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Quilters have a fascination

with the backs of quilts they tell us a lot about the quilter about her choices about the tension of the machine and her understanding (and yes I'm using her - I'm very well aware of the male quilters) The back tell us if she was paying attention to her quilt The back tells us… Continue reading Quilters have a fascination

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Ellen’s Feathers

I have to tell you I do like getting these feather via email. It's like waking up on Christmas morning and getting a new coloring book and crayons. You remember that new box of crayon smell right? It's kinda like that new car smell. There's something quite inviting, enticing about that smell drawing us in… Continue reading Ellen’s Feathers

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Generation Q Poll and more Feathery Feathers

Generation Q Nosy Poll we do some fun polls at Generation Q. The results of the poll get published in the upcoming issue. Let your voice be heard! Continuing on with the feather tutorial and practice sessions from other quilters: Today we meet Kellie, she's new to following the blog. Welcome! Kellie sent me these… Continue reading Generation Q Poll and more Feathery Feathers

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Keeping it Simple

Ahem. When I originally made this quilt it was as a class sample. The shop owner asked me to keep it simple.  You're probably not going to be surprised to learn that this is simple quilting. The thing is, by breaking it down into the basic parts, it is simple. One stitch at a time.… Continue reading Keeping it Simple