Monthly Archives: December 2017

Day 15/31

Not all of these little pieces were stunning works of art but they sure were fun to make. It was a great way to experiment with ideas on a small scale. until tomorrow, carol

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Day 14/31

Each of these little art quilts were smaller than postcard size, around 2″ x 3″ if I remember correctly. Similar to thumbnail sketches. until tomorrow, carol

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Day 13/31

I thought I’d change things up a bit by posting a series of small art quilts I created a few years back. Hope you like them. until tomorrow, carol

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Day 12/31

When you know about something great the best thing to do is pass it on! Well I’m here to tell you about some fantastic fabrics I discovered at the Saskatoon quilt show vendors market. It is Shweshwe fabric from South … Continue reading

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Day 11/31

I just finished putting this piece together yesterday, in preparation for the arts/crafts sale on the weekend. I’m hoping to get the quilting done on it this week and still have enough time for the hand binding process. It is … Continue reading

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Day 10/31

until tomorrow, carol

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Day 9/31

I am in LOVE with these blocks! And I’m in love with the process of making them, too. I think it’s the fabric selection part of the process that is my most favourite part, but oh! boy, do I love … Continue reading

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Day 8/31

I’ve been swamped this week, trying to make some last minute gift ideas for the mini arts and crafts fair next weekend. It will be a great opportunity for people to do their last minute shopping for all sorts of … Continue reading

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Day 7/31

To continue along with the conversation I’ve been having with Tammy about quilts I’ve made with flying geese sashings, I thought I’d show a photo of this ‘blast from the past’ quilt. This was a piece that I taught a … Continue reading

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Day 6/31

Years ago I owned a lovely little specialty shop in Calgary, Alberta and carried all sorts of necessities for needlework. I prided myself on carrying only the best of kits and supplies such as needlepoint cushions from Britain, hand painted … Continue reading

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Day 5/31

In order to continue the conversation I was having with Tammy yesterday, I looked up an old photo of my Dixie Diary quilt. I couldn’t find the one I took of the finished piece but this will do for now. … Continue reading

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Day 4/31

Each week, as I create a new Blindman’s Fancy block, I am forcing myself to make at least nine segments of flying geese blocks. The entire quilt will be sashed with flying geese and there are hundreds, if not thousands, … Continue reading

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