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Quiltcon Yesterday and Today

I’m off to Austin for Quiltcon and I’m so excited!  This is the second Quiltcon to have happened and I went two years ago and can’t wait for this one to start.  I never even blogged about the last Quiltcon … Continue reading

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The Giant Innocent Crush Quilt (With a Little Loulouthi Thrown In Too)

Seriously people, it’s big.  I’m not even sure you can call it a quilt since it’s more like a bed spread.  (And what is the actual difference?) At 100h x 188w, she’s the biggest quilt I’ve made by far and … Continue reading

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A Third WIP…Chambray and Shot Cottons

And here we are with yet another quilt that started out quick and dirty and is now just sitting on my cutting table. I look at it often since I adore these solids so much. There are a couple of … Continue reading

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More UFO’s Than Roswell (& Crop Circles Aren’t Far Off…)

True confessions: In my quilting, I am a terrific starter. I gather fabrics and cut strips or squares like a pro. I am especially good at making half-completed quilts. I need to get an official count, but I think I … Continue reading

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