This bag started out as a small practice piece for machine quilting. I haven’t done that much machine quilting on my Pfaff domestic sewing machine so I thought I’d spend time practicing. Even after an hour of practice, I could still use a bit… Continue Reading “Week 14 – Oct 28, 2012 – Simple Tote Bag”
Wow – there just isn’t enough hours in the day or days in the week to get everything done! I’m pretty far behind in my own challenge, so I’ve come to the following conclusions: If I’m going to sew something every week, I need… Continue Reading “Notes on Weekly Challenge”
You ever notice how kids keep graduating! This quilt was made for Clint Hodges when he graduated from college. I made a quilt for his younger sister and brother when they graduated from high school, so I couldn’t forget Clint!
Brady Kalivoda drives a Top Fuel Dragster for Warrior Racing. This is a picture of Brady holding a baby quillow. We met Brady at the U.S. Nationals in 2011. One of his sponsors, Moorefield Construction, arranged for us to meet Brady and spend… Continue Reading “Childs Quillow”
The drawing for the sailing nationals quilt was held at the Beers Regatta in Atlanta, GA earlier this month. The winner is Ben Guise of Little Rock, Arkansas. We raised close to $500 this year. Thanks to everyone who bought tickets!
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