Monthly Archives: April 2010

Thank You Very Much

As you all probably know, I'm a professional quilter.  I do this stuff for pay.  But I'm a pretty soft touch when it comes to doing quilts for charity.  I generally do them free of charge.  Sure there are some … Continue reading

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QotD: Online Shopping

Do you shop online during work or school? Do you feel guilty about doing so or is it just par for the course? What's the last thing you bought when you were "supposed" to be working/studying? I do most of … Continue reading

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Making Progress

100_6989 Here's the first UFO I've managed to complete this month.  All that was needed was quilting and a binding. This kaleidoscope block was done in a Paula Nadelstern workshop I had at my shop in March 2006.  I have … Continue reading

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State of the Resolution

Thanks to my guild's UFO challenge and a weekend at quilt camp I've put some serious attention into completing my resolution. 1. Mike & Holly's wedding gift — quilt, bind. 2.  Double Wedding Ring — finish piecing, quilt, bind 3.  … Continue reading

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Hutchinson, KS

Earlier this week I was in Hutchinson, KS for my first out of state guild program and workshop.  I started in the morning doing the program for The Heart of Kansas Quilters. Heart of Kansas Quilters They had a very … Continue reading

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A new home for the buttons

While I was in Hutchinson, KS this weekend I had the opportunity to do a bit of antiquing.  I found this great jar to put my buttons in.  100_6956 I think most serious jar collectors would be very happy to … Continue reading

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