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August 30, 2009 //

Inspired by the Sea…

Summer, long days filled with bright light, seashells, sandy beaches and sunsets that seem to last forever. The sea has been inspiring fabric designers for centuries. The colors of the ocean, pale blues to turquoise and deep marine blues all are quiet relaxing and lovely. Shapes of shells, seaweed, rolled stones and beach glass make […]

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August 23, 2009 //

Rickrack and Ribbon…

One of my personal pleasures is walking through the Ribbon & Rickrack section at Mary Jo’s Cloth Store. It is always a place to discover new colors, textures and design possibilities. With school starting it made me start to think about the shirts, skirts and blouses that have Ribbon and Rickrack embellishments. I also use […]

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August 17, 2009 //

Quilt Shows and Mary Jo’s…

I was flipping through a Home Design Magazine the other day and was very intrigued by an article featuring two different museums with amazing Quilt Exhibitions. One in Vermont the other in Washington D.C. The best part is even if you can’t make it in person you can view portions online and be inspired by […]

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August 5, 2009 //

Fabrics With A Colorful Past…

Lancaster County, Sturbridge Village, Charleston and York County. These historic places evoke a sense of time and place and are also the names of a few of our many “Historical Collection” of fabric. Folks have been buying these patterns since the 1800’s. Today they are used mostly for Quilting and Costuming. These patterns are also […]

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