Monthly Archives: March 2012

Welcome Lori!

We’re thrilled to introduce Lori Baker, our new creative editor. She’s an accomplished quilter with several years experience in the quilting industry and we know she’ll be a great asset to the staff. Here’s a greeting from her: Wow! As … Continue reading

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Spring – Flowers – Quilts – Inspiration

Colorful forsythia, quince, crab apple, Bradford pear, redbud and plum are all budding and blooming here in eastern Kentucky. Every day on my walk through the neighborhood, I spot new and different color combinations in the flowering trees and bushes. … Continue reading

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Quake victims appreciate comfort quilts

We heard from Patchwork Tsushin that all of the quilts for survivors of last year’s earthquake and tsunami in Japan have been distributed and are most appreciated. They sent the photos above and also invited us all to visit their … Continue reading

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Things To Do

March is National Quilt Month and you may be looking for fun ways to celebrate your favorite pastime. We’ve compiled a short list of activities going on around the country. Check with your local stores, guilds and museums to see … Continue reading

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I wanna be free (motion quilting)…

A few months ago a representative from Singer Viking Pfaff came to our offices to demonstrate some new machines for us. She brought a machine from each line, and each was geared toward a different home sewer: the Singer Curvy … Continue reading

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