Monthly Archives: April 2012

Don’t Just Sleep On It. Make A Difference That Counts.

Making a difference in our world today is so easy. It’s as easy as being able to sew a straight line. Really. That, with a little fabric and some thread can really make a difference in someone’s life. The American … Continue reading

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The Appalachian Quilt Trail

Imagine a community in the folds of the Appalachians making quilt blocks and hanging them on their barns, businesses and a railroad depot. Such a place exists in the rural areas of Eastern Tennessee. The quilt trails were designed to … Continue reading

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Time To Take Out The Stash

A few years ago, I took a class to learn about the process of needle turn applique. The teacher was a little ADD, so went off on other tangents during the class, and I never really learned how to accomplish … Continue reading

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Small Gifts Make Big Statements

I decided to make my cousin, Marianne, (actually my husband’s, but I love her as if she were my own), a miniature crazy quilt as a gift. The focus of her quilt were the beautiful crocheted items she gave me … Continue reading

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April Showers Bring May Flowers

It’s spring time. The flowers are in bloom, the birds are singing, and I’ve heard some people actually spring clean their homes. Living in south Florida does not go hand in hand with spring cleaning, in my opinion. After all, … Continue reading

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