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Paint Chip Challenge: Finished!

Today I get to share my finish for the Music City MQG’s Paint Chip Challenge! The goal was to work outside our color comfort zones by using two randomly chosen colors. It was a challenge for sure, but a fun one! Ta da! But first, a recap. The rules: You must use your two chip… Continue reading Paint Chip Challenge: Finished!

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Paint Chip Challenge: Work in Progress

The Music City MQG is doing another fun project this summer: a Paint Chip Challenge! The goal is to design a mini quilt outside our color comfort zone by using two randomly chosen colors.   Here are the rules (paraphrased from Instagram): You must use your two chip colors (prints are allowed as long as… Continue reading Paint Chip Challenge: Work in Progress

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Paint Chip Challenge: Fabric Pull

The Music City MQG is doing another fun project this summer: a Paint Chip Challenge! The goal is to design a mini quilt outside our color comfort zone by using two randomly chosen colors.   Here are the rules (paraphrased from Instagram): You must use your two chip colors (prints are allowed as long as… Continue reading Paint Chip Challenge: Fabric Pull

Book Chat

TBT: Bookshelf Organization

Last weekend I reorganized my bookshelves. Again! They’ve been in rainbow color order since we moved into the new house, but after a recent purge there were large chunks of empty spaces and instead of shifting everything back into ROY G BIV order, I decided to rearrange. I was tired of having all the series… Continue reading TBT: Bookshelf Organization

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Modern Quilt Design with Michelle Wilkie

  Last Saturday the Music City MQG hosted Michelle Wilkie for her Modern Quilt Design: Every Day Inspriation class. That’s right, two weeks in a row of quilty fun 🙂 Michelle has only been quilting for four years but her original designs are stunning. She started out with a great show and tell to showcase… Continue reading Modern Quilt Design with Michelle Wilkie

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#TBT: St. Patrick’s Day

When I worked in a school environment, it seemed like the year revolved around holidays, big or small. If it was President’s Day or St. Patrick’s Day or Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I would be rounding up books and writing lesson plans and looking for activities that would tie into each one. Even after… Continue reading #TBT: St. Patrick’s Day