Monthly Archive: April 2017

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Under My Needle – To-Do Tuesdays

What’s under your needle?  Here’s a few projects that I have going and I thought you might like to see how far along we are on them.  This goes along with the current project...

Blue Gray Queen Size Quilt 3

Blue Gray Queen Size Quilt

We have two queen size quilts on our project list, and originally both were going to be made from the Simply Woven pattern that has been discussed several times (see Current Project #1 article).  I...

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Snap-Close Bag Tutorial

November, 2018 update:  I am sorry to report that the Deedle & Thread website isn’t operational any longer.  Here is a link to another, similar bag using a tape measure.  I apologize for the...

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Patterns and Models at IQF

For our third article on the International Quilt Festival that we attended last Saturday in Rosemont, IL, I would like discuss the models we saw and some of the patterns we purchased.   We...

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Sewing Machines at IQF

During our visit to the International Quilt Festival, I got a chance to look at several different models of sewing machines.  I think most brands were represented and accounted for, although I looked at...

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International Quilt Festival Visit

Sue and I visited the Chicago International Quilt Festival in Rosemont, Illinois on the last day of the three day show.  Although it was the final day, vendors were still energetic, friendly and happy...

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Patchwork Potholders Tutorial

Sherri from A Quilting life shared these cute potholders recently, and I thought they were just too nice to not be shared with everyone.  If you click here, it will take you directly to her .pdf...

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Pre-printed Panels to Quilt

Sue’s niece and her husband are expecting their first baby in about five months, and I have started buying just about anything baby-related that I think is cute.  Sue is a huge Beauty and...

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Current Project List Update

Thankfully, our current project list is always changing.  Since I’ve started writing this blog, I have exposed myself to more opportunities for quilting – from visiting quilt shops much more frequently, reading other quilting...