Linda M. Poole teaches us how she puts together one of her a quilt class kits. I had never realized, nor appreciated, how much work goes into make a kit. So much planning and careful attention to detail. Thanks Linda
BOB = Beginner’s Only Block (swap) BOM = Block of the Month DSM = Domestic Sewing Machine DWR = Double Wedding Ring FART = Fabric Aquisition Road Trip FIU = Finish It Up FQ = Fat Quarter HST = Half-Square
Judy’s just posted her latest FREE stash busting project. She’ll post the next steps every few days. Isn’t it gorgeous! I love it. The idea is to use up stash, so you can make room for more pretty fabrics. Be
As you can see, lots of changes around here. There are still a few areas to clean up, and more changes to come next week for the Quilt Shop Locator.
Check out the gorgeous hats I made for Judy and I to wear at Market. All they need is a little bit of ribbon added so they can be tied under our chin. I’m sure we’ll be a great hit.
Hope you have a wonderful holiday spent with family and loved ones… and lots of chocolate!
There are days/weeks when time just seems to move way too quickly. I’ve been working on preparations for attending Spring Market next month and a new version of this web site, which I think you’re going to *love*. It’s cleaner,
Katy Allgeyer from Feng Shui By Fishgirl created this very unique necktie quilt using her boyfriend’s unused neckties. What a great idea to repurpose the neckties into something unique and colourful.