Monthly Archives: November 2010

>Traditions are good.

>This wall hanging was my very first project, made with my first quilting mini-group, almost 20 years ago.  The group met Monday nights at Joan’s house, for support and sewing.  Joan donated the Christmas fabrics, because there just weren’t any … Continue reading

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>Here, I’ll go first. Anyone else with something strange to share?

>As I mentioned before, I’m blogging to reach others who need support and some sense of comraderie, and because its a way to think in words and pictures at the same time. Last night I was thinking it might be … Continue reading

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>Fridge Art – "Girls’ Night Out."

> Well. This was an experiment in group dynamics. The three buxom senoritas were on the original fabric. Frida, The Virgin of Guadaloupe, and various other bits and pieces have been added. The binding is really cool fabric dyed with … Continue reading

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>Sunday morning at New Pieces. Not what I was expecting to find!

> Stumbled into the final class of Becky’s “Colorwash Trip [Around the World]” class. Wow. I think there were 5 or 6 quilts in all. All different, all lovely. All student work.  They give brilliance a different meaning entirely!

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>Found in a bag under my sewing table

> This week I started pulling projects out of the bag under the table. This is a detail of a quilt top made from 2 1/2″ finished squares from my scrap bag. The sunlight is shining through it because it’s … Continue reading

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>I’m convinced.

>This week we had a staff meeting at New Pieces about connecting the store to the range of current “social media” —  and to those who use it. New Pieces for those who have missed it,  is an amazing  place … Continue reading

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