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Coming soon

Sometime after Quilt Market I'm going to start having Coffee Clatch live on either Wednesday or Thursday. I love drinking coffee, chatting with quilters. So it's a match made for social media. Let's see what fun we can get into. Quilt Market is coming very soon. I have a backpack and a purse to make,… Continue reading Coming soon

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Blog Tour: Tie One On by Scott Hansen, Banyan Batiks

UPDATE: Congratulations to: Comment #18 Betty who won the fat quarter bundle from Banyan Batiks Comment #68 Tina Kercher who won the quilt (US ONLY PLEASE) I will contact both of you this week. Scott Hansen. Dang this guy is wildly talented, eclectic, with an eye for design. In my world talent means a lot… Continue reading Blog Tour: Tie One On by Scott Hansen, Banyan Batiks

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This Week in Three

This week I've been piecing a quilt top for a blog tour with Scott Hansen of Blue Nickel Studios and Banyan Batiks, which happens Saturday, September 22nd. I've interviewed Scott, asking him all the weird and wonderful questions that befit a couple of Generation Q Magazine editors. There will be an opportunity to win a… Continue reading This Week in Three

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Scott Hansen Tie One On

One of the reasons going to Quilt Market with either the Magazine or on my own is so important is getting to see the new fabric lines, and new designers. With the eclectic flair and unique color sensibilities Scott Hansen, my predecessor as Community Editor, has designed Tie One On with Banyan Batiks, due out… Continue reading Scott Hansen Tie One On

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An Early Morning Quilt Market Report

Please permit me a bit of a reminisce and reflection here. It'll only take a moment. I started attending when I took the Associate Editor position with Generation Q Magazine. Quilt Market will always hold a bit of magic and mystery. That first Market felt overwhelming, and I felt, like so many others, as though I… Continue reading An Early Morning Quilt Market Report