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August 11, 2019
TIME FLIES from That's Sew Kerry

12 Months On

I can't believe it's been over a year since I last wrote a blog post! I was walking around Festival of Quilts a little over a week ago thinking it's been a good few months since I've blogged and I quite miss it, only to log on and realize it's actually been more than a year  - how time flies!

So much has happened since my last post it'll take all day to catch you up but in brief we got the dream house and said room is filled to bursting with ...

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May 30, 2019
Floors, Ceilings and Unintentional Quilt Blocks at the Louvre from Gefilte Quilt

Recently I was at the Louvre, where I saw celebrities:


Ms. Lisa wasn't crooked - I was, after fighting my way to the front of an aggressive backwards-facing selfie-snapping crowd.

Along with famous people and enthralling paintings (especially blue-and-gold ones), I took time to photograph some of the floors, which, for a French palace, were surprisingly American-quilty. Like this one, littered with blocks: 
A drain was well disguised. 
This floor wasn't interesting in the middle...
..but I was impressed by the improvisational edges.
In American quilting, this next design is called a Mariner's Compass....
I like the ...

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