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Fun Back Packs for Summer or for School

A month or so ago I made some backpacks I forgot to share.  With some minor changes, they would be fun for school.  My family has gotten into triathlons.  Most of my siblings and spouses do one or two of the short ones each year.  Some of our children are getting old enough to want…

Finishing Instructions

Here’s my finished quilt top: Yeah!!!  It’s size is 58″ x 72″  here are the instructions to make your quilt this size: Cutting Instructions: 1)  From the background/sashing fabric, cut 12 — 2 1/2″ strips. 2)  Take 6 of the 2 1/2″ strips and cut them into 17 — 2 1/2″ x 12 1/2″ sashing…

Another Drawing for Jelly Roll Participants

If you have made at least ONE block in this Jelly Roll Sampler Quilt Along, please comment to this post.  If you have a friend who is not computer savvy, and you have been giving her/him instructions, post a comment for that person. I want to get a better idea of how many have been…

Jelly Roll Schedule

Alright, now to answer some burning questions.  Or rather, one burning question, “What now?” 1)  Tomorrow, Wednesday, August 4th, I will post the finishing instructions.  I will show you three or four layouts.  2)  There will be a drawing in two weeks from the Flickr Pool for those finishing block 12.  That drawing will be…

The Last Block, but not the Last Winners

We have two more winners this morning!  First we have the winner of the prize from Scott Hansen of Blue Nickel Studios: stefgaul! and the winner of my jelly roll: magentaleaves! As always, winners have been notified through FlickrMail.  Please email me through Flickr or directly at kluckau@moosequilts.com with your mailing address! Share

Sewn Spaces Giveaway

Okay, so I should keep this quiet, but I am a quilter and quilter’s are nice people.  I have recently fallen in love with Joel Dewberry’s fabric.  I made this quilt: out of Deer Valley.  It is in my newest book, Simply Charming Kids, that I was just reminded isn’t available for purchase on my…

Block Twelve with Scott Hansen

Block Twelve! WOW! All of a sudden that happened quickly. We’ve got a great last block for you. It was designed by Scott Hansen of Blue Nickel Studios. Scott and I “met” in a way that only quilters could meet.  One of my quilting friends did a doll quilt swap and Scott was her swap…