Category Archives: quilted projects

Blending Old and New …

I have a dilemna.  Here it is: Emmie made this quilt over twenty years ago, sewing the dresden plates by hand.  Amazing.  She hates it.  At the time, a friend offered to quilt it for her to see if she’d … Continue reading

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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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Travel Accessories

Those who know me well, know that I have a travel packing addiction.  My perfect bag must be light and efficiently packed.  In fact, I’m surprised I hadn’t mentioned my general container addiction before this…or maybe I have.  I can’t … Continue reading

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The Final Lily Quilt

The fourth Lily memory quilt is finally finished and delivered.  These quilts were fun to make and quilt.  This last one was particularly fun.  I deviated slightly from the norm in this one.I varied the type of rows to give … Continue reading

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The Bandanas that keep on giving…

Here’s another project I am working on.  There is one member of the Lily clan who still needs a quilt.  Can you believe I still have enough of Lily’s accessories for one more quilt?  Notice what a nice work area … Continue reading

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Quilted Pouches

I have been wondering what to do with my longarm practice muslin sandwiches, which will accumulate over the next few months.  I think it will be a shame to throw away the sandwiches, and yet they are certainly not something … Continue reading

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