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I am a grandma of seven lovely grandchildren. I stay home and love to quilt, nothing technical as I am just starting to take some classes.Love the basic and crazy quilts. I am married with 4, 3 girls and 1 boy, all grown up now.Would love to meet other ladies from the allover.
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quilting, applique, machine quilting, crazy quilting
My pets are awesome!
Powder and Ashes = 2 Cats

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Christmas Quilts

Posted on May 21, 2009 at 10:06pm 3 Comments

Hello fellow/lady quilters, has anyone out started on any Christmas quilts or ideas? I love snowmen and would love any ideas or patterns if anyone would like to share? Thanks

Turning Twenty Series

Posted on May 16, 2009 at 2:12pm 5 Comments

Hello Everyone,

Finally posted my quilt and quilt top.

This is from the turning twenty series, I am just in love with the browns. Both of these quilts are going to be donated. Brown one is finished ,but the wolf one is uncommpleted.

Any comments or questions, please feel free to email me


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At 3:58am on May 22, 2009, Barb D in Maine said…
Hi Jessie - there is a really cute pattern for a snowman quilt in the Winter 2009 Fabric Trends magazine, called "Under Cover" - you might still be able to get that issue online.
At 11:37pm on May 21, 2009, Gayle/La. said…
Hi Jessie, Have you thought about doing a Christmas fabric in the Turning Twenty pattern. Ever how many fabrics you need with a holiday pattern on it should be lovely. Just an idea. I am going to be starting my Christmas table cloths soon and I think I might try your Turning 20 pattern for it. It looks like it would work up quickly enough. I will be making 1 for my large table and 1 for a 52" square table. I want to do 3 toppers about 20"to 25" for my end tables. Okay, I think I better get started now..............
At 5:27am on May 18, 2009, Vanda said…
Hi Jessie, keep up the good work. The first quilt is usually the hardest to accomplish for some people......wanting to get colors just right, etc. Keep them coming!
At 10:34am on May 17, 2009, Vanda said…
Jessie! Your quilt is just lovely, and I love the deep, rich colors you chose. Congrats, fellow quilter!
At 8:19pm on May 16, 2009, Paula Jones said…
Hi Jessie, I just bought that pattern and am anxious to get it started, did you find it an easy pattern?
At 3:31pm on May 16, 2009, Helen Hartgrove said…
So enjoyed your quilts. You do such nice work. Am sorry about you losing a nephew. How old was he? I just lost a nephew the end of April. He was 47 yrs. old. Never married, had not been feeling good all winter. The doc thought at first he had a heart attack, but that was ruled out, after taking more tests,they found out he died of double pnemonia, plus other complications. So sad. So many tragics for us since the new year of 2009. My sympathy to you and family. Helen
At 5:47pm on March 25, 2009, AnnetteJ said…
Hi Jessie: Grande Prairie....that's where my Mum & Dad lived when they were first married and my sister was born there. Mum & Dad were married in Pouce Coupe...a vvvverry long time ago. Back when GP was a mud-hole. I'm in Red Deer although we've lived from Inuvik to Medicine Hat and points in between. My Grandma, Aunt & Uncle were in Dawson Creek. Nice to have a Peacer with us
At 7:02pm on March 5, 2009, Sharon Reeves said…
Hi Jesse...I'm now making a queen for our guest bed. It has 42 blocks and I had 21 pinned and ready to sew. Of them, I have 12 blocks done and 4 more almost completed. I thought this pattern would be harder, but it's really an easy one. Waterwheel Variation from quilterscache.com If you have any pictures to post, I'd love to see them. Happy quilting..Sharon
At 7:08pm on February 19, 2009, Carol Wadkins said…
Hi Jessie,
Happy to hear you are looking to meet ladies fro allover...... I am from NY, west of Rochester. I have 3 grown children and the man I am with also has 3 grown children, so between us we have 12 grandkids. I have been busy the past year and a half making quilts for them. Whatever is special to them I try to make. I just finished a cat one for our 16 yr old granddaughter. Not sure who is next, but I will decide soon!
Have a nice evening!

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