Carol Friedlander’s Big Stitch class at QuiltCon. I’d registered too late to get into day classes, so I was pleased when they added some night classes. 399 more words


And Bunk Top #4 Is Finished

The 9-patch blocks that I started here behaved quite nicely as I assembled them. Only one discrepancy between the top and my plan.

I’d intended the red 9-patch for the center. 195 more words


Charm Pack, Bunk Top, and Lotto

Two experiments today.

First, I read Riddle and Whimsey’s post about the Disappearing Hourglass and wanted to try it. I followed her post to the YouTube tutorial by Missouri Star that she used and thought of block lotto. 439 more words


Elizabeth House Quilts Delivered

The final work was completed, and the quilts were shown at the March meeting, just before being delivered to Elizabeth House.  Here, Marti on the left and Carole on the right show one of three quilts made with the donated finishing kits. 140 more words

Charity Quilting

Postcard-print Bunk Quilt Top

The quilt looks simpler than the previous bunk quilt, but it took longer. One reason, of course, was the pleasant distraction of QuiltCon. But the main reason was this: compensating for less feature fabric than I remembered having. 533 more words


A little quilt showcase

I thought I would take the opportunity to share with the wider world some of the amazing Charity Quilts that the Portland Modern Quilting Guild has produced this month.  538 more words

Finished Quilts