The Brown Quilt

More progress on my brown quilt. ( Here is one of the dark blocks: Here is one of the light blocks: I have mixed feelings about how it is coming together. This is definitely one that I am reserving judgement on until quilted and bound.  Share

Block Nine Winners!

We have three winners for this round! First, the winner of Kari Ramsay’s book: pieta.ratcliff! Next, the winner of one of my magazines: VickiM35! And last but not least, the winner of my 2nd magazine: hdarin1967! Congratulations to the winners and to all the beautiful blocks showing up on flickr!  Winners, please email me at…

Block Ten with Kari Ramsay

Today is the day for Block 10!  Time just keeps marching on doesn’t it?  Our block today is from Kari Ramsay of Fresh Cut Quilts. Here’s a link to her blog: Kari has designed patterns for a while and has recently teamed up with Henry Glass for her first fabric line, Tidbits.  I am…

Australian Flood Update

I just received an update to the blocks that were sent to Australian Flood quilting siblings.  Here’s the link to the original post: The totals were astonishing — 9100 — 12″ blocks 75 quilt tops plus finished quilts Absolutely amazing!  I have always thought that quilters are among the most generous people.  Way to…

Progress on the Brown Quilt

With my brown Kona cotton fat quarter bundle, I decided to make the quilt on the cover of this magazine: I have been thinking about making a hexagon quilt for a while now.  These hexagons are large which makes it seem “do”able.  I also like how they are pieced differently than other hexagon quilts. …

The Day that Disappeared

Some days it seems like I am so productive and other days seem to just disappear.  Today was one of those days that disappeared.  Did your day disappear or was it just mine? What was I doing?  All I did was send in my proposal to teach at our Utah Quilt Guild Annual Quilt Festival….

Mystery Prizes

Just in case you were a little bit curious about the prizes that were passed out last week. . . . Hop over to Jovita’s blog and see what she sent: I sent another one of my pattern books.  I don’t remember which one.  My memory is like that. Share