Sunday Chat

We were housebound for four days this past week, which meant a lot of projects were either finished or new ones begun. A few Zoom calls took up a bit of time, and I got a bit more progress on the epic historical novel I'm currently reading. Just before the snow started, I got this …

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Finishing the Rainbow Quilt

When I left off showing this rainbow quilt for Safelight, I had the top assembled and ready to go on the longarm. Every one of these blocks was sent in by readers. Thank you for your support of this project. So, now I need a backing. I had this fabulous shooting star fabric, and I …

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All Those Last Minute Details

Wow, it is just a few days to Christmas, where has this year gone? December comes in with such anticipation, and then I run out of time. Thankfully, the decorating is much simpler now, with carloads going to the thrift store and not having every horizontal surface in the house covered in Christmas. I finished …

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In the Sewing Room This Week

In the sewing room, I am making some progress on the quilt projects in progress. My friend Kathleen returned the quilt that she quilted and I needed to add the binding to finish it. With all the colors in the quilt top, I decided on a yellow tone on tone for the binding. Putting it …

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Working on Safelight Quilts

Thanks to wonderful readers, I have several Safelight quilts in process right now. The mountain peaks quilt is coming off the frame soon with maybe two more passes yet to do. I've just been too busy with holiday fun to get it finished. But, when I had a bit of time here and there to …

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On the Frame and on the Feeder

On the frame this week is the mountain peaks quilt top assembled from reader's blocks in red and white. The backing is this wonderful wide fabric Henry Glass print donated by Christine at Backside Fabrics for the project. It was loaded with the Hobbs poly batting that our guild area purchased with their charity batting …

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