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I am and intermediate quilter and am a participant in two free quilt groups. I have been quilting seriously since 2002 and love piecing, color coordinating, borders and well-done bindings! The leader of one group is a wonderful woman with a degree in textiles and fine sewing. She taught herself to quilt and is a multi-dimensional and excellent teacher. I am a fortunate student.
The Underground Railroad Quilt I'm showing here was a class project that we donated for hanging at the library where we meet. Each of us ended up with our own quilt.
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Hi, Everyone.

Working on another crazy quilt throw with 9 blocks and probably putting sashing only between the rows, not the blocks, in a nice burgandy. The blocks are in beautiful rose florals with some lovely blenders. The outside of the throw will be this terrific floral and ribbon strip that my friend Janet and I found, so I bought all of the remainding 9 yds. She's waiting on me to do mine and then she gets a wack at it!! Have a great week!!

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At 6:23pm on December 26, 2011, Kathy Steele said…

Hi Beverly, wondering if you are still out there. I think about you and wonder how you are. Are you still quilting?? Hope all is well with you.

At 7:31am on January 22, 2011, Joannequilts said…
Beverly, hi! My friends and I go to Maysville to Wal Mart, the tobacco store (cause it's cheaper in KY! lol!), and to the Ponderosa for Senior buffet on Mondays. One of the ladies that work at WM said that there is a quilt shop in New Washington (or is it Old Washington?? Anyway one of those! Not far from the Wal Mart..we have never gone there..my friends aren't really interested in the pricey fabric.) We are all retired, so even I don't buy much from quilt shops anymore. But one day I would like to go there, just to check it out! Thanks for letting me know about the shop in Portsmouth..haven't been there in a number of years, but if the opportunity arises, I will be sure to go!
At 8:29am on January 7, 2011, Janis B / OH said…

Beverly, I'm embarrassed to say that I haven't checked my web page on QWU since before Christmas.  I see you asked about the quilt shop just east of 71 on Broad.  That would be Always in Stitches.  Mary Clark was the original owner and now she has a couple of partners.  They are expanding their fabric selection and reorganizing the interior of the shop, while the shop is open.  It's a very nice shop and they are planning a Grand Re-opening event sometime in the next month or so. Here is a link to the store http://www.alwaysinstitchesohio.com/.  If you sign up for her newsletter you will hear about the re-opening event. 

Hope this helps.

At 4:12am on January 6, 2011, Kathy Steele said…

Oh my goodness Beverly, it is stunning!  I think it is beautiful and I suspect the colors are even more vibrant in person. I can't imagine the work that went into that.  I like how the star stands out. Did you have doubts about the colors?? Do the colors work with a room that you have?? Very, very well done. 

I have been thinking about you this week!

At 4:33am on October 17, 2010, Kathy Steele said…
It is so easy to turn things around. Congratulations for thinking ahead and practicing on paper first. I was in a class and had the instructor checking to make sure things were turned properly before cutting. It was pretty scary!! I'll be waiting to see the result!
At 8:45am on October 16, 2010, Pat Jackson, OH said…
Hi, Beverly,
At the time that I had inherited all of my mother's handkerchiefs on top of all my grandmothers, Simply Quilts (still on the air at the time) featured Cindy Brickman, who created the Hanky Panky quilts, was a guest on the show. I was intrigued and checked out her book from the library. What you saw posted was only about 4 out of 20 that I've made. They're very easy and a lot of fun.
At 2:20pm on October 13, 2010, Pat Jackson, OH said…
Hi Beverly,
My daughter got my quilot photos loaded onto my page. Stop by to see them any time.
At 9:59am on October 9, 2010, Kathy Steele said…
Beverly, I don't remember for sure where you are? If you were going to Columbus, would you come anywhere near me or not?
At 6:14am on October 8, 2010, Pat Jackson, OH said…
Hi, Beverly
Just got around to reading your comment on my wall. Thank you for the compliment. I hope to have some quilt pics up soon. I need one of my daughters to take pictures then load them onto the computer as I tend to be technologically challenged. My formal training with computers occurred in the days of using punch cards. That shows how much of a dinosaur I am.
At 12:28pm on August 13, 2010, Kathy Steele said…
Hi Beverly, wanted to let you know I received my book in the mail today. I'm glad you liked the technique and ordered a book. And thank you for the pattern! It is beautiful and I have an old trunk I would love to make it for. Sadly, we are going to be gone the dates of the Sharonville show. Are you going to the show?? If so, I am so sad to miss the opportunity with you!! We still have to work on a time for many of us to get together.
 
 
 

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