Monthly Archives: August 2013

Quilt for Baby (or for baby’s vision)

I’ve been working on designs for quilts for babies as compared to baby quilts.  As adults we are attracted to lovely pastels for baby quilts, which often match the nursery or are indicative of the baby’s gender.  These baby quilts … Continue reading

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Fabric addiction surfacing…

I ran over to the fabric store to pick up a backing fabric for a toddler quilt that I am making…2 yards, which would equate to about $20.00.  That’s it.  One of the sales people, who knows me, said she … Continue reading

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I’ve been practicing feathers.  It’s not exciting, but it can be rather hypnotic.  I get into a zen-like trance and go with the flow, but then suddenly I’m out of it and that’s when I lose the shape, assuming I … Continue reading

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