One Block Wonder

I am obsessed with this technique. Although from my research I can see that this technique doesn't always make stunning quilts but when they do...wow! The following is an image of Bruce Seeds' The Ring. I think I could spend hours just looking at this quilt. Please check out his incredible work at his website, www.bruceseeds.com I've been contemplating on my next big project. Once I saw this, I knew. This is it. I ordered the recommended book (again, on his website) to learn the technique. Even emailed him with a couple of questions to which he so kindly and promptly responded. Enjoy a couple more of his works... This is Galactic. And this one is titled, Life, the Universe, and Everyt

Kaleidoscope Quilt

This was a fast finish! It finished out at about 32" square. I think it would be lovely for a kitchen or dining room because it looks like dishes. It's hard to decide which "dish" I like the best. They all turned out just beautiful, especially when I think of the originating fabric. I am amazed at some people's creativity to think of these things. Pebbles were quilted in the black and a little design I found on the web, was done in the center of each dish. This pattern has gotten me rather obsessed with the idea of making 6 and 8 sided blocks. If I can part with it, it will be donated to our annual church auction to benefit the youth ministries. I hope someone else will love it as much as

Back in the saddle!

I feel like I'm "back in the saddle again" as the old song says. Ever since Mom went into hospice care I've been, well, out of sorts. No sewing, hardly any running, was sick as a dog for two full weeks, Family here for several weeks. It has just been a rough season. I decided to go to our church quilting group tonight. I haven't been in months and it was just the motivation I needed. There were only a few ladies there but it was so nice to just chat while several worked on their projects. I've been itching to start something new but I just couldn't decide on what. One lady brought some donated fabric. In the stacks were several of these curtain panels. Ever made a stack-n- whack or

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