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October 21, 2014
Hexagons from Espritpatch

You probably know that I love hexagons and play with them often. Hexagons is also the theme of this Tuesday Archive over on Val's blog. So how many quilts have I got to show you with hexagons.... well I guess this will be none... :-( I have plenty of hexagons WIP but no finished quilt as such.


For a while I did a swap mainly with Australian ladies of framed hexagons. My theme was Asia/Japan inspired. And I received a gorgeous collection of hexagons but unfortunately I haven't put them together yet. These are most of the ones ...

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January 9, 2014
» Chipper Piecemaking

My First Showing

When my Pastor's Wife learned I was published in AQ Magazine, she asked me if I would like to share some of my quilts on the Artist's Wall at our church.  I smiled and agreed to the request.  I spent several days sewing bindings on quilts I had procrastinated on and several days sewing hanging sleeves to each quilt.  I was ready to meet with Robb and Mary Ellen this past Saturday and here they are!!
This is my Star Watch quilt just down from the others.  It's BIG!


From left to right and ...

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January 6, 2014
» Chipper Piecemaking

My Hexagon Technique is Published
 
My Secret is out...Hexie is published in AQ Magazine!

The rest of 2013 was spent working on a magazine article for the January 2014 edition  American Quilter Magazine.    
I'm focusing on teaching machine pieced hexie's.  This technique demonstrates a faster machine pieced hexagon quilt than you can hand piece!  I've taught this technique for the past 20 years and Michele Duffy was so kind to ask me to write this article.  One of the amazing aspects about this method is it can be applied to other 60 degree patterns like Tumbling ...

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January 19, 2013
Feline Friday from A Hug Delights

The batting has been found!  I decided not to piece the backing, because I don't really have enough left overs.  I used all of the layer cake and only had border yardage.  I should have enough left to use for binding.  I went through some backing choices.


I love this pretty purple and pink yardage with butterflies.  I'll never cut it up--it's definitely a backing in my book.



 This is a lovely little light green with pinky purple sprigs.  It could be used for a quilt.  There are almost 7 yards of it.  I finished a bolt ...

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