Category Archives: Pattern Review

Let’s Start At the Very Beginning: Green Tea and Sweet Beans Quilt Together

The best place to start with the Green Tea and Sweet Beans quilt is with the initial challenge: drafting the templates. The back of the book has all of the templates you need for every block in the book. But … Continue reading

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Getting My Groove On

So, today is my birthday and I had a big to-do planned. But then I started to piece my ‘groove’ quilt. And it is coming together beautifully (and quickly). And I hacked the pattern. Which made me bounce up and … Continue reading

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Seeing Stars

So, perhaps you remember that I was working on a project that I couldn’t really share much of with you? Well, that is because it wasn’t my project to share. My wonderful friend Ali has been busy this summer designing … Continue reading

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Bag of (New) Tricks

I love Flickr. And I love swapping on Flickr. For awhile, I was trying to manage six to ten swaps at a time and it was just too much! I wasn’t able to really put in the thought and effort … Continue reading

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Singled Out: A Finished Quilt Top

So, consider me on the bandwagon! This quilt pattern, Single Girl, by the talented Denyse Schmidt has taken the internet by storm. I confess, hubby bought this pattern for me for my birthday last year, but I had been too … Continue reading

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A Book Review: Fresh Fabric Treats

Whew! I was gone awhile! We had a vacation, an engagement, a houseguest and much much more, but hopefully, now our lives will return to regularly scheduled programming over here in the fox household! In the meanwhile, I have been … Continue reading

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