Monthly Archives: August 2011

Slow learner I guess–part 1

Not my happiest quilting tale-but plenty of PROCESS. I really enjoyed hand piecing these tumbling stars.  While I was working on them, I started experimenting with dyeing because I was seeing such lovely snow-dyed mandalas on several blogs and wanted … Continue reading

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Mom’s rectangle quilts

Before Jules’ illness, we traveled quite a bit.  When we were away, I liked to leave my mom with a project to occupy her time in our absence.  I would cut and press while she sewed.  Then I would baste … Continue reading

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History (2006) intersects with present

My quilting and blogging have been on the back burner for a few months but a recent road trip has stirred my interest again.  I had a trunk load of heavy items I wanted to deliver to Jules’ children and … Continue reading

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