Category Archives: liberated stars

Improv star finished

Improv star is now quilted. Thanks for everyone’s advice on how to quilt it. I used the walking foot to quilt parallel lines, in various improvisational directions. I didn’t mark any lines on the quilt, but used the width of … Continue reading

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Improv quilt

I’ve been working on this quilt top for a couple of weeks. It’s an idea for a class I’d like to teach. I’m getting ready to sandwich it and quilt it. Any suggestions for how to quilt it?

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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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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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Quilts in the Addison Street Windows!

If you happen to be in downtown Berkeley, any time between now and January 15th, I have a quilt in the mini quilt show in the Addison Street Windows. This is on the same block with Berkeley Rep and Freight & Salvage, … Continue reading

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Quilt Therapy

Since I blogged about my younger daughter’s quilt, it seemed only fair that I blog about the quilt I made for Elisheva, my older one. I made it during the summer, after her high school graduation, and finished it before she left for college. … Continue reading

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