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Help! Opinions Wanted

So I’m in the middle of putting a new book together for spring market.  The first draft of the book is done.  Quilts are being made.  Patterns are being tested.  Patterns have already started being revised.  I am going back and forth on one of the quilts, and thought I would ask your opinion.  This…

Block Five Winners

My computer isn’t working well, so right to the winners. . . First, rockydog4! Second, kimmyb7! Email me your info.  Thanks everyone! Share

Block Six with Toby Lischko

This is one of those weeks where I say, “Thank heavens for a quilt along!”  I say this because the only time I made it to my sewing machine in the last two weeks is to make this quilt block.  So sad!  I got fabric in the mail yesterday for some of the quilts for…

Color of the Year

Last year I found out that Pantone names a color of the year every year.  Last year, the color of the year was turquoise.  I was surprised at how much turquoise I saw — especially in quilting. This year the honor of color of the year goes to Honeysuckle! Congratulations Honeysuckle!  HERE’s a link to…

Block Four Winners

Last night we did get back super late.  First we went to see my grandmother.  It felt like we were visiting santa.  I was there with some of my siblings so there was 15 little kids there.  They all took a turn sitting on grandma’s lap while my sister-in-law snapped photos.  Grandma made sure to…

Block Five with Cara Wilson

Hello!  Seems like it’s been forever.  I have a few pictures of some handmade Christmas gifts that didn’t get posted.  I’ll have to get to that later this week.  I ended up taking an impromptu 1600 mile drive (that’s round trip) over the weekend before Christmas to see my brother and his family before they…

Block Three Winners!

I guess today has been one of those days.  A moment ago I realized that I hadn’t posted winners that should have been posted this morning.  Sorry!  Guess you had a little extra time to get into the drawing.  I think I’m not the only one a little distracted.  There were half as many blocks…