Monthly Archives: July 2011

Grin and Bear It

  I think if my day job doesn't pan out, I may become a portrait photographer. Here is one of my latest subjects. He was kind enough not only to pose, but to give me a smile. A friend of … Continue reading

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Hope for the Future

This week everyone at eQuilter is so excited about the arrival of our first "eQuilter Baby" – our buyer Dijana gave birth to baby boy Parker on Thursday night. In all our 12 years, this is the first time anyone … Continue reading

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Creative Nudge – A Group Effort

  Quilters are an eclectic bunch. They are fiercely independent, and can spend hours alone with needle and thread, creating their own personal vision expressed in color and fabric. On the other hand we quilters are incredibly social animals! Our … Continue reading

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Red Badge of Quilting Courage

  The buzz from the Red & White Quilt Show at New York's Park Avenue Armory in March has not died down. Instead, the show has sparked a wave of inspiration among quilters on the East Coast, and around the … Continue reading

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Sacred Threads

  On Sunday I was at the Sacred Threads quilt exhibit in Herndon, VA, near the Washington DC Dulles Airport. eQuilter has sponsored this quilt show for many years, but this was the first time I was able to see … Continue reading

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Just thought I'd share this NASA moment with you all – As Atlantis lifted off for the last time, I watched it live, then sent a congratulatory text to Dr Jack Bacon at NASA (an Intl Space Station manager – … Continue reading

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