Tag Archives: Fabric Color Choices

We found more than just sunshine in California!

We are in California visiting enjoying the sunshine, escaping the cold in the midwest for a few days and visiting with key fabric manufacturers to bring  you the latest and greatest and we just can’t wait to show you a … Continue reading

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Color surprises!

I’ve finally decided what I’m doing for my Crayon challenge and to my surprise, my color choices are quite a bit different than what I started with! I’ve arranged and rearranged blocks and pieces of blocks, auditioning colors and arrangement. … Continue reading

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Are you inspired by travel or nature in your quilting? Sue Spargo spoke at our local Des Moines quilt guild.

Besides the fact Sue Spargo is a wonderful wool artist, her quilts speak, telling stories of places Sue’s traveled and places she’s lived. Through her quilts, she shows us how to find inspiration in nature, travel, and textures. We’re exposed … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek at one of the quilt projects for the Alaskan Cruise!

We are really excited about our next cruise—to Alaska May 21–28—especially our Editor, Jean Nolte, who has been working on a great quilt for the occasion! On a trip to New York City last spring,  Emily Cohen, at Timeless Treasures … Continue reading

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Are you color challenged?

I’ve been working on the guild color challenge that I blogged about last week, and auditioning my turquoise crayon with some of my fabrics. I am also remembering the best workshop I’ve  gone to on color—by Karen K. Stone. She … Continue reading

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