Qustom quilts for baby, crib, lap, and wall.

During our little whirlwind trip in the middle of May, I had the pleasure of seeing my niece graduate high school, had a visit with family, savored some delicious meals, experienced some of that famous Midwestern weather I can honestly say I do not miss, and got some shopping in. Knowing me well, my bestie …

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Quilting can be a methodical thing if you let it. It is, after all, one of the many ways in which we quilters are using that high school math we never though we’d need. It can also get redundant in the use of ages old patterns or if you have a preferred color palette. If …

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So many times, I’ve come across folks who are terrified of actually using their quilts. Now, while I do understand some quilts are award winning, heirloom, show pieces, for many their quilts have been made or purchased for them by a loved one. Trust me when I say, they didn’t make that quilt or purchase …

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I have to tell you, while my family seems to be on the shrinking side of things over the past few years, at one time they were quite a fertile people. I’ve recently begun researching my family’s geneolgy, and as a result of this research I currently have an application filed with the Daughters of …

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