Update on the Safelight Quilts

It was fun to go to the post office this week, as blocks are coming in for our Safelight Quilts. Not only blocks, but ready-to-quilt flimsies, plus two fully completed quilts!! These wonderful scrappy blocks were sent in by Joan Hannes. Thank you! Then, ten red and white blocks arrived from Carole Leaverton. This flimsy …

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Autumn Jubilee is Coming!

For the sixth year, I'll be hosting Autumn Jubilee the month of October. I've been working on getting some great giveaway prizes, designing projects and cooking up a new recipe. I have put all the rules and tips for entering the contests on a Rules and Notices page. See that page to be sure you …

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Sunday Chat

This week has just been so busy, with car club events, playing pickleball, quilt meetings and lunch with friends. It is no wonder that I have little accomplished in the sewing and crafting room for the week. On Thursday, I went to a quilt area meeting then stopped by the Quilts of Valor sew day. …

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Sunday Chat

It was a week of flitting from project to project. Somehow my concentration was a bit off. Early mornings were cool, but the days warmed up fast to hot and humid. On the bird feeder this week, a mom cardinal brought her son. You can see he is almost done molting his baby feathers and …

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Pardon me, has anyone seen my marbles?

I was sure I still had them, but apparently I had lost them. They were certainly missing when I got a phone call from a dear friend in a bind. The person in charge of publicity for our guild's Garden of Quilts show called my friend and quit a few minutes before my friend called …

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Needle and Pin Sharp Container

Isn't it always a pain to throw away a sharp needle or pin? I am sure this is one reason why I don't throw away bent pins. I keep sticking the bent ones back in the pin cushion, thinking I'll deal with it later. Wouldn't you know, the bent ones are the ones I keep …

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