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January 10, 2017
Quilting is an art that takes lots of equipment. Equipment that takes space. There’s the cutting system – rotary mat with rulers need a large flat surface. There’s the design area – somewhere to lay out a detailed quilt-in-progress (preferably cat, dog, and kid free). There’s the sewing machine – table, chair, outlet, light. There’s...
Take a look at Flora’s technique for embellishing the cypress trees in Starry Night featured in her book, Trispective. A great embellishment technique creating texture and adding sparkle to your favorite project.    In this painting the cypress trees seemed to jump right out of the fabric and request festive treatment. I decided to try the...
The winter exhibits at the Texas Quilt Museum will feature incredible art quilts, works with a higher purpose, and prizewinning quilts! They will run from January 5 to March 25, 2017. Museum co-founder Karey Bresenhan will also give a free lecture on Saturday, January 14 at 3 p.m., with FREE admission to the museum beginning...
We asked what you thought about Block of the Month projects – over 600 of you shared your passions and opinions! Thank you for the fantastic response. For those new to the monthly ritual known as Block of the Month, let us take a minute and explain. A Block of the Month is a pattern...