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May 14, 2021
Down the rabbit hole to Sutton Hoo from Art and Quilting in Camden

In 2014, I decided to travel to England again.  Back in 1978 I spent a semester in college in London, and while there saw and always remembered the phenomenal artistry in the Sutton Hoo artifacts at the British Museum.  Jump to 2014: Eli, our second son, asked if he could come.  Well, YES (except, food bills!  Teenage boy! kaChing!) !   How many 16 year old boys want to travel with their mom?  One that REALLY wants to travel LOL!  We had the trip of a lifetime!  First stop on Day 1 was the British Museum. You can visit online and see ...

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April 1, 2021
Ready to travel? Come to Japan with me! from Art and Quilting in Camden

I am beyond elated to share that I will be your US host on a 10-day trip to Japan March 2-11, 2022! Here’s a link to the complete PDF Brochure which you can download or print, but I’ll post each page here in the photos. Originally, this trip was to have been in January 2021 but was cancelled due to COVID. It was rescheduled to January 2022 to coincide with the Tokyo Quilt Festival, but that looks like it won’t happen either so we are now in March 2022. BUT, I think the March itinerary is EVEN ...

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September 6, 2020
Once upon a time... from - Barb Robson ::: quilter

Sugarloaf USA taken from “Holy S**T corner! That is really what you say when you round the corner and there she is!

Sugarloaf USA taken from “Holy S**T corner! That is really what you say when you round the corner and there she is!

“The Avenue” finished during covid, machine pieced, hand appliqued, machine quilted by Heather Stewart. The pattern is by Louise Pappas, Australia. I loved making this quilt!

“The Avenue” finished during covid, machine pieced, hand appliqued, machine quilted by Heather Stewart. The pattern is by Louise Pappas, Australia. I loved making this quilt!

Where did it go! February 2019 was such a long time ago. So much has happened…or not happened! Life has changed. I now have two new knees! The first one was done in November 2018 and the second one was done in ...

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