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Placemats for Spring

 Countdown to Grand Give Away 2016 – 7 weeks. ******************* 1 Million Mile Quilted Postcard Challenge update: The theme for April is “Work of My Hands”. April cards are about handwork. Dust off your old needle/threads and make a stitch or two on … Continue reading

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QUILTING is Hard!

The hardest part about quilting is QUILTING!  On the other hand, piecing a quilt top can be either easy or hard.  You choose.  Some quilts can be put together in a day, others are complicated and have as many as 10,000 pieces. … Continue reading

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More Quilted Christmas Postcards

This is the second part of my quilted Christmas postcards series inspired by Quilter’s World, December 2015 issue. Let’s start with my favorite, the quilted Christmas tree, based on Christmas Tree Skirt by Bev Getschel. I was in the process … Continue reading

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Quilted Christmas Postcards

It’s amazing how something so small can mushroom into something so big.  On weeks that I make quilted postcards, they take over my life.  Teeny, tiny pieces of fabric everywhere. Jewels, trim, thread, stamps and buttons just for starters. For efficiency … Continue reading

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Moving the Milky Way

Quilter’s World (summer 2013):  When I saw a pattern called Battle Warfare designed by Leslie Lattner, all I could think of was how well it reflected the large starry sky that we see at the lake.  Specks of light that … Continue reading

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