On the Cutting Board – April

The last month was a busy one!  On the cutting board here in North Carolina, personal life was busy at the end of March and beginning of April, which leads to very little quilting but great times with family! My mom visited and I was able to teach her a little bit about quilting.  The top two quilt blocks are her first two quilt blocks!  She is an advanced beginner because she used to sew a lot of clothing, so she did amazingly well.  We had three generations worth of quilting going on!  Then, I continued with my contribution to Stash Bee and my 2013 Lucky Stars BoM.  As usual, links with more information are below. On the cutting board April 2014 Top row: 9 Patch from We Can Do It! Skill Builder (my mom’s 1st block), Pinwheel Parade Block (my mom’s 2nd block)

Middle row: 3 generations of quilters

Bottom row: Stash Bee Hive #12, March 2013 Lucky Stars BoM


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    1. Love this, Heather! My mom is actually a very experienced quilter, but we hadn’t sewn together in years until we went to a quilt retreat together earlier this month – now we’re planning another because we had so much fun! It’s wonderful that you got a pic of the three of you together at the machine – one for the scrapbook for sure so your daughter can look back at it someday : )


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