Monthly Archives: March 2010

Happy Anniversary, Nina!

My mom is so cool.  Did you know that instead of an Easter basket each year, she had the Easter Bunny bring me a designer purse filled with lovely things like perfume, make up, coin purses, etc.?  (Added note: some … Continue reading

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Mystery Quilt/Mystery Quilting Design

I fell in love.  With Poppy by Laura Gunn for Michael Miller.  I mean really, though, who wouldn’t love these fabrics?  From the moment I saw these fabrics, I couldn’t wait to do something with them.  This weekend, I had … Continue reading

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My Kind of Neutrals

Another one finished! Last spring, when my sister-in-law got married, my mom and I hit the local quilt shops and ended up at The Rabbit’s Lair in Rogers, Arkansas. After falling in love with these fabrics because they are my … Continue reading

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Chirp!

Here’s another quilt.  I made this for Lizzy’s baby.  Remember Lizzy?  I made wonky squares for her.  Hopefully she doesn’t read the blog and this will be a surprise to her. The fabric came with a series of panels, which … Continue reading

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Sew & Tell- Totally Blue

Is this blue or what?  I really kind of like it.  I just might have to stash bust a few more quilts in other color schemes using this pattern:-) This took seven Class M bobbins to quilt.  Like, for real. … Continue reading

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Aggie Fever

Here’s a quilt my mom made from the jungle fever pattern, but we are calling it Aggie Fever (Texas A&M’s colors are maroon and maroon).  Mom hopped all over that end of the color wheel, and the result is gorgeous. … Continue reading

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A little bit inspired

You are never going to guess what I’ve done.  I’ve sewn up darn near all my fabric.  In fact, it pretty much fits all in one armoir.  For the first time in years! Oh, and this pile on the floor. … Continue reading

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