Yearly Archives: 2013

in my inbox…

I received this email yesterday from a friend in my satellite group:

Thought you might me interested in the Downton Abbey fabric that is coming soon herunterladen.
See you soon.Cher”
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First Finish for September! “Tuscan Hillside”

It feels SO GREAT to get this quilt finished.  The idea for this quilt came from this one called “Trailing Hearts” which I finished about 8 years ago.  It was a class with Denise Gunn who was then teaching at Muriel’s Sew and Surge on Admirals Road video herunterladen youtube mac.

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New this week…

I haven’t posted for awhile.  It’s not because there was nothing noteworthy, but because it’s been a very, very busy summer with work, B&B, quilting for Calgary flood victims, and new puppies wie kann ich mir windows 10 herunterladen.

Here are a couple of finishes:

Strings Quilt from LOJ Quilters for Calgary Flood Victims

Off to Calgary download the local!

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And then there were two…

Another non-quilty post about the new members of our family.   We say that Sara was such a special dog that we needed two to replace her.  It’s not that she could ever be replaced because she can’t.  But as my friend Liane said, “ A good home should never go empty wie kann ich etwas downloaden.

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Heavy Heart…

I have a very heavy heart today.  Yesterday we said goodbye to our furry child, Sara.

She was the best dog a family could ever hope for.  We got her when she was 10 weeks old.  It was love at first sight.  We were at our church picnic and she came with the family who owned her mother,

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Quilting for Calgary – Love in Action

I love to see people responding in love to those in need.  That can take a lot of different forms. The past two weeks have seen devastation to the Calgary area in the Canadian prairies.  Some people have lost everything.  Some people don’t yet know what they’ve lost as they have not been allowed to return to their neighbourhoods. 

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Sew Exciting 2013 Quilting Retreat

It’s been a week since I got home from our Sew Exciting 2013 Quilting Retreat at Pearson College in Metchosin, outside of Victoria.  I’ve been many years before but the difference this year was that I was the Chair of the Committee.  We had a hoot!  Early on we decided on a “Wild,

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And the quilt lived happily ever after…

This is a post about why it’s SO IMPORTANT to label your quilts.

I made this quilt for my dear grand-nephew and it goes everywhere with him herunterladen.

And recently it went to a concert with him and his family. 

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And the quilt lived happily ever after…

This is a post about why it’s SO IMPORTANT to label your quilts.

I made this quilt for my dear grand-nephew and it goes everywhere with him kostenlose radio app herunterladen.

And recently it went to a concert with him and his family. 

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Wild Child crosses the finish line!!!

This vibrant (understatement!) quilt began its life in Sisters, Oregon at Quilters’ Affair.  I took a class from Scott Hansen the day before the quilt show in 2012.  The class was called Fireworks and the pattern is out of the book, “Not Your Grandmother’s Log Cabin”.  No kidding!  There is nothing ‘grandmotherly’

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