Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
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Does anybody have this pattern that I might purchase from you? I have looked all over and can't find it. Please let me know if anybody can help me out.GayleContinue
Hi all!What a great group. Wonder why it took me so long to get here!I'm retired & quilting, gardening & cooking are my favorite pastimes. I've been sewing since I was 12 when my grandma helped me make my 1st dress. I still do some garment…Continue
Hi,I'm from Talkeetna, Alaska and live out away from everything except animals and birds. I'm a retired RN, gardener, seamstress, quilter, horsewoman, soapmaker. Two years ago, I was finally able to build a studio for sewing, quilting and…Continue
CAN you donate a quilt for the summer camp at Camp DAvid of the Ozarks. I am gathering the 120 quilts needed for girls and boys age 8-16. and will need to have them by mid May. Check out Campdavidozarks.org and let me know if you can donate. I…Continue
I have not posted since winter had us by the throat and would not let loose (it lasted til the end of April, for God’s sake) so here I am again to give you an update on what is happening around the quilting house of Leiner Inc. In a nutshell, I am stuck on making quilt tops (and only quilt tops) that have “inchers,” or one inch squares as I am told they are called. There is a reason for this, of course. There always is a reason and that is the story for…Continue
While browsing facebook in my pj today (a rainy Sunday), I found this short piece on Ken Burns and his quilts. Awesome. This man is brilliant! Aren't you all so proud to be of this tradition? I particularly like the idea that…Continue
I haven't talked about it much here but I have decided I am a tired old dog. I have an excuse of course. Every old dog does and here is mine.
In March 2017, I had my artificial knee on the left replaced with a new artificial knee as the old one came loose and moved left.
In October 2017, they determined the right artificial knee was infected and took it out, replacing it with a spacer for 5 weeks. Turns out they were wrong, it was not infected (good news for me) but the…Continue
It's January and apparently a slow news week. I made the newspaper (print and online version) with a short video and print interview about quilting. The reporter, Shirley, is a museum friend and called asking me if I would like to talk about quilting. Can you imagine me saying no???
She asked me to bring my latest project so I brought in Ruby's Christmas quilt. The top is finished and I think I will wait until I have Sylvia's done as well before I pin and quilt them both. Maybe…Continue