Archive for the ‘Studio’ Category

My New Toy

Posted by Carol on February 20, 2018 in Blog, Studio | No Comments

When I first began quilting, hand quilting was still the norm. It took a while for machine quilting to be generally accepted and not considered a cop-out or inferior. When machine quilting on a typical home sewing machine, the biggest obstacle was shoving a large quilt in the area between the needle and the main body […]

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Tortoise or the Hare

Posted by Carol on March 12, 2017 in Behind the Scenes, Blog, Studio, Work in Process | No Comments

Tortoise or the Hare. When it comes to large projects, some people are more tortoise and some more hare. Sprint or marathon. It takes perseverance to maintain momentum when working on large, usually long-term, projects. People frequently comment that it must take patience to finish making a quilt because of the time commitment. I would […]

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Benefit Auction continued: Countryside rughooking

Posted by Carol on December 18, 2016 in Art Biz, Behind the Scenes, Blog, Studio | No Comments

Opening bid on Countryside is $50. 26.5 x 36.5. Hand-dyed wool. The auction on this piece will expire at midnight (CST) Saturday December 24, 2016….Christmas Eve! If you aren’t interested in bidding, please forward to as many people as you can. All my life I have been addicted to thread. I have knitted, crocheted, needlepointed, […]

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