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Amy Gibson creates the Sugar Cube Block of the Month each year and this year I'm participating. Her blocks are gorgeous and her directions very easy to follow. more »
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Here I'll be featuring various blocks and tutorials that have been popular with my readers. New England Quilt Block Clock more »

Friday Finds, October 31

Happy Halloween, Readers!  I love this “Elegant Halloween Ensemble” post from Julie at The Crafty Quilter.   It doesn’t scream Halloween but it surely is but also could just be a Fall item.    She gives info on where to find the pat

Retreat Projects

by Quilter in Motion
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Here’s the quilt I finished at retreat.  It’s going to my great-nephew, Aidan Benjamin, in the mail as soon as we stop for more than a night. The strange pose is because I realized I was still in my pj’s when they were taking the ph

Here’s Another Finish from Retreat

Remember the quilt along I’ve been doing with my Threadbias group?  I had all the blocks completed but hadn’t had time to put the blocks together.  I took it along to Retreat hoping the time would be available to get it together.  Yup, I

Travel Cord Cozy

by Quilter in Motion
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Remember the Friday Find for the Travel Cord Cozy?  It was a tutorial by Live it Love it Make it blogger.  You can find the Friday Finds HERE . I didn’t get a chance to make one before the Quilt Retreat which would have been so awesome to have

Retreat Fun

by Quilter in Motion
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Tonight at Quilt Retreat we had a pin swap. It was done in the Yankee swap fashion. What a hoot!  There were several pins that changed a lot of hands before staying with one person. The photo shows all the pins and you can see there was a wide variet

Retreat Report

by Quilter in Motion
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I tried each evening at retreat to send a post out to you all but I was unsuccessful.  I discovered, upon arriving home, that all three had made it to “Draft” status  at least.   No photos were included and since they were inconclusive, I