Monthly Archives: May 2011

I see London, I see France

I quilted on someone’s underpants. What? You don’t see the undies? I love making t-shirt quilts, and quilting them is fun because they are so interesting.  One of my clients made this quilt for a family who had saved her … Continue reading

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Feathers Old and New

I’ve done a bit of reflecting on my longarming.  One thing is that I know I have come a long way.  This is a quilt that a friend made for another friend’s retirement, and I thought it needed feathers in … Continue reading

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My stolen idea was stolen

I thought I was clever because I stole an idea from my mom’s quilting circle.  Every time they get together, they bring their 100% cotton sewing “trash.” And this sewing trash, along with some fabric, gets quickly turned into a … Continue reading

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Tokyo Subway Swap

I only thought I was a tech person.  My computer has been sitting on my office desk DEAD for a week or two.  When I pushed the button to turn it on, it just flashed a red light at me.  … Continue reading

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Feeling Fancy

I made a business card with a picture that I took with my very own camera.  Yes, I’m feeling fancy.

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Cherry Popover

I don’t have my own little girl, so when I feel the need to sew girlie things, I sew for my friend Denise’s daughter.  Denise and I have been friends since kindergarten, grew up on the same street, and have been … Continue reading

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Jellyroll 1600

Those of you in blogland probably know about Jellyroll 1600, don’t you?  If you don’t, go take a peek.  We decided to have this as an optional activity at our guild retreat.  And it was fun.  Our winner, Allison, finished … Continue reading

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