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Good advice and a Travlogue

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGyYSJhk0QA&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3zrHb9V6KbSSKAY_aBisM0smVN2vbXqLtuy4ELORQ_HWRt8ReR-E15rbo Angela Walters of Quilting is my Therapy offers quilters some sound advice in video form. Take a watch and share your thoughts below. The Quilt Tree in Nyack is a Stonehenge Solstice Block Party participant. See block to the left. The other day when I was in there Lisa had a quilt wrapped around… Continue reading Good advice and a Travlogue

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Quilterati

I'm not usually at a loss for words related to quilting for this blog. I'm not really at a loss at the moment it's just that the quilting world as it is in my life at this moment is refocusing and I'm slowly wending my way around the quilting world as it is for me… Continue reading Quilterati

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A day out & some fun news!

Yesterday I met Melanie Testa and Victoria Findlay Wolf for lunch. There's a great little marketplace with a bunch of food trucks and an outdoor seating area. What a glorious afternoon to sit outside and enjoy the sun, good food and good company.  Melanie has a new fabric line coming out with Windham Fabrics -… Continue reading A day out & some fun news!

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Response to “Museum Needles Taxpayers”

This article was published Thursday November 15, 2012 in the Times Free Press of Chattanooga TN.  The writer has some serious misinformation regarding quilting in general and more specifically the International Quilt Study Center & Museum. One event immediately came to mind as I read the article: Quilted Northern came up with what is essentially… Continue reading Response to “Museum Needles Taxpayers”