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Month: September 2011

Expect Excellence

What a great SAQA local chapter Parlor Meeting today! Karen Schulz’s spoke about her experiences taking “intensive workshops” with Nancy Crow.My take aways…benefits of these intensive workshops are (1) escaping the day to day reality, (2) spending the time – long days of creating and (3) being in a community of artists were part of what made the workshops effective.  These can be implemented without going away to a retreat or intense workshop.  The Internet allows us to be a…

Freeform Screen Printing

I’m again taking a class with Lyric Kinard (Freeform Screen Printing thru Quilt University), I connect with her.  Her balance of humor, seriousness, honesty and kindness inspire me and allow me to experiment and experiementation is how I learn and grow.  I enjoy and need the experiemental process, so if an instuctor provides guidance, but allows for creative divergence, then I am in heaven.  share the fun…Want more FUN? Follow and like us:

Summer’s Swan Song

Water, water everywhere…Since August we’ve had over 20 inches of rain.  Last Sunday, my local minor league baseball team, Bowie Baysox, didn’t make the playoffs by one game… and the sky opened up and cried all over the earth.So, with baseball finished for the year – summer is over… are we ready for what comes next?an excerpt from  “A Great and Glorious Game: Baseball Writings of A. Bartlett Giamatti””The Green Fields of the Mind It breaks your heart.…


  • #snow at #westrivercenter #quiltcamp #quiltersofinstagram #maryland #quilting connections in thread 🐞
  • Watching #snow ❄️ thinking of sewing ✂️ 🐝🐞friends #handstitching binding ❤️wearing my button 👞@alegriashoes and #snowflake @smartwool socks
  • Must have rounded up from .3456 #numbers #numberscount #patterns

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