Monthly Archives: October 2014

My New Motto: Less is a Bore

A friend called and wanted to go antiquing in Clarksville Saturday and work our way back to Morrilton. We had a late start. We didn’t get going until 8:30. So we went to Russellville first. We found a huge new … Continue reading

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Found Black and White Ink Drawings

When I was looking for my colored pencil drawings to finish I found some of my black and white ink drawings. One was of the Conway County Library on Church Street in Morrilton. One was the Seliskar House on Church Street … Continue reading

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Shannon Finds Needlepoint Goodies

My friend, Shannon, lives south of Benton and is always finding great stuff at sales I know nothing about. The other day she texted and sent pictures of not one, but 2 bell pulls. The strange thing is that they … Continue reading

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Marty Cleans Out Again

My friend, Marty, who was a member of the Little Rock guild now lives in northwest Arkansas. She is a member of the guild I taught at last week. She came bringing gifts. She’s always cleaning out and getting rid of … Continue reading

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Insanity Workshop with Q.U.I.L.T. of Northwest Arkansas

I taught the Insanity Block workshop for members of the Q.U.I.L.T.of Northwest Arkansas quilt guild Friday. Here are pictures some of the class and some of the blocks they made. We had a blast and every one seemed to enjoy … Continue reading

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June and the Farm Family Quilt Update

My friend June in Fayetteville has been working over a year on her version of the Black Farm Family Quilt that my kids and I designed in 1983. I gave her all the patterns in a book form and she has … Continue reading

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Me and the Q.U.I.I.T of Northwest Arkansas – October Meeting

I did the lecture for the at Q.U.I.L.T. of Northwest Arkansas for their October meeting. I did the lecture on my 70 plus scrap quilts and I took bunches to show. We did it fast and furious. They got to … Continue reading

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