Tag Archives: quilting
thoughts on turning darkness into light Life is a tapestry. That’s what people say—the celebrations and struggles, the determination to hope and love are like stitches taken to fill a waiting length of fine fabric. And those stitches, bold or … Continue reading
Last year we gathered together at Cottonseed Glory in Annapolis, morning and evening to learn how to make the Solomon’s Puzzle Sampler Quilt and to discuss what we’ve been reading. The Book Lovers Block of the Month Club was the … Continue reading
It looks difficult, but it isn’t!
The title of the quilt store in the book is Eight Hands Around. The block’s name and look are symbolic of quilting bees where four women sat on the sides of a friend’s quilt and helped her stitch the layers … Continue reading