Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
It's that time of year again! Sign ups for Secret Santa 2020 are open until March 31, 2020. Sign up right away so in you join in the fun from the start! We had a lot of fun last year with Kathy's "impossible missions". Kathy will be back with some…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
I just found this group and so happy to be included. I love learning what others are doing and learning from others. I found this group when I was searching for Farmer’s Wife foundation patterns. If anyone would happen to have the foundation…Continue
I want to thank all of you who have been sending me cards. They have been so timely. Seems like when I’ve been having a particularly blue day another one shows up. Linda, the one from you has a front and center place on the mantle- a great daily…Continue
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The global nightmare which began in March continues into summer as you all know and those of us in the good ole US of A, if we are paying attention and minding our Ps and Qs, have been sticking around home alot. While this is a real bummer for those of us with kids and grandkids, parents and siblings, and friends in general far, far away (like more than a few hours' drive), it is a good thing for getting things done around the house and in my quilt rooms in particular. Over the summer, I…Continue
When I was a young bride the first time around in the early 70's, I started out making quilts from scraps of material left over from clothing sewing projects. The first ones were patchwork and tied, not quilted and quite honestly, pretty ugly. I have pictures of all of my quilts and from time to time, I look at them to understand the process and the progress of change in my ideas and my quilting ability. I actually enjoy looking at them but one in particular always leaves me with a…Continue
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