Monthly Archives: May 2019

Ice: Friend & Foe

Ice. Apprehension. The two are always linked. Every spring starts the same. First, long cracks, then clear and cold water along the shorelines, often reflecting clouds above. Diamond crystals sparkle amid grime and grit left over from winter snow. So delicate, so beautiful. But … Continue reading

Posted in 2019, art, challenges, gradients, my patterns, Reclaimed and Repurposed, Uncategorized | 12 Comments

Quilting Overload

Quilters are like golfers. A little rain can’t stop us. It was Friday, and there was another Quilt Show to attend – The Barnswallow Quilt Show in the rural community of Morden. I wasn’t the only one up bright and … Continue reading

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Assiniboine Circle Quilt Show

Have you ever found that your quilting inspiration has vanished? That question was asked by someone on one of my FB groups last week. This is a non-quilt show year for my guild – the Manitoba Prairie Quilters, but there are … Continue reading

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