Quilts a beacon among sporatic open class entries
Quilting entries in the Clay County Fair have always remained strong, largely thanks to members of the Piotique Quilters Guild and Piece Makers of Miltonvale -- but this year’s Fair
Hello readers, I hope this post finds you well, this Friday evening of the Bank Holiday weekend. Thank you for all your comments on my last blog post, it was so good to be welcomed back. It feels like only yesterday that I wrote it but I'm thinking it probably wasn't. Hmm! We're most definitely in my Den today, the epicentre of my little world. I've been doing reasonably well at carving out some crafty time and I'm here to share my latest project and a few images of my Den with you, too…
10 Ways to Breathe New Life Into Old Family Heirlooms
Turn vintage hankies into a rag quilt. Create a darling rag quilt from beautiful old hankies. Cut pieces of flannel and fleece squares to back each hanky, then sew blocks of hankies together in a row, leaving a one-inch wide seam between each block. Snip perpendicular to the seams between each block to create the traditional "rag" style.