A “Storm” Bag and A Few Other Things

    There is a story to this bag. It used to be an “art quilt, one of my early ones. It was hanging in a shop for display and was damaged by Hurricane Harvey. After many washings with Color Catchers, I decided to turn it into this great big, beautiful…

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Pleasant, Productive Afternoons

Working on my niece’s quilt for college. . .   Working on lots of cards assembly style. . . I have enjoyed a few long, hot afternoons out of the sun and in my studio. Hopefully, I will have some finished projects soon. It is my favorite thing when I…

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Insanity Update and A Couple More

  The top of my Insanity Quilt is done! It measures 60” x 77” and I am so pleased. The squares start with 1 1/2”, then 2” then 2 1/2” and finally 3”. The picture on the right is my backing made up of scraps left from “Manhattan Modern” my…

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INSANITY QUILT! And Little Things

When I visited my friends at the Dallas Modern Quilt Guild Retreat a couple of weeks ago several of them were working on/planning to make a simple patch quilt usually using 2 1/2” squares. They called it an “Insanity Quilt” I guess because you have to be a little crazy…

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One Ruler, Three Quilts

This easy Dresden ruler is an oldie but a goodie. I decided to play with it a little bit without using a pattern.               Quilt # 1 is a classic tumbler quilt in the middle. Just use the ruler to cut your wedges and…

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