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Quilt for Juanita's daughter

Over a week ago I got to attend my friend Juanita’s baby shower for her upcoming daughter! It was such a beautiful baby shower – the food, location and decorations were perfect! 186 more words


Scrappy Colorful Quilts for a Cause. Here's a few things you can do with your scraps.

Let me guess… You’ve been probably sewing nonstop for the last few months and you might have a pile of scraps now and have no idea what to do with them. 677 more words


Getting Organized

I hate to let any sort of quilting or crafting scraps, or odd found objects go out in the trash. Somehow I feel it’s my duty to rescue all bits and find them new homes or save them until they can be re-purposed.  328 more words

How Did I Become A Quilter?

I had always loved quilts but never knew how to sew, and I really wasn’t interested in learning how to sew. I just wanted to make quilts and have quilts. 628 more words

The Quilters of Gee's Bend

I first found Alarie Tennille’s work when I read her poem “The Quilters of Gee’s Bend” in Goodreads.  “Quilters” won the Goodreads contest that month and also received a Pushcart nomination.   188 more words

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Quilter Micro Block 45

Quilter’s in-depth knowledge of tone and overdrive is now available in a compact pedal format with 33/45 watts of speaker power. Perfect for the player who doesn’t need the mighty Tone Block’s 200-watt output. 37 more words

Busy, but still here!

It may sound cliche, but it’s true: I’ve been soooo busy! Consequently, I’m behind on my quilting. :-(

Let me explain: first, it was a marathon week at work. 175 more words