Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
I am truly sorry I haven't been in contact for some time now, I've been taking care of my husband.He passed away August 3rd in my arms and it's taking a real toll on me. He was diagnosed with liver cancer just a few months ago,what a mean desease. …Continue
I recently discovered a pattern that I cannot find and was hoping I could ask for some assistance from anyone who can help. I’ve thoroughly searched the internet and I am looking for The Twisted Star pattern from Pam Bono’s A Star Shall Guide…Continue
Hello, all!I live in Ohio and my friend lives in Tennessee. We usually meet up once a year in November at a retreat in South Western Ohio and share a room and take the same class. We are wondering what other retreats might be out there that we can…Continue
i am a new resident to Sun City AZ and joined a quilt club at one of the rec centers. They have a set monthly agenda for Fridays of the month. I volunteered as program chairperson for one Friday a month. As I’m still a snowbird, I need to get all…Continue
It's that time again! Time to sign up for Secret Santa 2019. Sign ups will run from January 10 to March 31, 2019 midnight. Before requesting membership in the group, please pm me and request a copy of the rules. A copy of the rules must be signed…Continue
Make some of our favorite fast, beautiful quilts using 2 1/2" strips.
Get inspired with these ideas for quilting your Pineapple & Storm At Sea blocks for the Block 2019 Creative Block Challenge. Features multiple techniques.
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Make a Storm At Sea block using Foundation Paper Piecing, and get inspired with block variations from AQS QuiltWeek contest quilts featuring the block.
Meet Battwoman and her amazing batting!
Celebrate National Sewing Month as you stitch these fun projects…
I'm calling it Marmalade. What I mean when I say that is, like an orange Marmalade cat, but what keeps running through my head is the song "Marmalade." The lyrics kept haunting me while I made this quickie quilt (two weeks, start to finish using a couple of jelly rolls). "I met Marmalade down in old New Orleans, strutting her stuff on the streets."Continue
Ann is continuing to work on her More Modern Quilt. The construction process is complete. Now onto stitching and quilting at the same time. Here is her latest video https://youtu.be/ueaPr7UqH2A