Monthly Archives: May 2016

Library show again

Here’s a not very good photo of my “quilt” in the central Berkeley Public Library’s quilt show. I say “quilt,” because it’s actually nine of my 12″ x 12″ quilts, fastened together with safety pins. It’s hanging above the reference desk, … Continue reading

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Disappearing all over the place!

Have you heard of a disappearing hourglass block? I hadn’t until I saw a YouTube video by the Missouri Star Quilt Co. I would have called this a “disappearing broken dishes block,” since that’s what I call the base block, before cutting … Continue reading

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Another four patch

I found an interesting four patch here: http://round22.blogspot.com/2012/07/disappearing-4-patch-with-twist.html . There are complete instructions on how to make it on the link, but here’s my quick version. Here is my four patch with 2″ from the corner marked on all sides. Here it is again … Continue reading

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Disappearing four patch variations

I was going to go to a singing group, but I’m having so much fun exploring disappearing four patch and nine patch variations, that I’m staying home to sew instead. Here is a four patch that has been cut into … Continue reading

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Berkeley Public Library’s annual quilt show

I won the lottery (sort of)! The central/main Berkeley Public Library has a quilt show in the second floor’s original lobby, and by the reference desk. Anyone can have a postcard size quilt in the show, but there’s a lottery for … Continue reading

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