Quilt 4U

Posted on May 14, 2016 by prairiemoonquilts in Travels

I’m doing a book signing for “A Simple Life” tomorrow (May 15th) at Quilt 4U in Columbia, Missouri. I’ll be showing all the quilts from the book, and the shop will have copies of the book for sale, and I’ll be there to sign them for you! It starts at 1:30, and if you’re a member of […]

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2016 Arrow Rock Quilt Camp

Posted on May 7, 2016 by prairiemoonquilts in Quilts, Travels
2016 Arrow Rock Quilt Camp

I got home yesterday afternoon from this year’s Arrow Rock Quilt Camp. What a fun week! I was exhausted just from having too much fun. We arrived last Monday to a wonderful BBQ Buffet dinner served at the J. Huston Tavern, and while I could have stayed full for the first three days just from […]

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I Blinked

Posted on February 28, 2016 by prairiemoonquilts in Travels
I Blinked

And an entire week flew by! I can hardly believe I’ve been home from California for a week already. I want to share with you some of the sights I saw and the goodies I found while I was at QuiltCon! The most important thing I saw while in California was my daughter! I haven’t seen […]

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Cruisin’ New England and Canada

Posted on October 7, 2015 by prairiemoonquilts in Travels
Cruisin’ New England and Canada

If you’ve been reading along at all, you probably know I went on a cruise last week. It was a New England Fall Foliage Tour, a quilting cruise sponsored by World of Quilts Travel and Road to California, and I was honored to be one of the teachers! It was my first cruise, and I […]

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Girlfriends Retreat

Posted on August 17, 2015 by prairiemoonquilts in Travels
Girlfriends Retreat

This past weekend I was invited to a retreat with some friends at Sew Sweet Quilt Shop’s fabulous retreat center. You know I’m not one to say NO to a retreat, so Linda stopped by to pick me up, and off we went! There were 14 of us there, and more food than I’ve seen […]

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A Special Weekend

Posted on July 16, 2015 by prairiemoonquilts in Travels
A Special Weekend

With some very special friends. Every summer, I get together with a group of very special ladies at Gruber’s Quilt Shop’s Retreat Center in Waite Park, Minnesota. Last weekend was our retreat for this year, and it was so much fun. I always come home completely exhausted, but it’s so worth it! There’s always lots […]

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The Rambling River Art Quilters

Posted on June 29, 2015 by prairiemoonquilts in Quotes, Travels

Last fall I got invited to a quilting retreat with a group called The Rambling River Art Quilters, as an “extra”. A few months later, they called me up and asked me to join the group! They’re a really fun bunch, so of course, I said YES! The group is divided into the East Side […]

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Need’l Love’s Open House

Posted on November 24, 2014 by prairiemoonquilts in People, Travels
Need’l Love’s Open House

Last Saturday, my sister and I drove down to the Ozarks to attend the Holiday Open House at Reneé Nanneman’s studio. Reneé is a fabric designer for Andover Fabrics, and has a LOT of patterns published as well. The Open House was wonderful. I could have hung out there all day! She had the entryway […]

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Art and Inspiration: A Quilt Retreat

Posted on November 18, 2014 by prairiemoonquilts in People, Quilts, Quotes, Travels
Art and Inspiration: A Quilt Retreat

This past weekend I got invited to join a fabulous group of art quilters at a retreat they were having. Even though I’m not a member of the group, I was allowed to join them anyway! The retreat was held at the Brunswick Lodging and Event Center, which is attached to Sew Sweet Quilt Shop. […]

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Market is Done

Posted on October 28, 2014 by prairiemoonquilts in Travels, What's New
Market is Done

I got home last night after spending 3 days at Quilt Market in Houston, TX (the twice-annual trade show for the quilting/sewing industry). Every six months, I go through a flurry of hectic, last-minute quilting and sewing activity, sewing and quilting for several designers and fabric companies so they’ll have lots of pretty new projects […]

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