Category Archives: Tu-Na Quilts

Tu-Na Quilts: My Three Month Plan-Second Quarter of 2018 FAL

My goals for the next three months: April, May, and June, include several from the firstĀ  quarter. I did get a couple of projects finished that were listed on the first quarter: the table topper (which was featured on the SewCanShe blog last week) and the wall hanging for the Put a Little Heart in Your Quilt Blog Hop.

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Tu-Na Quilts: The 2018 New Quilt Bloggers Blog Hop Starts Today

Over the next two months, new quilt bloggers will be showcasing their work and their blogs. Join this group this week.

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Tu-Na Quilts: I am Featured

I woke up early this morning. After this busy week of visiting 6 sewing/quilting rooms, many committee meetings, a full-day of sewing with my quilting group, a quilting group meeting, and fabric shopping at an incognito shop; that is a feat in itself!

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Tu-Na Quilts: Starting Tomorrow-30 Blocks in 30 Days

Starting April 1st, no foolin’, you can find these fellow bloggers/designers showcasing a project they’ve made using one of Carla’s (Creatin in the Sticks) 30 Blocks in 30 Days designs from December.

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Tu-Na Quilts: A Finished Table Topper

I’ve completed this table topper. It was done in time to be entered into the quilt show sponsored by my village’s quilting group earlier this month. It is also one of my goals for the 2018 Finish-A-Long and was listed on my goal post here.

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Tu-Na Quilts: It’s Cute as a Button

Welcome to the Modern Plus Sign Quilts Book Blog Hop

I’ve always had a fascination with buttons. When I was young, I remember sorting my mama’s button box into piles of colors and then using a needle and thread to string them into long strings. I’m sure my mama did it to keep me busy. Little did she know it would lead me to collecting buttons. You’ll find the buttons pictured below residing inside blue vintage Ball jars on a shelf above my window in my sewing room in my summer house.

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