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This, that and then some

A little bit of this So, what’s new with you out there in quilting blogland? I’ll bet you’ve all been as busy as I have been lately. With Spring just around the corner, my guess is that you all have cabin fever and are ready for brighter, warmer days.

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Mistakes happen

Sigh. Oops Ok, really BIG sigh…….. Gosh, I hate to have to tell you this, but there’s an itty-bitty error on the Chain Saw pattern of Jelly Roll Quilts & More. A typo. An oversight. A blip. An errata minimus. I don’t know how many pairs of

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How nice!

My friend Pat, who writes a really fun and interesting blog herself (check it out here) wrote this morning to tell me she saw a lovely blog posting about my Easy Star and Geese Ruler featured on Red Pepper Quilts.  If you have a minute, scurry on over

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Our small contribution…..

……to the One Million Pillowcases Challenge! When I heard about an opportunity to donate 5 pillowcases to the One Million Pillowcase Challenge through the local quilt guild, something made me decide to enlist my family to help. Over dinner one night last week, I pitched the idea to Kent

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And the winner is……

Thank you all so much for leaving such clever and funny comments for our fun little kitty photo caption contest! The boys and I got such a kick out of reading them; the boys must have asked me a dozen times a day if more comments had

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A package from Paris!

A box from my dear friend, Christine, arrived from Paris this morning. What a lovely surprise! Christine, (who recently became a new grandmother — congratulations!) is a very talented quilter, and she kindly offered to do some machine quilting on a finally-completed UFO. Remember this and this? Yep, I

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A little of this – a little of that, and a fun little contest

It certainly has been a little while since I last posted. Gosh, I’m sorry. I’ve been hard at work writing patterns, checking and double-checking supply lists, revamping class handouts and working on a TOP SECRET project, too. Lots and lots of computer work. Actual sewing? Not so

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A great day of stitching at Scrap and Sew

I spent a wonderful day last Saturday teaching a class at Scrap and Sew, in Lutz, Florida. The ladies were all genuinely enthusiastic and ready to learn and I shared my favorite tips and techniques to help them improve their skills — while they put the clues together

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Pull up a comfy chair and a cup of hot tea…

…its time for an update! I’ve got lots to share with you all, so I hope you have a few mintues to spend with me. It has certainly been a busy, exciting, wonderful week! My 2010 teaching/traveling schedule got off to a great start as I traveled to Indiana

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Update as promised

Hey everyone! I’m sorry I’ve been absent these past few days. Gosh, it has sure been a busy week for me. How about for you? I’m gearing up for a trip to Bloomington, Indiana next week to present a lecture and workshop for the talented members of

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About Birgit

Wherever I go, I am asked about the exquisite machine quilting on my quilts. I’m happy to share with you that most of my quilts have been expertly quilted by the internationally award winning quilt artist, Birgit Schüller! Read more