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Black Funeral Quilt

Last week I went to Fayetteville to stay with my friend June and work on a quilt that I started designing over 20 years ago.  The bottom part of the quilt design is about a prince that was born in … Continue reading

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The Surprise Nine-Patch Quilt Top

I am working on a jelly roll quilt top. I got two different jelly rolls and decided to cut nine  2 1/2 inch blocks from each strip. Then I started making nine-patch blocks.  When I get through with making up all the … Continue reading

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Pillows and Mats

I got some fabric given to me by a Facebook friend. She brought over a couple of boxes of fabric and left it on my front porch. I found it and sorted. It had some unfinished blocks and some cheater … Continue reading

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AQG – May 2017 Meeting – Quilts of Valor

The Arkansas Quilters guild held their regular May meeting last week. The program was on “Quilts of Valor.” Our president, Alaina Polta, gave an in-depth program on the history of Quilts of Valor and what her chapter is doing. Very … Continue reading

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Back Door Quilted Banner

Friends give me leftover blocks and scraps. I had some bright-colored  star blocks and some light blue log cabin blocks I decided to make a wall hanging for my back door. I finished the unfinished star blocks and sewed them … Continue reading

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G-Maw Mary’s Sit and Sew

Last Wednesday we had Sit and Sew at G-Maw Mary’s. It was Margaret, Mary P., Mary L.,  and Fannie and Deanna came later. We missed Kay and Wanda. They had stuff to do. G-Maw fixed fried pies using a sandwich … Continue reading

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L.S.U. Banner

My friend, Riley Middaugh, a quilter in Little Rock, gave me several bags of scraps. In one bag was some purple and yellow L.S.U. fabric. I knew when I saw it I had to make my friend, “Mo-Neek” Pedersen something. … Continue reading

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