Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sewing with sheets

To celebrate the arrival of a lovely pile of assorted sheet fat quarters, and to enjoy the first warm day for a while, I emerged from my work overdrive to do a spot of sewing. Fun, quick, and the opportunity … Continue reading

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Springtime mystery

Two weeks ago, I tried on a new identity and purpose: pattern tester for the wonderful Ms E. She challenged two of us to try out her pattern for the Mystery Quilt at the upcoming Patchwork in the Peaks retreat, … Continue reading

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Finish-along-finish

Squirrels finished! As these were part of my Finish-Along pledge, I am particularly pleased. Since this started out as a sort of joke quick-quilt with fabric that was hopelessly ill suited to being a jelly roll (headless reindeer, anyone?), I … Continue reading

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