Monthly Archives: August 2012

Creative Nudge – A Bountiful Spirit

I've just arrived home late Tuesday night, after flying home from Cleveland. After a 2-hour delay (due to the United website and computers going down!) we finally flew toward Colorado… only to be diverted to Cheyenne Wyoming at the last … Continue reading

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Long Beach, Birmingham, Ohio, Rome and Moscow. Whew!

Today was one of those glorious end-of-summer days that was filled with sunshine, mild temperatures, and lots of happy people in town for the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. The 6th stage was here today, and a Boulder athlete won the … Continue reading

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Creative Nudge – Letter from an English Garden

  I am writing this just before flying home from Birmingham England, after attending the Festival of Quilts here. Bonnie and I filmed several videos and I took tons of photos. I scoured the show looking for the most unique … Continue reading

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Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, England

This weekend I am writing to you from the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, England. It is the biggest quilt festival in Europe, and quilters come from all over Europe, and indeed from across the globe, to participate in this … Continue reading

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Creative Nudge – Fabric Moxie

In "the old days" children were brought up to go into the family business. They were raised in the soup of the trade chosen by their father, and steeped in the traditions of what was often a multi-generational occupation. Choosing … Continue reading

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Creative Nudge – A Medieval Muse

As we dive into the second week of the Olympics, many of you are thinking about making a quilt to commemorate these London games. Here at eQuilter we've had fun collecting British and London themed prints, along with the various … Continue reading

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Finales and Full Hearts

If you are a long time reader of our newsletter, you may know that I am a classically trained musician. I was a music performance major at CU here in Boulder, before I went on to get my fashion design … Continue reading

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