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Lisa in Md
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  • Boonsboro, MD
  • United States
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quilting, hand quilting, embroidery, gardening

My UFO List

  • Civil War Chronicles BOM - Mo1, Mo2, Mo3, Mo4, Mo5, Mo6, Mo7, Mo8, Mo9, Mo10, Mo11, Mo12
  • Sizzlin Sixties  quilt - piece
  • Darlene's Slacker - piece, piece, piece!
  • Merry Merry Snowmen - embellishment
  • Fish


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Need your vote!

Posted on April 14, 2011 at 2:59am 0 Comments

All, Ive entered the Accuquilt Barn Quilt contest and need your vote!  I've enter my Amish style quilt - see below.  Please vote at http://www.accuquilt.com/design-by-lisa-t.html,  There's not much time (voting closes the 19th), Thanks!  PS - Im 200 votes behind but still a bit hopeful.  Thanks again!!!! Lisa



Primitive Quilt Patterns

Posted on August 29, 2009 at 7:00am 8 Comments

All, I am wanting to change the decor in my dining room to a Primitive (and/or Americana perhaps) decor. I rarely see any wall hanging patterns in a Primitive design. Anyone have any ideas? I'm looking for a sizable quilt, perhaps table topper size. Thanks.

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Posted on June 20, 2009 at 8:54am 1 Comment

CT, I've been meaning to say, hats off to Andy? and website crew. (Got the name from peeking at one of your pages). I've been on a lot of sites and this one is put together really well. I am impressed. Not that my opinion matters of course but as a customer it is nice to have an eye-pleasing layout, nice colors, content can be found easily, good navigation, .... some sites just have pages that run on and on and the search feature is awful. Today I was on a site that obviously used dynamic… Continue

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At 11:44am on June 20, 2011, Gloria Edinger said…

Not cheating in my mind.  Your work is still beautiful and it take times to do it, even if your embroidery machine helps a little.  I have an embroidery machine, but used it only once on a baby quilt for my daughter's friend...the quilt turned out so cute.  

However, I got so bored watching it and changing the thread colors so it now sits on a shelf ...at least for now.  I only kept the machine because that same daughter  expressed  great interest in learning to use it.  I later realized that interest only lasted as long as it took me to finish her friend's baby quilt, LOL. 

I belong to the new Threadpainting group here now too.  I like to use my sewing machine to do free motion threadpainting and sketching on my quilts.  I've been working at learning this technique, off and on, for a couple of years now and I can see progress.  I've even made a few postcards that I've swapped with other threadpainters on a Yahoo group I moderate too.  It is FUN! 

Maybe you will want to try it someday...no limit on design or size..that "no limit" is what finally pulled me in the direction of doing free motion threadpainting  instead of using my embrioidery machine too.   Both methods of doing this type of work are lovely though and you should be proud of your quilts.  As I said, it is not cheating.

At 1:58pm on June 19, 2011, Gloria Edinger said…

Funny girl!  Thx  for comments on age and quilts. 8)

Photo from about 3 yrs ago when I was the same age as your DH.  Not willing to post a newer one yet.  "GRAVITY"  has been even more unkind to me lately, LOL. 

Well, I'll TRY to go look at your quilts now...I'll just skim down quickly from upper portion of your page.  Have a great day.

At 10:45am on June 19, 2011, Gloria Edinger said…

Lisa, it is NOT fair.  8)  That man in your icon photo is soooo handsome.  Don't worry, I'm waay too old for him, LOL.    It's just that it is so hard  to go look at your quilts when you have that photo of you AND him here too.  No offfense meant...just letting you know...

At 6:26pm on March 14, 2011, Bev. McCrady,Sask, Canada said…

Lisa, your pfaff wouldn't be the 7570 would it? That is the one I have and I agree it is very heavy to tote around. I have had the machine for about 5 years but I purchased it second hand without the embroidery unit. Then before Christmas my daughter spotted one on e-bay for $65 and snapped it up. Haven't fired it up yet, but I certainly will.

My pfaff dealer told my that the 7570 is probably the best model pfaff has made, not to trade it off. So I will keep it and I also have a Performance 2058, which I love.

Keep up the lovely work Lisa and good luck with your very looooong list for 2011. I hope you take time to eat and sleep. LOL


At 7:42am on March 14, 2011, Bev. McCrady,Sask, Canada said…

Lisa, I just scrolled through all your photos. Your work is exquisite, also love your embroidery work. What brand of embroidery machine do you have? Love all the patterns. I have a Pfaff embroidery machine haven't done much with it as I just recently was able to get the embroidery attachment.

Keep up the good work. I also love table runners and toppers. I like to see my results quickly. LOL

Have a great day Lisa,

At 3:05pm on March 11, 2011, Cindy Gerstl said…
Lisa, We're on our way back to Silver Spring in a week. Let me know when you'll be going to Frederick. I haven't been quilt shop hopping in a while.
At 8:40pm on July 28, 2010, Linda "Sue" Robertson, TN said…
I am so sorry you dropped out too!!!! I tried to get you to come back. Next time when we do another one, you are in girlfriend!!!!! Thank you for the compliment. It is at the quilters. I can't wait to get it back.
At 2:00am on June 30, 2010, Mary johnson said…
Dear Friends

The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!

Go sign up now and let the fun begin.


Hope we see you there


At 9:13am on May 14, 2010, Alicia Sawyer said…
Thanks Lisa! I was looking for something else on my computer and ran across that file that had that baby quilt in it. I have a few more to post soon. Wow-2nd in his class--that is awesome!!!! My son graduated in 2007 and I remember how hectic those weeks before graduation were. He is now a junior in college. My daughter will be a junior in high school next year. I swear they were just in kindergarten yesterday!!!! What classes are you taking? My husband just graduated on May 1st. He went to school online but wanted to walk for graduation. Sometimes this time of year is busier than Christmas! Thanks for writing back and tell your son congrats for me! With smarts like that I'm sure God had big things planned for him!!!!
At 4:52pm on May 11, 2010, Alicia Sawyer said…
Hey Lisa! You must be really busy lately--haven't seen anything from you in a while! Hope everything is ok.

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