Monthly Archives: August 2020

I took a Zoom workshop with Latifah Saafir!

Today EBHQ had its first Zoom workshop since Shelter In Place. Latifah Saafir was the teacher. This is her paper pieced Molehills pattern. Since I never make want to make someone else’s pattern or make a quilt that looks like … Continue reading

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Continuing to add to my hamsa quilt

I had so much fun with the string blocks on the Lone Robin that I decided to add larger ones to this quilt. My question is what 4″ block to put in the corners? I was thinking of a liberated … Continue reading

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Lone Robin with the third element

Here’s my Lone Robin with the third prompt, stripes or strips. I used a foundation piecing technique that uses newspaper as the tear away foundation. The first strip was 1.25.” The rest of the strips are either 1″ or 3/4″ … Continue reading

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It’s exactly 100 years since women won the right to vote!

Here’s my quilt for the online show 100 Years of Women’s Progress. Follow this link to see the whole show:¬†https://www.centuryofwomensprogress.com/claire-sherman Here’s what I wrote about this quilt: Still No ERA I remember when the first issue of Ms. Magazine hit … Continue reading

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Lone Robin, round #2

Here is my Lone Robin with the second element: flying geese blocks. I chose to put them only along the top. There are now 100 quilters signed up for the Lone Robin with EBHQ, and possibly an equal number at … Continue reading

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