Tag Archives: quilting

First we take the big pieces…

There is no logic behind quilting. I think there must have been at one time. Take the still useful pieces of old clothes and sew them into blankets for the winter ahead. Now, we take pristine yards of fabric and … Continue reading

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What once was lost, now is found

Almost 20 years ago, I made my son an Irish chain quilt. He loved it, and squeezed it, but I don’t know if he called it George (See reference). Time passed and one day I pulled the quilt out of … Continue reading

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Finished!

After a very, very long time, I finally finished my son’s quilt. He hovered for a while then I told him I had to wash it before it would be done. He waited. I washed it and dried it. Hubby … Continue reading

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A Pound of Flesh

There was a time I thought I’d never finish. But inch by inch, square by square, I sewed. And I sewed. And I sewed. And I messed up (Don’t look too closely). Yes, those are skulls and crossbones on the … Continue reading

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The Story of a Baby Quilt and youtube

So, um, the first baby quilt is finished. I’d already pieced the top. Those are bugs in a jars and it was made for a little boy. The piecing was actually easy and I love the pattern, so the next … Continue reading

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