Monthly Archives: July 2011

Stash Report 7/31/11

I’m happy to report nothing came in.  I stopped at The Quilt Patch in Tecumseh on the way home from vacation, but I didn’t buy anything.  They had a big sale, but most of the sale fabrics were florals, with … Continue reading

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Mackinaw City Vacation

We returned yesterday from a week in northern Michigan, soaking up some cooler temperatures and Great Lakes beaches. I have to give a big thumbs up to the Upper Peninsula, the family atmosphere in Mackinaw City and the uncrowded beaches.  The … Continue reading

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Stash Report 07/24/2011

Nothing in or out this week   Here’s a repeat of last week’s numbers. Fabric Used YTD:  22.375 yards Fabric In YTD:  20.5 yards Net Busted:  1.875 yards  I got out and walked yesterday so I could take pictures at the park.  … Continue reading

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July UFO Update

Like many other parts of the country, we’ve had unusually hot weather here.  I can’t remember the last time I saw a heat index of 114 degrees, but I hope I don’t see it again soon.  Talk about miserable.  The … Continue reading

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Gluten Free Bread Review

My sister came in from out of state and brought me some gluten free bread she made from a Bob’s Red Mill bread mix.  The package says it is gluten free, wheat free, dairy free and casein free.  You can … Continue reading

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Stash Report July 17, 2011

I finished the first quilt made from the farm panel.  That’s 1.25 yards out.  There will be another quilt from the smaller blocks in the panel, but that one has to wait a bit. No fabric in this week. As … Continue reading

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Working in Series

Do you work in series? I never have.  I never really thought about it until a few months ago.  I’m sure I read articles on it in various quilting magazines and books.  I could see the point, but it never … Continue reading

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