Monthly Archives: July 2010

Input Needed

I got hooked on quarter-square triangles (aka bowties).  I sewed the blocks into little four-patches for simplicity. Ha!  Did I say “simplicity”?  WRONG!  I inadvertently pieced some backward.  This means I have a bit of ripping in my future.  Unless … Continue reading

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Spitting up in Style

It’s been too long, folks.  What have I been doing?  Well, a little of this… with these people…. My sister-in-law, brother-in-law, and nieces came in town, and boy did we have fun.  They were here a week, and I was … Continue reading

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Independence Day Shopping

You’re probably wondering what I bought during the Independence Day sale at Fabric.com.  I love shopping there because every time I click on over there, even more is on sale- and not just the old crappy stuff. Here we have … Continue reading

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Vintage Sheets

I just love vintage things, and I’ve been collecting some pieces for years.  Of  course, I never know what to do with them, but I have them anyway.  I’m going with the theory that one day Mars will align with … Continue reading

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Sock Monkey Love

Have you been to the Quilt Story blog?  Heather and Megan find quilts they like and post the stories behind them.  They started this because they saw so many cool quilts with great stories to tell, and wanted to provide … Continue reading

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Serious Sew-a-thon

Here’s what we did in two days plus one night.  No kidding. My friend Kim came in town for our own little quilting retreat here at my house, as we typically do about once every three weeks or month, and … Continue reading

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Doll Bedding

Poor Samantha.  This isn’t her doll bed, nor is it her bedding.  She’s just the model.  My nieces are coming to visit soon, and this is for one the older one.  We gave her an American Girl doll two years … Continue reading

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