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I can see the light at the end of the tunnel now that I only have five blocks remaining to appliqué. Yay! This is Alaskan Midnight Garden Block #20.
I think I am pretty brave to show you close-ups of the imperfections in my appliqué. LOL. One of things I love about quilting, however, is that once the blocks are all together, imperfections seem to disappear. This is Alaskan … Continue reading
Here is block #18 of Alaskan Midnight Garden. The yellow bird makes me happy.
The journey continues. Here is Block #17 of Alaskan Midnight Garden.
The top inner border of Choose to Bloom was a lot easier than the two side borders because the house block in the center takes up a lot of space. This is the top inner border of Choose to … Continue reading
Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!
President Barack Obama will be inaugurated Monday and will guide the country through another four years. This weekend is a great time to pull out Journey of Hope by Carolyn Mazloomi and enjoy the beautiful quilts inspired by President Barack … Continue reading
For as long as I can remember, I have loved chocolate. I always have some kind of chocolate stashed in my home. I guess it was inevitable that I would make a “chocolate” quilt, and now I have. Dreaming of … Continue reading
Martin’s Dream is spending the month of January at the Helene S. Mills Senior Multi-purpose Center in Atlanta. Flowers Hoping to Be Free returned home. Martin’s Dream is a traditional sampler quilt composed of 12 blocks. What makes it special is … Continue reading