Monthly Archives: September 2007

Border Shopping

I stopped in at one of the local quilt shops today to get border fabric for two quilts.  Here’s what I ended up buying. The green fabric was an easy pick.  I had samples of a couple different greens that … Continue reading

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Crayon as Resist

Quilting Arts magazine is often filled with pictures of fabric layered with inks, paints, dyes, and foil with a little discharge thrown in.  The complexity and texture of these fabrics intrigues me.  Unfortunately, I have limited patience.  Creating layers of design … Continue reading

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Round Robin – First Pass

I am participating in a round robin with four friends.  For a various reasons, we seldom see each other, although most of us have known each other for years.  One of the ladies thought this was a good way to … Continue reading

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In the Beginning

I love ideas.  I love having them, I love hearing other people’s, and I love watching them develop into something special.  So when the idea of blogging popped into my head, I should have welcomed it with open arms.  Instead, … Continue reading

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The Spirit of Quilting

I recently finished this quilt, a gift for a co-worker’s son.  He’s a young man, in the prime of life, who developed a rare disorder that causes excruciating pain and requires multiple surgeries to correct.  His doctors estimate each surgery … Continue reading

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