Friday, October 29, 2010

Happy Pink Saturday!

On my blog, I very rarely venture away from crazy quilting. So read this post at your own risk because it isn't really a post on crazy quilting. I am not a big Halloween person, but I thought maybe it would be fun if a person could dress up as Marie Antoinette. She wore the most beautiful dresses!
Even Barbie has dressed up as Marie Antoinette! Most of the costumes that I found online were not really anything I would I guess it was just fun to think about. Who know's maybe I will make a crazy quilt Marie Antoinette something or other, that would be more my style!

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

More MCC Blocks, a much needed Update!

Here are blocks 8, 9 and 10 for the MCC Pansy Crazy Quilt. I only have 4 more blocks to piece! The other ladies involved in the making of this quilt have been doing an awesome job embellishing and stitching, I'll keep you posted as I recieve more finished squares!
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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Yesterday it was raining and it felt a little bit like fall. I don't like winter, cold weather etc. I am a summer/beach girl. It was getting me down, but I stitched up some flowers and it felt like spring!

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Friday, October 15, 2010

Candace Kling is Coming to Wichita!(and Happy Pink Saturday!)

Candace Kling will be coming to Wichita for the Victorian Stitchery Retreat! Aren't the pictures of her classes amazing? The picture above is some examples for her Vintage Ruching class.

This picture has some examples of flowers you would learn in her fabric flowers class. I think they are beautiful and they look just like the flowers that everyone is wearing this fall!

Here is a picture of her ribbon flower class, and again, they are amazing! If you would be interested in any of these classes and can come to Wichita, you may email me at for more info.
Sorry I didn't post for Pink Saturday last week, my browser wouldn't let me log into my blogger account. Remember to check in with our wonderful sponsor, Beverly. Just click on the Pink Saturday icon on the top right of your screen and she will list other wonderful blogs you can visit.
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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Judith Baker Montano is coming to Wichita!

Judith Baker Montano will be one of the teacher's for the Victorian Stitchery Retreat in November. She just sent me the most amazing pictures of her classes! Pictured above is her Cottage Garden class. She will be teaching this on Thursday, November 11th.

This is a picture of her Fuchsia Pouch that she will be teaching Friday, November 12th. Pictured below is her cute Chicken Bumble which she will be teaching Saturday, November 13th. If you have a chance to come to Wichita and take a class from Judith it really is a treat!

The entire retreat runs from November 8-13 in Wichita, KS and other teachers are J. Marsha Michler, Carole Samples and Candace Kling. It really is a wonderful variety of teachers and I hope you can make it to the retreat! You may email me at for more information.

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Friday, October 1, 2010

Happy Pink Saturday!

Happy Pink Saturday! I have really had a good week, but it has kept me so busy that I didn't blog all week. If you follow my blog, you know that every year myself and 6 other very talented ladies make a quilt for the MCC sale in Hutchinson, KS. MCC stands for Mennonite Central Committee and they do a lot of wonderful things! They are known for helping with disaster relief and often are one of the first to arrive at the scene. This last year, we made a Valentine Crazy Quilt made from a pattern designed by Carole Samples. As I pieced the quilt, I made some changes from the original pattern but really I do love how it turned out.

Our group has met the wonderful person who bought the quilt. She is also a crazy quilter and we know it went to a really good home! She sent me the picture above and doesn't it just look perfect in her house!

I will be offering this quilt as a block of the month/online class starting this month. For more information on enrolling in this class you may go to my website,
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