Monthly Archives: June 2009

Progress!

I made some big changes in my life last year, so when 2009 rolled around, I set some major goals for myself. One of them is to complete at least 12 UFOs (that’s quilter lingo for UnFinished Objects). It will … Continue reading

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Castle Rock Quilt Club

June visits the Castle Rock (CO) Quilt Club and creates a special offer for a popular wool applique series from Quiltmaker. Continue reading

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Easy, ongoing sewing!

I’m stuck, but in a good way. I can’t stop making these lovely little blocks I call Windmills. I started piecing them as “leaders and enders.” I first heard about leaders and enders through Bonnie Hunter at quiltville.com—it’s done while … Continue reading

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Miniature Quilts Revisited

Many years ago I was fascinated by miniature quilts (miniature being 10”-12” quilts) and made a lot of them. They appealed to me for many reasons, but the main reason was the sense of accomplishment at having something completed in … Continue reading

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Free Patterns

Celebrate our new site with two free patterns: Zoo-for-Two and Lavender Fields. Both use fun, large-scale fabric for quick and easy quilts. Zoo-for-Two is made from Urban Flannel by Valori Wells for FreeSpirit Fabrics. The QM staff knew how fun … Continue reading

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Quilty Pleasures!

Quiltmaker magazine is blogging and has a color option + fabric to give away! Continue reading

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