Monthly Archives: July 2012

Stash Report 7/29/12

No fabric in this week, although I did stop at a quilt shop while we were on vacation.  I liked what I saw, but I haven’t been sewing and I didn’t need anything.  I bought a book instead.  I hadn’t … Continue reading

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Rejoining the Living

I think I just set a personal record for NOT posting the blog.  Two straight months of 60-hour work weeks got the better of me.  I’d like to post about how it’s over and it was all worth it, but … Continue reading

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July UFO Challenge

It’s hard to even write about this with a straight face.  The UFO challenge has been such a joke this year.  I did so well last year….I had big hopes for this year.  The year isn’t over and UFO miracles … Continue reading

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Happy 4th

Hope everyone in the US had a relaxing day.  We’re in the middle of a major heat wave, and it was miserable out by 8:30 this morning.  I washed some rugs and hung them out to dry and went promptly … Continue reading

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Stash Report July 1, 2012

No fabric in this week.  I used 1/8th yard for the Quilt University class exercises.  Here’s the latest one, exploring shape.   The top piece is meant to convey calm, stability and solidness.  The bottom piece is less formal and … Continue reading

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More Class Exercises

I got through another exercise for the Quilt University class.  This one used black and white photocopies of fabrics from our stash instead of real fabric.  The lesson still falls under visual texture.   I really enjoyed this exercise, and … Continue reading

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