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September 18, 2019
Quilting Arts & A Rooster from Where Art & Life Meet

A couple years ago I was featured in Quilting Arts Magazine – the Year of the Rooster!   The piece I submitted, entitled Regal Rooster, was made of wool, cotton and silk velvet (that I dyed myself) using a variety of threads, but predominantly Eleganza Perle Cotton from Sue Spargo.  She has the most luscious… Continue reading Quilting Arts & A Rooster

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May 28, 2019
Chicken and Rooster Pincushion from One Designer Pursuing her Dreams

Wanna make an adorable pincushion with me? I have never been a big pincushion gal until I started using a pincushion. Holy smokes. And why not have an sweet little chicken pincushion? Side question:...

See more sewing and quilting adventures from Jen Eskridge of ReannaLily Designs

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November 18, 2018
Silent Sunday from The Inbox jaunt

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May 1, 2018
The Ridiculous Rooster-A Machine Quilting Tutorial from The Inbox jaunt

Cockadoodledo, Quilters! Are you ready to go this morning?  Do YOU have your Doodle-Do pad ready? (More importantly, have you had your first cup of coffee???) Our Ridiculous Rooster is ready for the day–so let’s get crackin’! THE RIDICULOUS ROOSTER-A … Continue reading

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April 12, 2018
Fabric Collage Class Student Creations! from Quilted Joy

I had so much fun last month with my Fabric Collage the Laura Heine Way classes! These classes always fill up so quickly, probably because Laura Heine’s creations are just so cute! I thought I’d share some of the critters my students were working on. By the way, I shared most of these photos on Facebook and Instagram during and right after class. If you like these, go ahead and like and follow me on Instagram and Facebook for even more quilty goodness!

This round of classes, the birds were super popular! Here’s Doodle-Doo the Rooster and ...

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March 21, 2018
Why I Love Mosaics from Cheryl Lynch Quilts


I am in love with making fabric mosaics.  As I was working on my newest project, I was thinking about why I like them so much. After 2 years of making mosaic after mosaic, why haven't  I gotten bored with them?
I find them calming and I find them forgiving.  If I miscut a piece, I set it aside and cut a new piece.  I get to use lots and lots of batik fabrics.  I have quite a collection! Sometimes I get overwhelmed with all the things that need to get done for my business.  In the midst of ...

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