Must share. Whilst cruising the Internet I stumbled upon this article, Women, Quilting, and Cultural Production: The Preservation of Self in Everyday Life by Dr. Marybeth C. Stalp. Curious, I did a Google search on the author’s name and found …

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Alix at Mamaka Mills got a writeup this week at Quilt Inspiration. If you are unfamiliar with her work, go here to find out more.

Image credit: Quilt Inspiration

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Sarah at The AfterCraft finished this lovely modern quilt. She explains,

This is a upcycled quilt I was commissioned for by a young woman whose father had passed away and she had kept his ties. She wanted the ties to

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Megan at The Bitchy Stitcher gives you shirtless men, quilts and burritos – all in one awesome calendar. She explains,

I created this calendar as a fundraiser for my brother, who is fighting cancer.

Anyone seen Calendar Girls (2003)? …

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I realize this is not patchwork, but please bear with me. I’m blogging while watching the 9/11 Memorial on television – they are on the ‘G’ names. I’ve already teared up several times listening to those who lost a family …

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Take a moment to view the online Gallery to see blocks made by volunteers from 17 different countries, all to remember the victims of 9/11. At the tenth anniversary, we have not forgotten.…

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They say only the good die young, and this is true with Mark, a police officer, husband and father of two who touched many lives before he died of cancer. Allison at Allie’s in Stitches shares his story on her

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Leah Day at The Free Motion Quilting Project brought up a great discussion topic in a post called Money and the Joy of Quilting. She first asks her readers why they quilt – is the motivation extrinsic or intrinsic? Then …

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Michele from Heart and Hands just made twelve tiny quilts she calls Angel Wraps for the tiniest of babies. Once donated to her local hospital, the personnel will use them to wrap around a baby before handing to the parents. …

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Lesly at Pickle Dish made this Trip Around the World (TATW) quilt top in just two evenings. She says,

It is a low-contrast Kaffe-like composition, just as I intended, so I am warming up to it again.  Again, I used 

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Debra from Debra’s Design Studio invites you to join her End of August Quilt Smackdown event. You’ll make simple star blocks – her friend Barbara shows you how at Thinking Out Loud – and sew them up into a quilt …

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Alix from Mamaka Mills made this custom quilt for a family who lost their son Eugene in an accident. To keep it personal, she made the top from his favorite denim jeans, basketball shorts and various shirts (dress and T-shirts). She …

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One look at this quilt My Cup Runneth Over by Leah Day and there’s no discussion – she’s an artist. I love it and anyone who gets to see this in person is lucky. Visit her blog to read more.…

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Alix of Mamaka Mills Quilts just finished this memory quilt for a family who lost their 5-year old daughter. The parents are giving the quilt to their younger daughter. Alix made the quilt from bits of the sister’s clothing. What …

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This strikingly beautiful quilt, Hot Cast, is Leah Day’s latest project. Go to her POST: Videocast #4 – I’m Crazy about Hot Cast to see and hear more about it. Besides how striking it is, Leah says this quilt …

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