Monthly Archives: August 2010

People around the world are slowly realizing the magnitude of the floods in Pakistan. This week when you check out at eQuilter be sure to choose Doctors Without Borders and your charity dollars will go to an organization that is … Continue reading

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Something very special is happening this week – thanks to eQuilter customers who contribute to Mission of Love. (One of the 7 charity choices on our checkout page) Right now in Guatemala, 2 plastic surgeons have donated their time to … Continue reading

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In my nostrils still lives the breath of flowers that perished twenty years ago." Mark Twain…on Hawaii "Somehow, the love of the islands, like the love of a woman, just happens. One cannot determine in advance to love a particular … Continue reading

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I love secondary colors. Actually, I love weird, indescribable colors. As a painter, when I look at an impossible mix of colors (like in this sunset image) I can't help but think – how would you mix those colors and … Continue reading

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?Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen.? -John Steinbeck ?Children are happy because they don?t have a file in their minds called ?All the Things That … Continue reading

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Last Saturday my segment on Quilting Arts TV aired on our local PBS station, with my discussion about how to audition coordinating fabrics with those amazing and sometimes perplexing large scale prints! We've just posted this segment on our video … Continue reading

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