Not the best pictures, but I did manage to get a few of the Snowbirds flying over centretown in Ottawa, pre-Canada Day celebrations tomorrow. Photos taken from my balcony.
Quick stats: Total submissions: 11 Total countries: 2 Total provinces: 1 Total states: 9 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. 50th AnniversaryBy: Gloria’s life in fabric, California, USA Photos and fabric images of things Gloria
Please join me in welcoming guest blogger Angela Magnan as she shares her quilting journey with us. Plus, check below for a "HOT" give-away from Angela. Angela doesn’t have a blog yet, but you can email her. Thanks Angela for
This weekend, I finished the last stitches on the Floral Delight applique from the Lancaster class I took with Linda M. Poole. Linda teaches a freezer paper and glue stick method of applique. Draw your shapes on freezer paper and
Email is now working. However, if you sent me something this morning (Friday), I probably did not get it if I haven’t answered you. Please resend. Thanks for your patience and understanding!
Quick stats: Total submissions: 11 Total countries: 4 Total provinces: 1 Total states: 8 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. Aaron’s Nursery Rhyme QuiltBy: Wanda Robinson, Oklahoma, USA It began 18 yrs ago. Took 2
Quick stats: Total submissions: 11 Total countries: 5 Total provinces: 1 Total states: 7 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. Balloon ride at sunriseBy: Austin M, Australia This is a wall hanging made by Austin
Please join me in welcoming guest blogger Jan Donley as she walks us through her method for machine appliqué. Thanks Jan for being a guest here at the Quilting Gallery. I love appliqué quilts but I do not enjoy doing
My blogless friend, Sandie taught me her version of needle-turn applique while I was with her during our trip to Spring Market (blog posts coming soon, I promise!). Here’s my first attempt. A bright and cheerful sunflower. I plan to
My first hand-dyed fabrics, ready to go into the wash for final rinsing and setting. Can’t wait until I can see them dry. Boysenberry and turquoise Fuchsia and golden yellow Dark grey and intense blue Brightest green and sun yellow