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Wrap Up for the Second Half of Guest Blogger Month

In case you’ve missed any, here’s a list of all the fabulous guest bloggers for the second half of Guest Blogger Month. Here’s the wrap up for the first half of the month. Shawn Bailey Shannon Menninger Annie Unrein of Patterns by Annie Pam Holland Deborah (Stout) Brine Susie Monday Kimberly Wulfert Kathleen Murphy rachel […]

Posted: March 2nd, 2009  

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Phyllis Dobbs

My daily life is filled with quilts and fabrics as a designer of both. But my love of quilts and fabrics began many years ago. It seems like I have always been drawn to needlecraft. My earliest memories are filled with sewing of some kind – including a shoebox of small doll clothes that I […]

Posted: February 28th, 2009  

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Debbie Maddy

Hello everyone, My name is Debbie Maddy and I live in a small town in north Texas with my husband of 38 years. We have two grown sons. Probably like many of you, I learned to sew as a young girl. I did all kinds of needlework and was a garment sewer until 1982 when […]

Posted: February 28th, 2009  

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Elizabeth Hawkins, Lizzie B Cre8ive

How fun to be part of all the guest bloggers this month! But oh my goodness, what to write? Beth and I are partners of the pattern company Lizzie B Cre8ive. We’ve been in the pattern biz for 3 years, but have been quilters, of course, for much much longer than that. The fun part […]

Posted: February 27th, 2009  

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Sue Hauser, Alderwood Quilts

Welcome to my blog! My name is Sue Hauser and I was thrilled when Michele asked me to be a guest blogger. I am the owner of Alderwood Quilts, which is an internet quilt shop. I live in Oregon in the foothills of the coast range, where we have a small lavender farm in addition […]

Posted: February 27th, 2009  

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Lesley Riley

What fun to be a guest blogger on Quilting Gallery. My name is Lesley Riley. I am a life-long resident of the Washington DC area, mother of 6, grandmother of 5. I began quilting in 1971, a baby quilt for my first born. You might think that by now all my children and grandchildren have […]

Posted: February 26th, 2009  

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Shirley Paterson

I am really pleased that I have been invited to become a "Guest Blogger". I have been interested in creating different types of art work ever since I was a child. I taught watercolour and oils here in Calgary for 20 years and then branched out into fabric painting. I have also done a number […]

Posted: February 26th, 2009  

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Holly Elam

Hi, my name is Holly Elam. I live in north west Alabama. I am a stay at home mom of three rambunctious boys. Who definitely keep me on my toes. A lot of people wonder where I find the time for making quilts. I wonder sometimes too. Thankfully the baby takes naps and my husband […]

Posted: February 25th, 2009  

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Debbie MacLeod

My name is Debbie MacLeod and I live in Island Lake, Alberta, Canada. My blog shares my quilting projects and my website showcases my quilting business. I am excited to be a guest blogger – thanks, Michele, for the opportunity! I have been piecing quilts since 1990, have been machine quilting my own quilts since […]


Cary Kornegay

Hi! I am so grateful for the opportunity to share a few memories with you! I grew up in a family full of talented women. My mother is a brilliant florist- she takes a simple flower and turns it into a memory. Flowers are an important part of our lives. They were sent to our […]

Posted: February 24th, 2009  

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Fabric Storage Thoughts from Benita Skinner of Victoriana Quilt Designs

Timing (or ‘life’) often plays in our decisions. When I received this guest post invitation (Thank You Michele!), I happened to be converting my storage system for my fabric stash & offering Stash-busting pattern ideas as my free Block of the Month on my site Victoriana Quilt Designs. Collecting fabric for a stash and interest […]

Posted: February 24th, 2009  

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Terri Thayer, Author and Quilter

My journey, from quiltmaking to writing novels about quilters, started at the library. I’ve always been a voracious reader, so it was a natural place for me to learn about quilting. Twenty-five years ago, I checked out a book on quilt making. There were few quilting books being printed back then, and only one or […]

Posted: February 24th, 2009  

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