Monthly Archives: March 2009

Stash Report Week 13

I’ll get the stash report out of the way first.  I did good at the Quilt Patch sale yesterday and only purchased two fat quarters.  Will I ever see positive numbers this year?  I have three weeks to bust fabric … Continue reading

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Finding Joy in the Storm

Many people are having a tough time these days.  I can honestly say I don’t know anyone living a charmed life.  We all have unique challenges, whether they are health, finances, career, or family.  I saw a picture online today … Continue reading

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Baby Quilt

I’m back on the road today to take mom to a couple doctor appointments.  I didn’t want to make the trip twice in one week, but the appointments came together so easily I couldn’t pass them up.  I don’t have … Continue reading

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On the Road

I spent the weekend at mom’s house to celebrate her birthday and get a first-hand look at some health problems she’s having.  I had a sense of what I’d find when I got there, so no real surprises.  Sometimes you … Continue reading

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Applewood Farms BOM and Painting Inspiration

I printed out the instructions for month two and picked my fabrics in five minutes flat.  It definitely set a new fabric picking record for me.  My favorite fabric is the light, a splotchy blue, purple and white number.    … Continue reading

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Fabric Painting: Quilt Labels

Quilt labels are a great place to try out new paint colors and different stenciling or stamping techniques.  The small size makes for a limited time and material commitment.  If I hate it or mess it up I don’t feel … Continue reading

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Stash Report Weeks 10 and 11

I didn’t post a stash report last week because I had no activity to report.   This week I sewed all the happy blocks together using a quilt as you go technique.  I can see how the technique would work … Continue reading

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