Monthly Archives: August 2016

Why Contrast Matters Part 3 …the quilt is rescued from NO contrast!

I must admit I had my doubts this quilt could be helped, but I do love a challenge! Let me say here that taking the time to plan  as I described earlier is a LOT LESS WORK than trying to … Continue reading

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 Why Contrast Matters Part 2 …Can This Quilt be Fixed?

We’ve all have had THAT quilt that we were sooooooo EXCITED about that we just couldn’t wait until we could get to cutting and piecing it and see it come together! And then… the moment we were waiting for… to … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With This Quilt!…why Contrast Matters 

Have you ever had a project get away from you? It can happen easily especially when you’re working with many prints or colors and trying to get a limited amount of certain colors to work together if you forget one … Continue reading

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