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Geese Still Flying

I’m having a lot of fun with my flying geese.  The colors are so light and airy compared to my recent quilts.  I have five columns sewn, my design is coming together, and I am especially pleased with how my geese are looking.  116 more words


Update - Mock Kenzie 2015

I have been working on a few quilts for the Genesee Valley Quilt Club’s 2015 Quiltfest, running June 4-6 at Gordon Fieldhouse on the RIT campus. 112 more words

Quilts And Fiber Arts

Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism (May): Blue Monkey Wrench

Over at Project Quilting, Kim came up with a brilliant off-season challenge called Focus Through the Prism and all she has to do is tag people on Facebook to get them to commit to actually complete  7 projects in 7 months. 212 more words

Twiddlemuff for dementia patients

A friend of mine alerted me to a call that an English hospital has made for people to knit twiddlemuffs for dementia patients. These muffs contain items and textures that people with advanced dementia can feel and play with which can stimulate cognitive functions and help with anxiety. 130 more words


Mini Quilt - Major Problems

This is my mini quilt which is about 28×28 inches. It was a slow process due to my first blunder – not cutting accurately. Having seen a few quilts I figured that accuracy is quite important so I invested in a large quilting ruler and a cutting mat. 265 more words


Cornerstones + Extras 61


Middle of the week again … bring on the weekend!

Chimneys and Cornerstones is a great block to play with … there are lots of way to move colour around! 40 more words


Sewing PhD (Projects Half Done)

Those of us who sew, craft and create are forever working on our PhDs- Projects Half Done.  Somehow I’ve found time to work on a few of mine, possibly due to my sporadic attempts at watching less TV and waking up an hour before the kids do.   418 more words