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<a href="">Baby Quilt for a Teacher</a>

A Quilt For Teacher

Normally, I don’t do much for teacher gifts –  a little potted basil with a family recipe is my go-to. However, some teachers are just so amazing and loving that you want to do a little more, and when you have the perfect charm pack in your stash, and Amazing Teacher is expecting a baby, a baby […]

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<a href="">Color bar Quilt</a>

Color Bar Quilt

I’m all fired up to finally share this quilt I made for Andy. Only a couple of peeks were shown on Instagram, and Andy had no clue this was waiting for him under the tree Christmas morning, which was pretty fun. Andy is a ” Creative Director of Video Production” and his MFA is in video […]

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Rose Quilt In Progress - 9 Patches for Disappearing 9 Patch Quilt -

The Rose Quilt – 9 Patches

I post so many pictures of my “in progress” projects on Instagram/Facebook/Twitter that I feel silly writing “Work In Progress” posts.  I like recording the process for future reference and reminiscing though, like I did with Duncan’s Roads Quilt. (more…)

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A “Rose Quilt” for Gianna

I have been promising Gianna a quilt since I finished Duncan’s. I had promised myself (and her) that I would purchase the fabric after I had released the Mommy Poppins Bag pattern. It’s always nice to reward hard work with pretty fabric isn’t it? Gianna has a sweet romantic heart and adores roses and pretty […]

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I Spy Hexagon Quilt (WIP) -

Hexagon I Spy Quilt: Keep on stitchin’

Spring Weather = plenty of Hand Stitching Time in the yard while the kids play. So much time, in fact, that I have all 56 hexagons attached to the quilt (some are not sewn all the way on yet). It certainly went faster than expected.  I think it needs just three more hexagons on the […]

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