Quilting Is Good For You

Quilting is Good for You

I know I'm not alone in enjoying the company of TV or DVDs when I quilt. Lately my favorites have been the first seasons of Ugly Betty (so sweet!) Veronica Mars (so sassy!) and the BBC miniseries Little Dorrit (ah,…

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I Crack Me Up.

I crack me up.

Yesterday, about halfway through the day, I realized that I my outfit coordinated exactly with this baby quilt I made a while back: I made this quilt last summer as part of Old Red Barn Co's quilt along.  The turquoise…

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craft hope for Haiti

Did you know that in the wake of natural disasters, the best help comes from organizations like Unicef and Doctors without Borders? Studies show that they are many times more effective than the military in helping in these situations. So,…

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Achoo!

Achoo!

Yesterday,some fat eighths of Anna Maria Horner's new fabric line "Little Folks" arrived in my mailbox.  I had won them from Pink Chalk Studio...what a lovely treat! Since these fabrics are in colors I'm not likely to use in a…

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Books On A Shelf

Books on a Shelf

I don’t think of working on multiple quilts at the same time as having “balls in the air.”  Because it is not a pressure situation for me, I’m not juggling them, I’m just enjoying them.  No, it is more like…

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Fabric Favorites Oh-nine

fabric favorites oh-nine

Kim over at True Up just posted a fabric meme.  2009 favorites.  Oooo…I like to talk fabric.  Following her categories, here are my favorites: 1. Favorite Quilting Weight  Cotton Collection: Good Folks by Anna Maria Horner. I rarely like more…

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Mmm….linen Curtain

mmm….linen curtain

When I first moved into this apartment, there was no curtain for the front window.  So, as a temporary measure, I clipped up a wide piece of muslin. Four years later it was still there. Unsightly, no? I'll keep it…

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