Monthly Archives: March 2012

How to Have a Nervous Breakdown

If you have a great deal of patience and love to be precise, then you’ll love mini quilting. I always check out the pattern books at Joanne Fabrics. On one of my visits, I found this lovely pattern book, Fat … Continue reading

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The Quilt Show By The Sea

Don’t let anyone say quilters are not artists. I was amazed at the beautiful quilts on display at the Quilt Show By The Sea today. Chris, my good friend, and I ventured out early to enjoy the excitement surrounding this … Continue reading

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On My Honor, I Will Try . . .

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts. The Girl Scouts holds a dear place in my heart. I became a Scout about fifty-three years ago. My best friend, Marlene, and I decided to join the Girl Scouts … Continue reading

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Almost As Fun As Christmas

I have been very excited lately because next week the Ft. Lauderdale War Memorial Auditorium will be the site for a spectacular quilt show.   The owner of Once Upon A Quilt is the organizer and host of this particular show.  … Continue reading

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Secret Messages

It’s March, and I figured you might like a little American History lesson. “What do quilts have to do with American History?” you ask. Quilts may have been the only way American slaves had to communicate with each other before … Continue reading

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