Tag Archives: East Bay Heritage Quilters

Making more postcards

I’m back to making postcards for EBHQ to sell at the next Voices in Cloth quilt show. This one has Laurel Burch cats, and a sun made by machine stitching. Instead of zigzagging around the appliqué as I usually do, … Continue reading

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Disappearing hourglass eight ways!

I took an EBHQ fabric marbling class on Monday. Above are three of the eighteen fabric pieces I dyed. I showed them at the East Bay Modern Quilters meeting on Tue. Stacey asked me what I was going to do with … 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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Postcards for Voices In Cloth

EBHQ (East Bay Heritage Quilter)’s big quilt show, Voices In Cloth, is coming up March 19 and 20. http://www.ebhq.org/quilt-shows/vic2016?utm_source=VIC+&utm_campaign=VIC+2016&utm_medium=email  I’ve been making postcards that they sell to raise money for EBHQ. Here are some made of selvages. If you’re anywhere … 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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Welcome to Claire Sherman Art

Baskets and Hot Lemonade is 31” x 29 ½” For my first blog post, I chose a quilt I finished in 2014, called Baskets and Hot Lemonade. My younger daughter, Shira, has frequently encouraged me to buy food themed fabrics. … Continue reading

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