Daily Archives: June 28, 2013


We hit one thousand hits earlier today! I just wanted to let everyone know, and I wanted to thank everyone for reading my stories and looking at the pictures of my gorgeous quilts!

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Sandstorm Quilt Top Done!


Here it is with the border on! I decided to go with uneven borders. On two of the adjacent sides the border is 2and 3/4 inches, and on the other two sides the border is 5 inches. I really wanted to go for uneven borders after someone mentioned it on my facebook post, that it would add depth. And She was right! I love the way it looks! I was going to go for angled sides, but I decided I liked it the way it was, and I like the squareness of it contrasting with the entropy of the the rest of the top.

I have decided to give this quilt to Quilts of Valor, and I’m not going to lie. It will be hard to part with, because I love it quite a bit. Since I know it is going to a good cause, I can accept with it. I hope whoever receives it will love it as much as I do!

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Sandstorm Project Update

I’ve been working on this thing all morning! Well, I dyed my hair at some point too, but for the most part I have been working on this quilt top. It’s taken a lot of effort, but I’m pretty happy with the result. I still have to add a few more strips of the sandstone colored fabric, but once I do that it will be completely done. The sandstone color is also going to be the border, so I’m really excited for it!

I would be lying if I said it was easy. Working with no plan is quite a step away from my comfort zone, but I really like the way it made me think. It made me work on my spontaneity and how to lose control creatively. I really liked it! It’s not my favorite project I’ve done, but it hits the top 10 for sure!

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Shattered Glass

Everyone remembers the nameless quilt, right? Well, as of right now it is no longer nameless. I have decided to call it “Shattered Glass”

Now everyone can see where it started out at, and how it ended up. It was quite a transformation and it did take some thinking, but I made this quilt look darn sexy! The real reason I changed it was because the person it was for didn’t seem too enthused when I showed it to her. She liked it and all, but there was no WOW factor and I could see she was hoping for one. It took some time, but I decided I couldn’t give her a boring quilt. It had to be WOW! I took time thinking about all of the things I could do to it, and then it hit me to take the border inside the quilt top and make it part of the quilt, and so that is exactly what I did. It took some time to figure out how I was going to do that, and I just decided to go for Random and fun, and sure enough it worked out! I sure am glad it worked out, I had quite a bit of anxiety about cutting into a quilt top I had made, but now everything is the better for it!

Frozen Star Gallery Posting!

Right now, at 2:30am I have decided that I really need to work on my gallery and organizing all of my pictures, so here goes nothing!

I’ve decided I will start with “Frozen Star” and I’ll make a gallery for each quilting project, so you can see the transformation from a pile of fabric into an amazing work of art. Well, most of them are works of art. Everyone has an off day! 🙂

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