Monthly Archives: May 2013

The 30 Minute Pillow Case

Today was a day to get all those “other” things off my to do list as I get closer and closer to starting a new project! When my niece Kristy turned 19 and I was just getting back into quilting … Continue reading

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Kindred Spirits

On March 1st I put out a challenge to myself and others to complete a project that had been sitting in the “yet to do” pile; a pile that was getting on in years. I’ve completed my challenge! Twenty six … Continue reading

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Quilting Marathon

This is the 2nd May long weekend that I have spent working on Canuck quilts. It’s amazing how much you can get done when you dedicate 3-4 days working on a project. While Joan was away at the Canadian Quilters … Continue reading

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2013 I Believe in Blue Quilts

We are in the final days of getting the Canuck quilts ready for the children and their families at Canuck Place Children’s Hospice. The campaign started early this year with Joan quilting the first one back in January. This coming … Continue reading

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May the 4th Be With You

We had a choice between Cinco de Mayo or May the 4th Be With You as our May theme. Two years ago, when the Canucks were in the 2nd round of the playoffs, we celebrated Cinco de Mayo and I … Continue reading

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Quilt Flash Mob: MLQ Mystery quilts in Stanley Park

The term ” flash mob” has been around since 2003. Check it out here—> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flash_mob I don’t think what we’reĀ about to do should be considered a “seemingly pointless” display but it is a flash mob of sorts! What we have … Continue reading

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