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Posts Tagged "February 2009 Guest Blogger Month"

Darlene Carroll of Bee Sew Whimsical

Take a journey and visit Bee Sew Whimsical, a warm and friendly online store for all those that are whimsical at heart. We stock patterns for patchwork, appliqué, stitcheries, dolls, beaded jewelry, prim "needfuls" (notepads, handmade candle melts, linen sprays) and so much more is always buzzing into our hive. Owner of Bee Sew Whimsical […]

Posted: February 11th, 2009  

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Incorporating Silk Flowers into Your Quilts

Greetings Everyone! My name is Ebony Love, and I am the owner & artist of LoveBug Studios. I started my business about 4 years ago, and focus on custom quilts and other items. I really love trying out new techniques, one of which is my topic for today. I have also started blogging recently, which […]


Crazy Quilter Patricia Winter

My name is Patricia Winter and I live in Indiana near the Dunes of Lake Michigan where I gather mermaid tears (sea glass) and inspiration for my work. I am a crazy quilt addict and enjoy stitching in my garden every chance I get. I have always been crafty and since childhood, I’ve collected old […]

Posted: February 10th, 2009  

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Quilt-Along with Judy Laquidara

Thanks Michele for inviting me to be a guest blogger. I’m so glad I found your site! I’ve been quilting for three decades (and saying that makes me feel very old!) While wasting away a lunch hour one day, I came across a little quilt shop, went in and . . my world was forever […]

Posted: February 10th, 2009  

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Anne Maundrell in Brunei

Thank you Michele for including me in your guest blogger spot and I hope that people will be interested to read a little about quilting in the tropics. I am originally from England but have lived overseas for many years. For the last fourteen years I have been living in Brunei which is a tiny […]

Posted: February 9th, 2009  

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Caron Mosey

In 1983, I wrote my first quilting book, America’s Pictorial Quilts, on an Atari computer. It was not connected to the Internet because the Internet did not exist, and everything I wrote was saved on a cassette tape that was connected to the computer. It was a tedious process. Because of the lack of an […]

Posted: February 9th, 2009  

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Lights, Camera, Action on Quilting Arts TV by Virginia Spiegel

My adventure in the world of TV started with a request from Pokey Bolton of Quilting Arts to tape a small segment for Season 3 of Quilting Arts TV. Pokey and the producers of Quilting Arts TV planned to tape right at the Make It University area of the International Quilt Festival in Chicago. Since […]

Posted: February 8th, 2009  

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Eileen Casey Gianiodis

For me, quilting has always been about connections – connecting pieces of fabric with other fabric and trying to make it perfectly square again. I’m kidding. The absurdity, however, of cutting fabric into pieces, then being upset when they aren’t square after being sewn together with a kind-of-quarter-inch seam is not lost on me. What […]

Posted: February 8th, 2009  

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Becky Olsen

“It’s the year of the quilt!” That phrase has rolled off my tongue time and time again for the few months. I just started quilting early last summer and have loved every stinking moment of it. Sure there are a lot of new terms I had to get used to, and sure I get nerved […]

Posted: February 7th, 2009  

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Laurie Breadmore, Quilting Around the World

Hi, I am Laurie Breadmore I have been residing in Dubai for 2 yrs and have just returned to Rotorua, New Zealand. “I really don’t remember the first piece I stitched. My mother stitched doing embroidery, quilting and crochet, and she also did all manner of crafts and household stitching from whenever I could remember. […]

Posted: February 7th, 2009  

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Free Twirl Skirts Pattern from YouCanMakeThis.com

As crafters, we know how fun and satisfying it is to make and give a handmade present, especially when the recipient is a child. Remembering back to our own girlhoods, some of our most cherished gifts were handmade clothes for our beloved dollies. Whether they were made by moms, grandmas, aunts, or even purchased from […]

Posted: February 6th, 2009  

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Color Mastery Blog Tour

Michele, thanks for hosting me at Quilting Gallery for the fifth stop on my two-week blog tour! I’m Maria Peagler, award-winning quilter and author, and I’m excited to premiere my new video tutorial here and introduce my revolutionary new way of approaching color in quilting from my eighth book: Color Mastery: 10 Principles for Creating […]

Posted: February 6th, 2009  

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