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September 4, 2021
More of the Reject's Retreat from Mama Spark's World

So...where did we leave off?  Oh yes, the rest of the retreat!  First up was our trip to Sarah's in Lawrence.  This is Traci modeling in front of the shop. This is inside the shop.It was a great shop and one everyone should visit!Paula found the cutest pineapple pin cushion!After some shopping we went back to sew.  I managed to snap a quick selfie with Mel.  I may not have said it, but I missed

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September 2, 2021
Rejects Retreat from Mama Spark's World

Oh My GOSH!!!!!  I used to go to a quilt retreat in California.  I had awesome roommates.  Things changed and we are no longer going to that retreat.  So, we decided that we all still needed to get together and do a retreat, just the 5 of us.  We had it all planned for last year and then...COVID.  So this year we tried again.  This was me getting ready to leave Detroit.One of the women who lives

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February 2, 2021
Family Football Traditions from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

The Doan Family celebrating last years big game in February 2020.

Does your family have football traditions? Here in Hamilton, Missouri we love to celebrate our favorite Kansas City football team and we are so excited to see them bringing more attention to the great state of Missouri once again. Whether your family goes to the backyard to throw around the pig skin or serves up an incredible halftime meal, we hope that you have a chance to enjoy your festivities of choice safely!

For those of us looking to make changes this year and celebrate smaller, there are still ...

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March 25, 2020
“Home is Where the Quilts Are” – Behind the scenes of BLOCK Magazine Volume 7 Issue 2 from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

A Note From Jenny BLOCK Magazine

Writing to you from the comfort of home is a privilege in this fast-paced world. I often find myself between places, driving long distances or flying to far-off locations to visit quilters around the world. It can be hard to feel comfortable in such circumstances, but I’ve found out something incredible about the quilting world. No matter where I go, as long as I can find a quilt shop, I feel right at home. After all, home is where the quilts are! 

Home is such a lovely place to be. I recently dug into my sewing studio for some ...

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