Archive for July, 2011

Last week at the Trenton, Quilt and Sew we made aprons.  I love going to class!  You can learn something new no matter how long you have been sewing.  We zig-zagged over fishing line to pull the ruffle for the bottom of the apron.  It is reversable and very cute!


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This past week, July 11th – 15th, I took my granddaughter, Mia and her friend Rachel to sewing camp in Trenton, KY.  We had a good week and they made a rail fence quilts.  (TV size) and I made one in a Halloween motif that was a larger square quilt.   That pattern came from the Quilt in a Day, Rail Fence Quilt, for kids at heart, by LuAnn Stout.   It was to be a Mother/child class that turned out to be a  grandmother/grandchild week.  There were two Grandmothers, me and Lisa.  Lisa had her grandson, Hunter and her granddaughter, Rose.   I had my granddaughter Mia and her friend Rachel.  Mia is from Colt, AR and Rachel is the daughter of a good friend of mine.  They met at VBS this year and became friends.  

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