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  • Re: Quilting novels

    I see she has many, many books on audible.com. Which one would you start with?
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Julie Lynne Greene on Sat, Jul 31 2010
  • Re: Quilting novels

    I listen to audiobooks while I quilt, and recently listened to Prayers for Sale by Sandra Dallas. I enjoyed it, and might try another of her books.
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Julie Lynne Greene on Sat, Jul 31 2010
  • Picture

    Okay, I am figuring out how to place the picture into the post. Here is the wallhanging metioned below. Steve's turtles Emma's play quilt This is a block from Emma's "big girl" quilt I'm making for her in queen size. I'll also post a picture from Quiltmaker of the published pattern. I have decided to hand piece the remaining
    Posted to Julie Lynne Greene's Blog (Weblog) by Julie Lynne Greene on Wed, Sep 23 2009
  • Pictures at last

    I borrowed my mother's camera and have taken some pictures of my recent and distance adventures in quilting. This "13 Stars, 13 Stripes" by Daphne Stewart I am making for my wonderful Mother-in-Law for Christmas. I hope she will like it. She doesn't know much about quilting, so probably won't notice all my imperfect points and
    Posted to Julie Lynne Greene's Blog (Weblog) by Julie Lynne Greene on Wed, Sep 23 2009
  • Too big for my own britches.

    My new sewing room has really been getting a work out lately. I spent the entire day in there yesterday, and realized one true thing about myself: I'm always taking on projects that are beyond my abilities! Sitting all over my drafting table are the pieces to make Emma's "big girl" quilt which will hopefully look like Ann's when
    Posted to Julie Lynne Greene's Blog (Weblog) by Julie Lynne Greene on Thu, Sep 3 2009
  • Re: The Great UFO Giveaway!!

    I've seen some great quilts made from orphan blocks. It would be fun to gather them up and have an informal contest.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Julie Lynne Greene on Wed, Aug 26 2009
  • Whatever happened to Emma's babyquilt?

    Well, Ladies, I never posted a picture of my new baby quilt top because I'm very frustrated. It was a flaw in design. I bought a set of 1930's 2 1/2" strips, and after some very thoughtful mathmatical calculations, determined that the most efficient use of the material was to make a cobblestone pattern. This is a pattern which I have never
    Posted to Julie Lynne Greene's Blog (Weblog) by Julie Lynne Greene on Wed, Aug 26 2009
  • Re: Which sewing machine should I buy?

    Sorry to hear about your daughter's pain. I hope she is feeling better. And I'm really sorry to hear that you lost a dear teddy bear when you where young. Funny how keenly we still feel those childhood pains no matter how old we get. I'm still mad at my mom for throwing out some of my things. Switching out the bears is a great idea. Emma
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Julie Lynne Greene on Wed, Aug 26 2009
  • Re: Which sewing machine should I buy?

    I, too, buy quilting books that I love to look at, but then never make anything from. Most of them are applique, my weakest suit. Mary Lou Weidman's books are a good example. I have two of them that I love to admire.
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Julie Lynne Greene on Tue, Aug 25 2009
  • Re: Which sewing machine should I buy?

    [quote user="Joyce Brenden"] Julie Lynne-- Eleanor Burns is one of my favorites, too. Her Log Cabin and Morning Star patterns were two of my first projects. Most of her tv shows that are being carried by our PBS now are old reruns, so I'm so glad to be able to watch her on QNN. BTW I don't think I've wecomed you to the forums-
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Julie Lynne Greene on Mon, Aug 24 2009
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