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Our good friend and lovely Irish lady, Nuala, made this darling quilt for a great nephew.

It's on it's way to Montreal, Canada


Storm at Sea

Candy Johnston has made a beauty!

Love this runner

Jeannine used our new "Love" collection to make a Valentines day runner


Penny used the Moda's Darling Little Dickens charm packs to make this very sweet baby quilt

Sue and George Viscoti have told us that

"This past year they have been donating quilts to veterans at the Albany VA.  They are always very appreciative of the quilts."

What a nice thing to do! Kudos to Sue and George!

Laura and John from Laurens have made a quilt for their son, lucky guy!


Cadence Westford, NY

Made a pumpkin for Thanksgiving!

Isabella and Ethan, from NC, have been visiting

Grammy and Grampy Briteman and have

each made a quilt.  What fun to have

a project to work on!




Michealle loves to make baby quilts.

Lucky little girl getting a quilt with cuddle

on the back. It doesnt get softer than this!

A beautiful skirt for a lovely lady!


Pat Hoye has made a cozy flannel

"Apple Core" quilt. Bet this is a hit at her house!


Boston Red Sox

All baseball fans need a team quilt!


The Dynamic Duo

Laura and John

Quilts for Veterans Project

Laura, John and the "Group" are making quilts for the

veterans in Laurens, NY . What a thoughtful project!


Our friend Jean Nace  has entered into the world of rag quilts. She will be making many more that's for sure!

This is her 7 month old grandson enjoying Hungry Caterpillar and trying to pick off the food. How cute is that?


Meet Anne Townsend from Albuquerque NM.

She and her husband are on their way to Elmira for a reunion of WWII veterans. Only 3 of them left that able to make the trip.



Our friend Cheryl from Albany is on a roll! See what happens when you clean out your sewing room?


Our custom quiter Julie is also a bag lady!

She makes awesome bags to sell.

This style is a favorite with her customers.

If you need a bag let us know, we will send you to Julie~


We have a pact with our friend Cheryl from Albany. She has a LOT of fabric, decided to clean out her sewing room and brought bags of treasures to us with the plea that we finish some of the started projects. So we have! Some have been turned into Jimmy Quilts to take to Dana Farber in June. Now Cheryl has gotten motivated to work on the pile she has left and she is making Jimmy Quilts too!!

We both needed a kick in the pants to finish stuff!



Linda wouldn't let us take her picture so meet John

from Ilion. Linda is a prolific quilter and we love seeing the beauties that she makes! Some lucky baby will enjoy this pretty quilt and probably take it to Kindergarten.

Terri LaPoint loves working with wool and wool felt as much as we do! Look at these beautiful Spring pieces.

Look at all the beading on this lovely

Easter wool table piece. We wish that you

could really see the beading!!

A new quilter and her very supportive husband!

Susan and Ed

Susan just bought a Baby Lock Amelia

and is ready to start quilting!

Becky, our friend from Delhi, has pulled an "oldie but goodie" out of the closet and is determined to finish it by this September. She plans to put it in the Delhi quilt show. She started this a long time ago, anyone care to guess? I'ts all embroidered by hand and is lovely.



We met a lovely lady, Andree, this past week who hand dyes and creates exquisite silk scarves. She was rolling hems on her sewing machine with the snail foot and not really happy with the results. We introduced her to a Baby Lock Imagine serger and she was in awe! The hems are as beautiful as her scarves! With her new Imagine serger she will be able to hem in a fraction of the time, have perfect results every time and have more time to dye and create .

What could be better than that?

Andree is using three different thread colors in some hems

and they actually become part of the design element.

Some are hemmed with a rolled hem using decorative threads in theupper looper and some are done with a three thread narrow and three different color threads. Andree tells us "This has changed the way I approach my work." Imagine that?

Andree is exhibiting at a show at the Lincoln Center in NY soon and we are sure her Baby Lock Imagine serger will be going with her.

Busy with her Imagine Serger!


Shirley Evans

West Winfield NY

is a master quilter and she brought her "Spring Bulb" quilt in to show us.

We designed this quilt and taught the applique classes seven or so years ago. It has lots of embroidery and is a real beauty. Shirley asked how many of the folks who took the classes with us have finished their quilts and we don't know, but we sure are curious. If you have a finished bulb quilt bring it in so we can make a "bulb quilt photo gallery".

Shirley has moved to pennsylvania to be near her son

and we sure do miss her!

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