Viewing entries posted in August 2019

Make a Quilt Label for Printing

Posted by on 20 August 2019 | 0 Comments

bargello blues label exampleMost people have Microsoft Office on their computer, but unless you purchased it with your computer, you may not so I decided to add a tutorial for those who haven't. You can download OpenOffice which is similar to Microsoft Office for free and it may not be quite as good, but it does just as good a job when it comes to making a quilt label... and in some cases is better for some things.

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August Applique

Posted by on 13 August 2019 | 0 Comments

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The flower for August is Gladiolus - such a beautiful flower in so many colors. When I made my collection of flowers, I definitely included a gladys as we often call them, but this week I decided to make a second block using pink instead of my original red.

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Quilts for the City of Atlanta

Posted by on 12 August 2019 | 0 Comments

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Happy to say that Elizabeth Barton, one of our teachers, has recently had several quilts purchased by the City of Atlanta for their public libraries...  including an abstract quilt. Elizabeth has two abstract quilt classes one of which is Abstract Art for Quiltmakers (starts Friday) that focusses on women abstract painters. The class covers a lot of ground for there are many different kinds of abstraction

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Applique Isn't Just for Quilts

Posted by on 6 August 2019 | 0 Comments

My jeans have been annoying me for a while. You see, I splashed a little detergent of some sort on them and it blenched a white spot in the middle of my thigh so now every time I wear them, I feel like they are dirty! Probably no one else notices, but I certainly do.

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