Monthly Archives: June 2014

Baby’s Vision Quilts

I’m making some quilts, which support a baby’s visual development.  Initially, babies see black and white or high contrast.  Then they see the fine lines.  Finally, they will begin to differentiate between colors.   I will have these products coming up … Continue reading

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Tee Shirt Quilt

I finished quilting this tee shirt quilt, finally.  I did a simple, loopy meander.   I think it worked OK.   A bit simpler than I would normally do, but the emblems blocked me from doing a more formal pattern.   The … Continue reading

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Travel pockets…sorry, no quilting involved.

Those who know me, know I have this packing/travel organization addiction, because I like to be comfortable and secure…as I tend to be distracted by my surroundings—I’m a people watcher.  I have been looking for a light vest for the summer … Continue reading

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Choosing a quilting design…

I’ve been staring at this tee shirt quilt top for a while now trying to decide how to quilt it.  Originally, I was just going to use a simple pantogram.  However, I don’t want to interfer with some of the … Continue reading

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