Monthly Archives: March 2012

Arts Focus

My daughter coordinates the textiles class of Arts Focus at her sons’ school. Every year they do a quilting project in the fall and spring. The kids are kindergarten through fifth grade. They hand sew the squares and do the … Continue reading

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This one fits!

I think this one will work for Ginger 🙂

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Doggie coat, part 2

So the doggie coat I made for Ginger was too big, as you can see here. So I made another one, this time a size small instead of medium. I hope this one fits her.  

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Coat for Ginger

Poor Ginger, my sister’s little miniature dachshund. She’s aging (around 13 years old) and cold in these harsh California winters (!). So I made her a little coat with leftover polartec I had from jackets and pants I had made … Continue reading

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And another 15 – for a total of 93!

Only 18 left to go before I have made all 111 blocks for my Farmer’s Wife quilt.

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Rainbow flannel quilts

I finally finished the little rainbow quilts that my granddaughters started on our family vacation in Santa Cruz in 2009. At the time they were 7 and 5 years old. They picked the colors, I cut the squares and they … Continue reading

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