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I just love all things Anna Maria Horner and I relish any chance I get to sew with her fabrics. She’s been my favorite since early 2010 when I discovered her bold and vibrant fabrics. To this day, she is the only artist whose fabric I buy all of. So it should come as no…

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Several weeks ago when I was working on my Market contributions, Alison Glass asked me if I would like to be a part of her Knit Stitch Along. She has just come out with a range of gorgeous knits (like the best quality I’ve seen on the market). Anyway, she wanted me to make a…

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I was recently asked to be a part of the Traveling Threads Bee which is a small group of women who are mailing out blocks each month on a circuit. At the end of the year, the blocks and the additions made by the group will circle their way back to the original owners who…

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After even more blog silence, I’m back with a brand new quilt to show off. And this is a quilt like I’ve never made before. Not only is the palette a brand new one for me, but this quilt has so many other aspects to it that were virtually uncharted for me. I do so…

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Its day’s like this that I wish would last forever! The beginning of last week started out slow. I knew I was dedicating the week to doing something with Alison Glass‘ debut line, Lucky Penny. And since I am entirely unwilling to waste fabric under any circumstance, I ruminated on what I would do with those…

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