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Monthly Archives: January 2007
Who ever heard of such a thing!? grin In my search for quilting patterns and for Men Who Quilt, I came across the site of John Flynn. It’s called Flynn Quilt Frame Company. His company produces a quilt frame that … Continue reading
This tiny quilt is a combination of things I have wanted to try for a while. I first drew my picture on muslin and colored it in with crayons using whatever colors I could find in the broken crayon box … Continue reading
The work on my workroom is progressing slowly and since all this work is geared to making room and organizing for the first quilt I have ever made, I spent a little time this morning searching through some online quilt … Continue reading
The year 2006 was my year to learn all about the patient side of hospitals and lab tests. During that time, the projects that I worked on were all small and were done in my recliner or at the kitchen … Continue reading
February is a highlight month for embroiderer’s around the world. Sharon’s online classes through Joggles.com will be starting again. Her Personal Library of Stitches will begin on February 20 and her Encrusted Crazy Quilting will begin on February 9. Her daily blog … Continue reading
P & B Textiles is a textile company that produces beautiful cotton quilting fabrics. Their free patterns page has 35 lovely quilts with the free patterns shown in Adobe format. Have a look….
Michael Cook from Farmer’s Branch, TX has a website called Clues for the Clueless and has recently had a segment aired on an episode of HGTV’s That’s Clever. Michael raises silkworms, spins the threads, dyes the thread and then does card … Continue reading
I found a Barbie at a thrift store a few years ago for $1.00. Who could resist. Since I have been learning to knit, I decided to try my hand at Barbie fashions for our great-granddaughter. The knitted headband and … Continue reading
A while back I crocheted the first pair of socks I had ever made. Now I want to learn to knit socks. In my search for patterns I came across this site… Silver’s Sock Class. Instead of just a pattern, … Continue reading
These flowers could be used as embellishments on crazy quilts, in you hair, as corsages… almost anything your imagination can inspire. Have a look….