Monthly Archives: September 2016

Back to School – September Reveal

My grandson went into kindergarten this fall. He knows his ABC’s and I hope they still practice handwriting. We practiced in a lined scribbler. That’s what came to my mind when I considered a ‘back to school’ theme for the 1 … Continue reading

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The Mad Scientist (#4)- Going for Green

Will Hydrangea flowers give us a green botanical dye? How about these Juniper berries? You may recall last month I tried Juniper needles on the assumption that we would have better luck with an evergreen plant than with annuals. At the … Continue reading

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Community

Times change. Quilters change. Locations change. Recipients change. But in the end, one person(s) gives to another person(s). In that sense, nothing changes. Quilting has always included giving. Just ask anyone involved in fires, floods, natural disasters, hospitals, armies, fundraisers, families, historians. … Continue reading

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Quilted Postcard Stories

August’s theme -‘Go Vintage’was an interesting one!  Continue reading. I am sure you will be entertained. The theme for September in the 1 Million Mile Quilted Postcard Challenge is ‘back to school’. Not very original, but appropriate. It’s not too late to … Continue reading

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