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    AvocadoQuilts.com is now on Bloglovin!  Click the button to the right to follow me on your Bloglovin feed.  Thank you! <a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/14161723/?claim=tv2hmx8adh7″>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a>  …

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    Quilting for Peace

    I am on vacation, so I am not currently able to sew anything.  Luckily, I have been thoroughly engrossed in this book, which is a close second:  Quilting for Peace by Katherine Bell.…

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    Guitar Strap

    A couple quick pictures of the Guitar Strap that I just made for my daughter’s guitar.  My husband also plays a bit on this guitar, so I didn’t want the strap to…

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    Starting a Selvage Quilt

    I have been saving the selvage edges of my fabric for over a year now. It’s amazing how quickly the pile grew! My original thought was to make a spiderweb quilt following…

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    Charity Quilt Progress

    I am happy to say that the 2015 Boulder MQG Charity Quilt Rally is off to a great start.  After the open sew this past weekend we have 3 complete cross tops! …

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    Charity Quilt Rally!

    I am starting a Charity Quilt Rally to kick start our charity sewing this year for the Boulder Modern Quilt Guild in the form of a Block Challenge!   The goal is to have several…

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    Transparent Mountain Mini Quilt

    I love to just start sewing with no pattern.  Improv is such a creative release for me.  So after attending Carolyn Friedlander’s lecture and trunk show in March, I felt emboldened to…

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    Quilting Bee Fun

    I love participating in my first quilting bee.  I joined the Boulder Modern Quilt Guild last August, and finally found my people!  Until then, the only modern quilters I knew were online, so it has…

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    A Log Cabin Scrap Quilt Finish!

    Over the weekend I finished this scrappy log cabin quilt!  It feels so good to finish a large project.  It was one of the most enjoyable quilts to make, for it had so…