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Quilted Features: SewBatik Diane Magidson

For years I'd attend quilt shows and like a magnet was drawn to this one booth, dripping with color, and full of gorgeous fabric, with a tiki hut - SewBatik. I'd chat with the owners Bruce or Diane when they weren't busy. When I was teaching I'd have dinner with them or help them with… Continue reading Quilted Features: SewBatik Diane Magidson

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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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Building Character in a teeny tiny way

It's so cool to find the right tools to work on piecing quilt tops. This ByAnnie¬†stiletto is different than others in that the metal stiletto has some texture to it, giving just a little bit of extra grip. There are a few flat spots along the wooden shaft giving a comfortable grip. This morning I… Continue reading Building Character in a teeny tiny way

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Enjoying and Thankful

Starting with gratitude this morning. I'm grateful for batiks. (If you follow me on Instagram this, and all the photos in this post, may look familiar.) These one and a half inch strips are being stitched to orange and purple solid to create 9 patches, that may be set on point, though I'm not quite… Continue reading Enjoying and Thankful