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The Rules of Quilting

And she said Flowers are red young man Green leaves are green There's no need to see flowers any other way Than the way they always have been seen Harry Chapin Flowers are Red https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cVpkzZpDBA The other day the topic of Community came up on the Faith blog as a result of leaving a quilting… Continue reading The Rules of Quilting

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The why

I watched this: Elizabeth Gilbert it touched me deeply. While trying to listen to her, and not let my mind go searching for all future quilt-related blog posts based on what she has to say, there were so many thoughts running through my head. So many quilt-related thoughts. I'm a quilter. I've landed in quilting. It… Continue reading The why

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Noise

I heard something the other day. And when I heard it I had to stop. Listen. So in order to listen, a bit more completely, I need to tell a story. I started quilting over 22 years ago. As I started this journey much of the work was to learn to listen and learn. That… Continue reading Noise

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Comparatively Speaking or If you only knew

I read "Compared to. . ." by Seth Godin and said, "there's a quilt related blog if I've ever read one." More than likely there were different words and it's barely 6 AM here, and I'm just taking my very first sips of my morning Joe I seek your indulgence for a few moments. Comparison… Continue reading Comparatively Speaking or If you only knew

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Don’t get caught

With your hand in the cookie jar. With your pants down. Oh I could go on and on with this. Quilting is fun. When the fun stops it's time to think about what's going on. Usually when the quilting stops being fun for me I'm in the middle of learning something new and am banging my… Continue reading Don’t get caught

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Learning Curve

One of my friends taught me how to ride a two wheeler when I  was a kid. It was a red bicycle. I can see in my minds eye the struggle getting my feet on the pedals while balancing. I'd get one on, then try the other. The first foot would land on the sidewalk. I'd… Continue reading Learning Curve

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Paula Reid’s Craftsy class, a review

I'm working on prettying up an interview with Paula Reid that's been in the works for a while. In the meantime I watched Paula's Craftsy Class Start Machine Quilting with Paula Reid with the intent of giving it a review. You all know that I love Paula very much in part because she's just a kind woman… Continue reading Paula Reid’s Craftsy class, a review