Monthly Archives: March 2014

Looking forward…

I raided some stock from my Etsy store because I am going on a trip…and I love to pack.  I’m slightly sorry to say I am not traveling to a foreign country, an adventure of which I am greatly in need, … Continue reading

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When ideas flow…

When ideas flow they are not always related to one’s intentions.  Today, my intent was to finish squaring and binding my autumn jelly roll quilt.  That didn’t happen.  Last week, as I previously indicated, I had finished the ‘Swedish Quilt’ … Continue reading

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A very mellow day…

Today was a lovely mellow day consisting of varied quilting activities.  I cut and sewed the binding, finally, onto the Swedish Quilt. Not terribly exciting, but reaching the end for this quilt, which will now  go into my recently vacated … Continue reading

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Learning as I go…

Here is our flyer for the Quilter’s Connection’s 2014 Quilt Show.  Please SHARE!  Contact me if you would like to purchase tickets in advance for the price of $5.00.  (Obviously, for those in the Boston, MA, USA area) I was … Continue reading

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At a loss…

Yesterday was my blogging day, but I had nothing!  Yesterday I also got caught up in so that was rather unproductive quilt-wise, but I had fun tracing some family lineage.  I did attend my quilt guild meeting in the … Continue reading

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First T Shirt quilt decision

I have been, slowly apparently, custom quilting the autumn jelly roll quilt so I don’t have much to show this week.  However, I did finally lay out T shirts for LJM’s quilt top.   I removed all but one off-white … Continue reading

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