Monthly Archives: October 2010

Done!

I have finally finished piecing this quilt top.  I’m now thinking the mis-cuts I had on the triangles that forced me to rework the borders was a fortuitous event.  As pieced the quilt top is now 83″ x 107″ which … Continue reading

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Good Day Sewing

Tuesday morning I went to Joann’s to purchase more of the kokopeli fabric.  I had no trouble finding it, but on my way through the store I found about 10 yards worth of fall and Halloween fabric that were begging … Continue reading

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Bad Day Sewing

Yes, I have them.  Fortunately they don’t come too horribly often, but today I’m having a doozy. I decided that today was going to be the day to make the pieced borders I want for the top and bottom of … Continue reading

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Trees

My small group has chosen to take on a new series of challenges.  We’ve been inspired by another group’s art quilt challenge. Our group has 14 members, which does break the symmetry a bit, but like this other group we … Continue reading

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Fabulous Fractures

On Saturday I went down to Patchwork Place in Norman to teach my fractures class.  I had five very able students in my class. Each of them chose a beautiful piece of fabric I had never seen fractured before.  It’s … Continue reading

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Keeping Busy

This is the shelf where I keep the quilts of mine that are waiting to be quilted.  In order to qualify for residence on this shelf a top must not only be done, it must have backing fabric with it.  … Continue reading

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