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Welcome quilters from the great state of Ohio. This is the place to share your stories and pictures and make new quilting friends!

Location: State of Ohio
Members: 72
Latest Activity: 18 hours ago

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Burgoyne Surrounded

Started by Gwen/OH. Last reply by Traci yesterday. 100 Replies

For those who would be interested in making this top as a "challenge"- to keep each other encouraged, it would be fun to see our progress and do a "show 'n tell" as we go along. It will be easier to…Continue

Fat Quarter Birthday swap

Started by Penny Ackerman. Last reply by Kathy Koehler Holm Feb 4. 89 Replies

We were talking about having a fat quarter swap for anyone interested in doing so. You give us your birthday and colors of fat quarters that you would like to receive. You would get a list of people…Continue

Amish Country Quilt Shop Hop

Started by Rose Mary Grimm. Last reply by Sheila Craft Oct 29, 2013. 4 Replies

Are any of you buckeye quilters going to the Amish Country Quilt Shop Hop this weekend?Our quilters group, Quilters InC., from the church where I work will be going Thursday and staying TWO nights…Continue

Quilter's Dream Orient batting

Started by Beth in Berea. Last reply by Frances Darlene Contadino Apr 8, 2013. 6 Replies

I'm thinking of using Quilter's Dream Orient batting for my Spice Islands Compass quilt.  I'm going to be doing QAYG block by block and joining them using a variation of Betty Cotton's system.I've…Continue

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Comment by Sherri Eley 18 hours ago


This  quilt is called peperment candyt, and it is all pinwheel blocks   Found it in the CNOV/DEC issue of Quiltmaker.  Which was delivered to my house when we were in Arizona.  It is alternating red and light pinwheel  blocks.

Comment by Carol Vickers/OH yesterday

Ladies, I tried to freshen up our slide show by swapping out some older pictures for some of our newer projects.  Please remember (and also for those new members) that when you add a picture to your page to tag it   ohio (all lower case) so that I can snag it for our Ohio Quilters page.  We love to see your new stuff.  Thanks!

Comment by Sheila Craft yesterday

Darn it! I don't have my newsletter any longer but, Marti Mitchell is going to be over in amish country in May. I know you can get tickets from Paw Patch in Mt Vernon but, darned if I can remember where she's going to be. I would have liked to have gone but... I think it's $20 per person. The kaleidoscope I did in the pinks with big flowers is one of her designs and I would have loved to show it to her. ~sigh~

Sherri, one of these days I'm going to do a red & white churn dash. I saw one recently with pinwheel blocks as the center and it was awesome. I saw your lovely pinwheels and it triggered my brain. LOL!

Carol, of course we're old friends!

Comment by Kathy Koehler Holm yesterday
Beautiful and very striking!
Comment by Sherri Eley yesterday

OOPS  should have chosen a better example for the top red block.  The points do not match up well on that one.  But I generally do not worry about that, unless they are really off.  I figure there are so many in the top that I will probably be the only one to notice some of those imperfections. 

Comment by Sherri Eley yesterday

Here are the red and white blocks I am making from all those lovely fq's I received in the birthday exchange.  Started out making this to be a lap sized quilt....but then decided I might like it queen sized. But reality finally took over and I have settled on a twin sized.  Still had to buy some whites, because didn't have enough in my stash to make all the blocks.  I am about halfway there with the blocks needed for a twin sized quilt.  I don't have any twin beds, so it will probably go into my granddaughter stash. 

Comment by Frances Darlene Contadino yesterday

Yes, Bonnie's quilts are really amazing in person, she did a trunk show with her presentation on Tuesday evening. Wow!

Comment by Frances Darlene Contadino yesterday

Yes, I was inspired to try and organize my scraps. Her process makes lots of sense and she says it is one reason she accomplishes so much, because her fabrics are there ready to go.

It was at General Butler State Park Lodge. Apparently they (the local extension offices and UK)have had this sewing expos for over 12 years.

Comment by Carol Vickers/OH yesterday

Sounds like you had a wonderful time, Frances.  And all the quilts in your picture are gorgeous! 

Comment by Sherri Eley yesterday


I used to travel to Carrollton, when I was working with the state health department.  It is such a small town, that I cannot even imagine a sewing expo there that would being in Bonnie HUnter.  But that is great.  I use quite a few of her tips and techniques in my sewing room.  and if she ever gets to my side of the state, I would love to be in one of her workshops.  I just imagine in my mind,  all these women showing up with boxes and garbage bags full of scraps to work on something with her.  

I am trying to organize my scraps that are too small to fold and are just stuffed into a cardboard box.  Cutting  them into useable sized pieces and storing them.  But it seems like I barely make a dent in the pile after working all day on them.  But that's ok, because we are addicted to fabric and just playing with it all day is a delight. 


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