Monthly Archives: September 2012

It’s A Mystery!

Since my cousin Barb’s comment on my last post, I’ve been thinking about mystery quilts – and the ones I’ve done over the years.  And the groups I’ve been a part of, and who have taught me so much. A … Continue reading

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Finally, Something New To Show.

This morning at Hanne’s, I finished sewing the binding and hanging sleeve on my Three Ladies. It is so nice to finally have something done.This is a copy of a painting by the Indian painter, B. Prabha.  My friend, Paramjeet … Continue reading

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The Fairy’s Looking Glass

I’ve always been fascinated with water – I think most of us are.  After all, that’s where we begin our lives.  And we are made up of mainly water.  Without it, we will perish, physically.  I think some of us … Continue reading

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A Quilt Show in the Park.

While we were back in Canada in July, I got the chance to attend to a quilt show in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan with two friends.  They have a lovely old park, and beside the library they had hung quilts on … Continue reading

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