Every Picture Tells a Story

Posted by Barbara on May 28th, 2015
Eliza's Indigo

In 1739, at the age of 16, Eliza Lucas moved to South Carolina to care for her invalid mother and her siblings and to manage three plantations inherited by her father.  Eliza experimented with a variety of seeds and found ...

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Posted by andy on May 24th, 2015


Well that was quick many may say and yes I would have to agree it was a lightning quick visit to…… the coldest city in America affectionately referred to a the City of 1000 lakes. You can work out why… ...

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Posted by Barbara on May 17th, 2015

Quite what Darth Vader has to do with a Quilt Market I don’t know, nothing at all from our side of things I suspect,  but I’m a Sci Fi fan so I’m having a photo of  the man himself on my blog today.  The fact that my boss is standing ...

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Posted by andy on May 12th, 2015

Hi to everyone who reads this.

We have recently had great success with our new social media initiatives. A number of you are liking postings we have on FaceBook and interacting with our blog. I believe there have been a few laughs or ...

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The Northern Shop Hop

Posted by Barbara on May 10th, 2015
Shop Hop Car Pin

Hands up if you’re a collector!  I reckon most people have at least one little collection of something and most quilters I know have many.  Do you have a collection of charm squares? green fabrics? Threads you couldn’t ...

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