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Block Seven Winners!

More winners today, hooray! First of all, we have THREE winners from Mary Anne Ciccotelli!  If you are one of the lucky winners of Mary Anne’s hexapins, let me know what color you want along with your mailing address and flickr name.  She made them and has most colors.  (I will forward your email on…

Block Eight with Mary Anne Ciccotelli

Block Eight!  Hooray!  Hooray!  Hope you can take a break from shovelling snow and get to the sewing machine.  Mary Anne has a fun block for us today.  It practically sews itself together!  So let’s give Mary Anne a big hello and get started! Hi – My name is Mary Anne Ciccotelli and I have lived…

Fun Packages

I have been getting lots of fun packages lately getting my latest book ready.  I try to get what I can locally, but sometimes I just have to order it.  If you look behind the box, there’s a sneek peek at one of the quilts in the book.  You may recognize Central Park by Kate…

Quilt Finish — and a Binding Follow Up

I finished a quilt!  One of those just because quilts.  When I was in Sioux City last year, I picked up a jelly roll — flannels.  One of the vendors was setting it out as she was setting up.  I immediately picked it up.  I may have even picked it up out of the box it…

Australian Flood

If you haven’t joined the relief movement yet, this may be one way you might join in.  As a long arm quilter, I belong to a yahoo group called Statler Sisters.  We received this note from Wilma, one of our “siblings.” My dear Statler sisters and brothers. As you know my little town of Carisbrook…

Block Six Winners!

Lots of winners today, horray! First off we have three winners from Celine Perkins.  These three have won a Perfect Piecing Seam Guide! The first winner is: silvered moon! The second winner is: knit demon! The third winner is: iambuzzysma! Then the fourth winner, who wins 2 charm packs from me is: amandomo511! Congratulations!  Email…

Block Seven with Celine Perkins

Here we are with block seven!  I’m not sure if I can believe it.  So, first off, for inquiring minds — I went with the rust — the border was meant to pop and the mustard blended rather than popped — so glad you liked the rust!  (The mustard really went well with the fabric,…