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Field Trip at the Oakland Museum

At the end of each semester i have taken the habit of bringing my students from Harbor House on a field trip to get inspired while seeing art, beauty and other quilters’ work. Last year we went to the San … Continue reading

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A Week of Finishes

The month of October passed with quite a bit of  “dithering” on my part – flitting from project to project with “indecisive agitation” but not finishing much.  However, with Northern California’s second true rainstorm in two weeks, I have regained my SOU or Sense … Continue reading

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Bossy Quilts

I’ve always said quilts have a mind of their own – they will tell you what they want. However, some quilts are more “assertive” than others. This is a story about a very bossy quilt. Like my Shoo-Fly String Quilt, this … Continue reading

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It’s a Win-Win

We’ve been watching the Warriors in the NBA play offs this past week. However, after game 2 and 3, I didn’t know if I could sit through another game – way too much excitement and agony.         … Continue reading

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Restoration of Leah’s Quilt

My friend and neighbor Leah Kaizer asked me if i could restore a quilt she had since she was a little girl. Her grandfather Samuel Kaizer came from Poland to San Francisco in 1906 and ended up living in Los … Continue reading

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