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September 14, 2018
Starstruck with "Island Batik" from MooseStash Quilting

It's in the "Stars" this month with the Island Batik ambassadors.
Our quilts.

I've incorporated the "Friendship Star" into my project.
With fall upon us...I just couldn't help,
 but think about the gorgeous colors that come with the season.
This 35"x 35" bundle of joy is done with  
these "Pumpkin Patch" strips.
I like to keep it real, on my blog.
Not every project is perfect, or a work of art.
I have epic fails just like everyone else, and I'm willing to share.

"Sew" let me tell you...this is a ...

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September 7, 2018
Join us on a cruise to Alaska in May 2019 from 3 Dog Design Co

Please head over to Quilt Retreat at Sea for more information.

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August 1, 2018
MXY Road from Tales of a Stitcher

I belong to a small art quilt group called Cloth in Common. Every two months we get a new prompt. When I learned the prompt for this round was road, I knew exactly what I wanted do. I wanted to piece the road that leads to here—the Wrangell St. Elias National Park where McCarthy, Alaska is located..We have a cute little cabin here.

And I love to spend my summers stitching away in my plein aire studio.I have been here since the beginning of July working every day on these three quilts.

My Cloth in Common quilts ...

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July 29, 2018
She Shed–McCarthy Style from Tales of a Stitcher

I am working out in McCarthy, Alaska right now. It doesn’t get any better than this. I am stitching away in the Wrangell St. Elias National Park. This is our cabin looking pretty spiffy with a new paint job. Around back on the right side is my studio.

I wrote about my McCarthy Sewing Studio several summers ago, and I think it is time for revisit.  Earlier this summer, I posted a photo of the doors to my McCarthy studio on Instagram and tooheycohen commented, “You making a She Shed?”

Green Door Studio 

I didn’t even know that term existed, but ...

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April 4, 2018
I Spy Alaska from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Nadja Bode is searching for a quilt she made called I Spy Alaska. The quilt was last seen in November 2017. It was accidentally given to a thrift store in either Raymond, South Bend, Hoquim, or Aberdeen; all cities in Washington.

This lap-size quilt is mainly purples, blues, and pinks. There are Alaskan animal fabrics bordered with pink fireweed fabric. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. Nadja used an I Spy quilt pattern by Lisa Moore. It may or may not be labeled. If it is, it would have been written with a Micron pen on the back, and ...

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October 3, 2017
Silly Suits from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Sandra Benzel would like to recover a quilt she made for Jim Morgan called Silly Suits. This quilt was last seen sometime around February 2017 in a truck in northern Washington. The truck was stolen and the quilt was in the back.

This sofa quilt is made of cottons that look like suite fabrics in browns and grays. Sandra used a Scrap Crazy pattern. She made it in 2015. There is a label that says “Silly Suits for Jim Morgan by Sandra Benzel, Tingit Indian” along with her native name and Juneau, Alaska. The label is sewn to the back ...

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