Monthly Archives: June 2012

Zig-Zag Quilt

I’ve had this quilt finished for quite some time yet never took a picture of it.  After it came out of the washer, it went straight on our bed and has been there ever since.  We both love it as … Continue reading

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An antique quilt

I picked this up from a secondhand store several years ago.  I love antiques, and the owner would buy estates full of furniture, open his store Thursday-Saturday and sell everything he had bought the week before.  His goal was to … Continue reading

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A scrap baby quilt

This little baby quilt was made out of scraps from my recent King size wonky star quilt.  I accidentally made an extra long strip for the back of that quilt that I didn’t need.  So, I cut it into thirds, … Continue reading

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Making my own wedding cake

My own wedding was almost six years ago, well before I started blogging.  However, my recent posts about other cakes made me decide to do a quick recap of my own wedding cake. I decided to do my own cake first … Continue reading

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June Bee Blocks

We Bee Learning– This block is a traditional block known by many names (churn dash is the one I know it by).  A 30s reproduction print was requested.  I’m not sure this is exactly that, but it’s kind of close, … Continue reading

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Baby boy nursery progress

  I’m slowly making progress on the bedding set I’m making for my new baby’s room.  It won’t be needed (most likely) until late September, so I have plenty of time, but I also don’t want to leave it until … Continue reading

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It’s a boy! My sewing plans for the new nursery

Although this will be our second boy, and although deep down I was hoping for a girl, the new fabrics I’ve chosen for the nursery have perked me back up.  Initially, if it was a boy, I had planned to … Continue reading

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