Monthly Archives: July 2014

Bolton Abbey and Quilting

Can you leave quilting behind when you travel?  I apparently cannot.  I was recently in the Yorkshire Dales in the UK. It is a beautiful area.  Every little bit is lovely. My camera was extremely busy. Not surprising, there were … Continue reading

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Don’t Bore Your Baby Quilt

Here’s a quick little post (tease) regarding my new “Don’t Bore Your Baby Quilt”. More to come. Babies are intelligent human beings caught in a very limited body. They are easily bored. Their vision is developing/changing daily. Most nurseries cater to … Continue reading

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Patterns through time…

I was recently visiting the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, as I often do, but I came across an exhibit of products from the Woodland Indians, which includes the area where I live, New England. I’m not usually attracted to … Continue reading

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