Ginny Scott
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  • Elma, WA
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Tell us about yourself—as much or as little as you like.
I retired from teaching 12 years ago after teaching for 34. I learned to sew when I was about 10 but did not take up quilting until 2001. We raise Peonies for the cut flower market, travel in our RV and I quilt at every opportunity. There is an awesome selection of fabric in our local, small town variety store.
How many quilts have you made?
At least a dozen. Several tops ready to be quilted
Do you want to make quilts, or simply enjoy them?
I LOVE to make quilts
How long have you been a quilter?
I have only quilted since 2001
What is your favorite quilting technique?
I really don't have a favorite
Why do you quilt?
It is relaxing. I enjoy trying new patterns & love every aspect

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At 1:57pm on July 12, 2013, Lyn Ennis said…

Hi Ginny, how have you been doing? You must be busy this time of year with a Pheony farm. In that vein, I have a flower question for you. I have just started working in the yard of our new place here in Shelton and have disclovered many Pheony plants growing in odd areas and would like to group them all together. What would be the best place to put them as far as light goes and when should I transplant them? Thanks, I would love to come see you farm, if I knew where it was;)

At 12:14pm on October 20, 2012, Lyn Ennis said…

Hi Ginny, yes I thread paint free motion all the critters and flowers on my Bernina home sewing machine and yes they are my designs, no computer! Some of them are wall tapestries(quilts) and some are postcards. If you look at my albums you can see I have divided them into groups. I like practicing on small pieces and can't throw them out so I turn them into fiber postcards and send them to my friends!

I have a blog, All things Threaded on and I explain the process.

Got to get back to quilting my mystery quilt, have a fun day.

At 1:25am on October 10, 2012, Lyn Ennis said…

Yes I am doing the mystery quilt, mine is the black and white one. We just moved to shelton last summer and are redefining our lives. My husband retired and we are moving from a very stressful life to a country life. I am a Fiber Artist and am learning to be a farmer. Do you shop at Annies Quilt Shop?


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