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Summer Class Work

This summer I took a class with my friend Sandy through the Virginia Consortium of Quilters. The Consortium meets four times a year, twice in person and twice via Zoom. The meeting for this class was in Culpeper, VA. I … Continue reading

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A Puzzling Quandry

One of my favorite quilting buddies and I visited a local quilt shop a few months ago. It was my first time in the shop. Our area has five independent quilt shops which is a wealth of inspiration. All the … Continue reading

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Fun and Done – Charity Quilting and a New Flag

I’ve been putzing away the summer, doing a little of this and a little of that. Making a few blocks on this quilt, and then changing direction and working on another project. It’s my work style. But the problem is … Continue reading

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Same Pattern – Two Executions

It never ceases to amaze me how the exact same pattern can look so different by switching the fabrics. Several years this pattern was introduced to me while I was on retreat with my sister Terry. One of her buddies … Continue reading

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Frocktails with Richmond Really Sews

Last week I did a thing. I hadn’t done this in a very very long time. But before I could do the “thing”, I had to finish something. For several weeks I’d been following a group on Facebook called Richmond … Continue reading

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Just DO IT… Changing Direction

This week is the final challenge of Project Quilting Season 13. The prompt was “Flying Geese”. First, I looked for some foundations I had purchased a couple of years ago from Alison Glass. They were nowhere to be found in … Continue reading

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Rhythm & Repetition is a Wrap

How’s that for alliteration! Sunday I was waiting for the challenge to drop and when it did…well the only thing I could come up with was “wash rinse repeat”. I read some the articles provided with the challenge and that … Continue reading

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Dazzling Diamonds

This girl was late to the party. But what an exciting entrance! The inspiration for this weeks Project Quilting was diamonds. As in the shape of a diamond, or as hard as a diamond or…well there was plenty to work … Continue reading

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Kitchen Influence PQ13.3

This week on Project Quilting the prompt was “Kitchen Influence”. I love this as there is so much to do with the kitchen that is inspiring from food as art to food as ingredients to flavor profiles, to…and the beat … Continue reading

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PQ13.2

Sunday the challenge was revealed for this week and it is “In Silhoutte”. There was encouragement and a few wonderful examples and definitions of “Silhoutte”. This is when I wished I had had my children, or even my grandchildren done … Continue reading

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