Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Verdict

The pink & white damask won the poll!  67% of you selected that option.  It was a bit of a pain since it is directional, but I love the result.  I offset the damask with an electric lime. It was … Continue reading

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Border Consultation

Have you seen this button floating around? I’m so glad that Rossie started this movement, and I hope it spreads quickly because I need to discuss my quilting process regularly.  You see, I make decisions by talking it out.  Talking … Continue reading

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Heavy Heart

I haven’t felt like blogging this week.  A girl I went to school with K-12 was in a car accident with her two children and husband.  One of her daughters, Emma, age 8, did not survive.  Here we are a … Continue reading

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Clickity Click

Look, people– it happens.  You know the drill.  Sure, I was on a fabric diet, but sometimes, we deviate from the plan.  I have a few quilts I’ve been commissioned to make, so what’s a girl to do. Of course, … Continue reading

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Roll call?

Did you make the jump?  If so, thank you!  I’ll be posting again before you know it.  My week has been consumed with figuring out how to buy my domain, hosting, moving everything over here to my new place, blah, … Continue reading

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Stimulated Economy

I did a bit of shopping.  But I have excuses. Have you tried to find any of this lately?  Nope.  Not hardly available unless you want canvas or the new line Pure. One thing I’ve learned is that you MUST … Continue reading

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Wonky WIP

Here’s what I’m working on now, but I still have three more rows to stick up there.  Thinking about white sashing– what do you think?  Once again, sorry for only taking pics at midnight.  I must find better lighting.

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