Archive for October 2012

Quilt progress - patience needed

Quilting is a slow process. You did a bit here, a bit there and at the end you have two bits. Isn’t that a quarter? Seriously, it takes a long time to see a finished product so you have to savor the process, the journey. With that in mind I am celebrating progress on two... Read more »

Sewing for Bleak House book club

I love to read, it predates my love of sewing. I needed glasses probably from birth and didn’t get them until 4th grade. Pair that with a general lack of coordination and no athletic ability and you come up with a kid who loves to read, me. I had a devil of a time learning... Read more »

Quilts throughout my daughter's life

My youngest daughter, Shelby, came to me across the Pacific Ocean when she was 6 months old. She was born in Korea and so when we adopted her, I made her a heart quilt to show that she was born in my heart forever. I chose the colors of the Korean flag and it was... Read more »
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