I just finished block 56 and am caught up with our group’s goal of finishing 8 blocks per month of the Tula Pink City Sampler. I somehow skipped June, so had 16 blocks to do this month. 200 more words
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Earlier this summer I posted about being inspired to make a “Confetti” quilt designed by Augusta Cole. Click here to see the original post. I pieced Four Patches from my bin of 2″ scrappy squares; I strip-pieced some two-sies for Four Patches; I attached white rectangles as leaders/enders while piecing other projects; and I attended my guild’s Sew Days for the purpose of making a dent in the patchwork. 266 more words
I’ve always been fascinated by Lucy Boston’s Patchwork of the Crosses ever since I saw a block of English Paper Piecing using this pattern.
Having a background and preference for machine piecing, this led to making blocks of a larger size suitable for ‘American’ hand piecing. 159 more words
For the past several years Crossroads Church in Lillington, NC has educated and entertained youngsters from 9 to 12 a.m. the third week in June. The kids register in advance, each choosing two “tracks” of interest: from Woodworking I and II, to Cooking, to Crocheting, to Fun and Fitness, to Dance, to Science experiments, to Drama, to Quilting. 222 more words