Quilter's Corner

Tea and Art: Saw Tooth Star

Fun With My Grandchildren Tea & Art is an activity I participate in with my oldest daughter and her three children. During the school year we make an attempt to get together on as many Tuesdays as possible. Sometimes the event is carried through into the summer. Let’s Do It At My House! I volunteered …

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Memory Quilt # 1 for Jason

One of the creative ladies that frequently requests my longarm quilting services recently sent me a message. One of her friends had lost a loved one to brain cancer. Being the thoughtful person that she is Deb felt a tugging on her heart to design two memory quilts; one for the mother and one for …

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Pretty In Pink

A New Customer Being connected to social media and a local quilt guild recently gave me the opportunity to acquire a new customer. A message was posted on the quilt guild’s page asking for recommendations for a longarm quilter. One of the guild members posted a list of known vendors. My name was included in …

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Sunflowers For Me!

Sunflowers have always been my favorite flower. I find their large, cheerful, yellow petals totally irresistible. Passing by a bouquet or a field filled with sunflowers is cause to make my head turn. While visiting a local farmer’s market one day I walked past a farm stand with bouquets of plate sized flowers. I was …

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Springtime in the Garden Mini Quilt

Stitch & Slash Just because I am a quilter doesn’t mean it is the only thing I like to do. I’ve been a student of several Craftsy Classes. One of my all-time favorites is Stitch & Slash by Carol Ann Waugh. To-date I have successfully used the knowledge I gained to make two wall hangings. …

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Special Olympics Raffle Quilt

An Opportunity Long, long time ago my husband’s co-worker asked if I would be interested in making a fundraiser tee-shirt quilt. The subject of the quilt was the Special Olympics World’s Largest Convoy. At the time I was already swamped with piles of projects waiting for my attention. Unfortunately I had to take a pass …

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Fairy Princess Quilt

Quilts for children are always so fun to work with. The subject matter is often whimsical and light-hearted. Often the main focus or center of the quilt is a pre-printed panel. I recently had the pleasure of working with an item for a little girl. From the photos you will see that his quilt was …

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Block of the Month Quilt

The modern quilt guild I belong to offers a monthly block of the month pattern to all interested members. The pattern and suggested fabric colors are chosen by one individual. Typically my schedule is jammed so full of activities that I seldom participate. On one rare occasion I found myself with time to spare. I …

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Sandy’s Quilt

Not long after moving into our new home my friend Sandy asked me to quilt her project. Sandy creates beautiful quilts using her embroidery machine. This particular quilt was part of a challenge and would eventually be entered into a competition. Sandy used a pallet of colors commonly displayed during the Christmas season. To enhance …

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Four Score Quilt

One of my favorite quilt shops, Life’s A Stitch, closed recently. When the news first came out I was absolutely shocked and at the same time completely heartbroken. Through my patronage of their establishment I had grown fond of the employees. So much so that I almost felt like we were friends. The owner of …

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