Free Form Cutting is Just One Thing You'll Learn

Posted by on 2 April 2020 | 0 Comments

The Six Hour Quilt class focus is on the most straightforward and fun way to make a unique quilt based on your own ideas. Elizabeth Barton tried it out on two people who had never quilted before...and one who had made only one quilt following a traditional pattern. Here are some of the results!

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First Week Update

Posted by on 1 April 2020 | 0 Comments

I'm struggling to work on my journal each day so some days might just be recording or nothing at all as I take on my new additional role of helping with homeschooling my granddaughters.... and although this can be fun and rewarding, it is also draining and tiring.... and that's on a good day!

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A March Signature Block

Posted by on 30 March 2020 | 1 Comments

This month's block has been delayed until now, and even then, it wasn't the block I planned. When I get started with these things, they seem to run wild in my head and get more detailed by the minute...  So I put my detailed block on hold for a month or two and went with something a little simpler, well so I thought...

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The First Official Day of Lockdown

Posted by on 26 March 2020 | 1 Comments

Well, here we are... last night at midnight we were officially in lockdown. My plan is to do updates, not every day but at least once or twice each week. I do hope to spend 15 minutes each day working on some part or page of a journal and my blog posts will be a great way to record it.... a diary almost. I'm taking it one day at a time so expect changes, thoughts, and ideas along this journey.

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4 Weeks in Lockdown

Posted by on 24 March 2020 | 4 Comments

As our country goes into lockdown, it seems a scary time ahead. It sure is a weird feeling but I feel fortunate to have family close by, plenty of crafts to keep me occupied, an online business to help others keep occupied, fiber internet to keep connected, and food in the pantry.

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Posted by on 9 March 2020 | 2 Comments

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When it comes to quilters, or crafters in general, most do more than just one craft. They often include at least one other they like to do so today I thought I'd mention just a few of the other crafts I've been doing lately.

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A lasting work of art is both beautiful AND intriguing

Posted by on 4 March 2020 | 0 Comments

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A lasting work of art is both beautiful AND intriguing.... abstraction is the way to go!!!

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Tips for Constructing a Bargello

Posted by on 2 March 2020 | 0 Comments

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This week I've been working on my new Bargello. As you may remember a few weeks ago I talked about the fabric colors I was going to use which turned out to be a split complementary colorway.... so here's my progress report with a few tips for constructing a Bargello.

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Elizabeth's Scrap Quilting - a superb idea!

Posted by on 24 February 2020 | 1 Comments

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Elizabeth Barton has always been a lover of scrap quilts.... however not of tedious cutting out of specific shapes and pattern matching.... instead, she came up with a very different way of approaching the use of scraps.

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Foundation Pieced Christmas Block

Posted by on 23 February 2020 | 0 Comments

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This month is fast coming to an end and I realize I haven't made my Christmas block! Since I enjoyed working with EQ last month, I decided I would use it again but this time to create a foundation pieced block. I was thinking along the lines of a Christmas tree so I played around and came up with this block...

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