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A visit to Quilt National

I made my first visit to Quilt National, the “Academy Awards” for Studio Quilt Artists.

Quilt National was started by Nancy Crow and others because art quilts were not being accepted into traditional quilting shows. 635 more words

Art Quilts

A "Comforting" Day

This post is about our March 16th “Comfort Quilt Day” – Whoops

We brought our washed and chopped veggies. We lugged in our rotary cutters and mats. 479 more words

Cool Stuff

Quilt Block Boot Camp - and what it means to me

You know Facebook? Well, yeah, everybody does.  So, there is a Facebook Group called Quilt Block Boot Camp.  I’m not sure how I found it, but somehow it entered my line of sight.  248 more words


A little happy cloth

In the spirit of finishing things, in the spirit of working with sweet themes, I finished a half-worked patchwork yesterday. I love it –  not because a thing has to be sweet to be loveable, but because I do. 40 more words

In The Company Of Cloth

Better Late Than Never, Right?

So based on my post last night, the orange quilt I finished up wasn’t for my friends’ – Lucien and Jenn’s – second daughter, but for their first, Maxine. 529 more words

A Baby Gift When the Recipient is No Longer A Baby

By being such a prolific piecer, I tend to create quilts that take a long time to get finished. As some of you may remember, I had a huge box full of quilt tops that I had sent off to my long arm quilter (Hi Gloria!) some time ago. 345 more words


My sister and I are going to visit with my cousin Anna Pearl today. But, we affectionately call her Pearl. She has been a big part of our lives since birth. 259 more words