Category Archives: quilting

Oh my goodness my blog is dying one of those slow blog deaths, oops. I still want to put some projects on here though, for myself to remember. It’s actually what I use my blog for the most, to check out when or how I did an archived project. Remeber the wedding quilt I made […]

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  The wedding in New York that Bj and I went to was for some dear friends, and I knew I wanted to make them a quilt. Matt is an architect and there was this Arcitextures line of fabric that was so perfect. As soon as I met his sweetheart Krista I knew it was […]

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I found a picture of this quilt through a quilting newsletter and shared it with my friend Carmen. When she exclaimed over how much she liked it I knew I had to make her one. She had the idea of changing out some of the solids for prints, which I liked. So I bought the […]

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When Taro was here visiting with his family I thought it would be fun to take his wife to a meeting of modern quilters in our town to show her some American craftiness. She was a little nervous about sewing in front of people she didn’t know since she is a beginner. I wanted to […]

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I have been given the opportunity to participate in Tombow’s “100 Days of Tombow”. Tombow sent me some of their amazing products, and in return I got to use them (and tell you what I did) and they donated money to the Council for Arts Education. A pretty amazing deal! For 100 years Tombow has […]

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