Monthly Archives: March 2011

Thinking of Japanese Quilters in Wake of Earthquake

This morning, my thoughts turn to Japan. As I watch and listen to news reports of the 8.9-magnitude earthquake that hit that island nation just hours ago, I see the faces of the many quilters I met while there in … Continue reading

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The value of scraps

A couple of months ago I blogged about our periodic fabric grabs, in which the QN staff get to take home some of the sample fabric we receive from manufacturers. As I described it, occasionally we get half-yards, frequently we … Continue reading

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My Quilting Addiction Explained

I recently stumbled across a wonderful scientific study that explains my quilting addiction. I know that the first step to getting help is admitting you have a problem, but I was so relieved to find out it’s not really my … Continue reading

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