I got all my Great Granny blocks sewn together. I added a strip in between the blocks.
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In January, I was contacted by Dorothee Crane who is the chief editor of the German Art Quilt magazine called Patchwork Professional. She had seen “Windblown” and she wanted to know if I would like to have my quilts featured in her magazine. Naturally, I said, “Sure!”
A few months later, she emailed me a series of interview questions about how I got started making quilts, techniques I used, and questions about specific quilts. It is always
This parcel has arrived…!!!!!
And this is what was inside….I was a “Little French Swapper”
These are the
I like to go help the guys gather cattle when I’m really needed. Otherwise, I’m much
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could teach mice to help out?
Unfortunately they don’t seem to care much about quilting, except to cause damage!
I recently purchased a quilt top that was chewed to shreds by mice while it was packed away. (the damage was done before I got it)
But I know that there is enough left to save it.
I have been in Chicago for work for a week and have had no opportunity to sew. I thought about bringing some handwork, but, in the end, just brought a book, my journal (especially to do studies for the Creative Prompt Project) and my iPad.
Prior to leaving, I saw a clear theme in my work style which manifested in me by picking up a UFO-type project and intensely working on it until it is finished. I don’t know if that strategy will work for me long term, but right at the moment I am getting projects completed.