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My Little Friend Mini Quilt

I’ve finished up this month’s Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism challenge over the weekend. This month’s theme was Log Cabin blocks.  For this month’s challenge, I decided to use my green ROYGBIV fabric and make a scrappy looking quilt. I also chose to add a hand embroidered gnome to this month’s mini quilt, which…

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WIP Wednesday

I seem to be a real slacker about having WIPs to share, but I do have a new one this week.  I’ve been working on this month’s Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism Challenge, which is log cabins. I finished my piecing on Sunday, and spent a day of so trying to decide what bit…

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#OurProject52 – Green

Is it spring yet? We’ve barely gotten rid of the snow, and my lawn is a muddy marsh.  In fact, the only truly green plant-life I’ve seen lately is what’s left of my Amaryllis. I don’t generally mind the winter, but I’m to the point that I’m ready for some sunshine and flowers. You can…

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Rayden’s Baby Quilt

I’m super excited that my first quilting finish of 2015 came on the 1st of the year. But even more than that, I’m thrilled that the quilt will be for my nephew Rayden. My step-brother Jeremy and his wife Cassie are due to have a little boy in February, and this quilt is for him.…

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Color Week: Green

It’s another day in the color week challenge. Today’s challenge in green!  I’m super excited about this one, because during the summer the trees, and grass mean there is a lot of green to photograph. All I have to do is walk outside and start shooting. Green Read the other Color Week posts: Red Orange…

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Green

Green is a color intermediate in the spectrum between yellow and blue, an effect of light with a wavelength between 500 and 570 nanometers.  It is often found in nature as the color of most grasses and leaves while growing, of some fruits while ripening, and of the sea. For more green, visit my Green Pinboard.

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Green Friendly

Many of you know that I build websites for a living, both as my day job and as a freelancer.  Recently, it came to my attention that this is not completely “green.”  Of couse, by green I am refering to ecologically friendly.  Granted, websites are great, you can get lots of content and never destroy…

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