Monthly Archives: October 2010

Once upon a time…

Meet Ethan.  He’s a regular storyteller at the age of 5. and here is his house.  Looks like a nice home, equipped with pumpkins on the porch– perfect for the week before Halloween. and here’s our precious boy with his … Continue reading

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Halloween Contest

I stumbled across this and quickly posted my pic on Flickr.  I love Halloween quilts!  Maybe next year for Christmas, all my people will get Halloween Quilts.  Weird, but I think my people will love it! http://www.genxquilters.com/2010/10/spooky-quilt-contest-2010.html

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Bee Blocks

I’ve been behind on my bee blocks.  Does this happen to you?  I could kick myself, but two people in a row chose something that I knew just had to be appliqued.. which is not my strong suit.  I love … Continue reading

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Zipper Leaders

Lookie!  I bought zipper leaders.  I did install them, but that doesn’t mean I know what I’m doing yet.  Do any of you use them?  I found that I sat while pinning the backing to the belly bar, but then … Continue reading

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Christmas Deadlines

I haven’t been blogging, but I have a good reason.  I’ve quilted three quilts and bound (by hand) two in the last week.  I’ve caught up on my bee blocks, and I’m motivated to keep on moving forward with my … Continue reading

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Brenda’s Red Barn

I told you I ran off for a weekend of quilting (right down the road from PW!), and I know you just have to hear all about it.   Trust me, you need to call Brenda to book your retreat!  Now.  … Continue reading

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San Antonio Modern Quilt Guild

Just a reminder– tonight we have a meeting at 7pm at Las Colchas.  Everyone is welcome, regardless of age or style of quilting. Bring your block of the month, if you made one. Bring 2 gallon-size ziplock baggies of scraps– … Continue reading

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