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Inspiration,When the Moon Hits Your Eye..Part 1


A unique art quilt based on an unusual moon.

One evening last summer as my husband & I were looking up at the moon, it was particularly luminous that night and peeking out from behind the branches of several trees.Their dark branches formed a filigree of interesting shapes with that fantastic   184 more words


The Rescue of Two Quilts

In my town, the antique mall closed in 2013. The two women who ran it retired. From time to time I’d go there to look around only to find pretty much the same stuff each time. 266 more words

Completed Quilts

Advent/Lenten Runner

Project:  Table runner
Size: Approx. 20″ X 58″
Reference/Pattern:  Traditional
Designed by: Barbara Wolff
Constructed by: Barbara Wolff, Newton, IA
Quilted by… 39 more words

Completed Quilts

Documenting Special Gifted Quilts

The weather has been beautiful here and we are enjoying such a warm summer! Well, I know I haven’t posted in forever, and thought I needed to take advantage of the beautiful backdrops of gardens and sky to photograph and document some of the quilts I had completed and given to some special people in my life. 192 more words

American Patchwork And Quilting

The next group for Syrian children in Jordan

We are preparing another shipment of quilts that will go to the school in Jordan for the next group of children who are enrolled in the school that is designed for those suffering from PTSD. 226 more words

Donations Received

37.8 Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival diary - Day 1

Whew! It’s been a busy week following a very busy and very happy weekend last weekend.

For those who didn’t know, hadn’t heard, last weekend was our big biannual (maybe that’s semiannual) quilt show with participation from a WHOLE lot of quilt guilds. 3,285 more words

Quilting Community

Quilts from St. James the Less, NILAG, Jolene, Marci and Jeanne AND Deliveries to Gaza and Jordan

April was a great month for Quilts Beyond Borders.  We received lots of beautiful tops and quilts from a lot of wonderful quilters and piecers.  The ones I’d like to feature in this post are the ones I received here in Illinois from the quilters of St. 1,059 more words