Monthly Archives: May 2014

Baby Quilt Finish #1

Well, I had hoped to finish both baby quilts this week, but I will have to settle for having one finished and the other pinned and ready for quilting. Here’s the front: And the back: Love the back – it’s … Continue reading

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Still in Progress…

…are the two baby quilts. Unfortunately, when I cut into the Kona white solid for the Lunenburg Log Cabins quilt top earlier in the week, I didn’t leave myself enough to finish up the baby quilts. However, that hasn’t stopped … Continue reading

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Lunenburg Log Cabins

Well, it did take until Tuesday, but here is the long weekend tutorial! I have named this quilt “Lunenburg Log Cabins” because the block is a very simple, log cabin-like block and the colours make me think of Lunenburg, Nova … Continue reading

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May QAL Block and the Way-Back Machine

I’m sure I’m dating myself by referring to the Way-Back Machine (Mr. Peabody and Sherman, anyone?) but that’s a bit how I feel this week. First though, this month’s QAL block, because I’m slightly ahead on the QAL this month … Continue reading

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A Good Trip….

….but it’s sooooo good to be home! On the last night of the conference, there was a networking evening at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. An incredible venue for a celebration and everyone seemed to have a great … Continue reading

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Hello…

…from beautiful Washington, D.C.! I’m here for a conference for the next few days and it’s a great opportunity to network with other professionals in my field and brush up on my skills (but it’s no QuiltCon – not sure … Continue reading

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