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Patchwork ROI

I have a complicated relationship with quilts. They’re one of the few things I can reliably and consistently sew. They are a significant part of my maternal family culture. My great grandmother, great aunts, and several of my aunts have … Continue reading

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A Free and Adequate Public Education

In April I wrote a bit about the quilt I was working on for the school auction at my kids’ elementary school. While I was looking for some other pictures I found some pictures of the thing done, although not … Continue reading

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Patches and Bridges

I haven’t made a full sized quilt since 1997 or so, and I’m not particularly proud of having made the ones that I did back then. I’ve probably made twenty baby quilts however, and I’ve been wanting to make another … Continue reading

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