Quilts That Document 
Our History
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Last month Jim and I took a “bucket list” road trip across the country. We got to spend some time visiting with my cousin in Ohio. While we were visiting - we had the opportunity to tour the National Museum of the Air Force located in Dayton, Ohio. 
Opened in 1823, this museum is the official National Museum of the Air Force. Exhibits document the history of flight over the past 100 years - as well as every major conflict or war. It’s a huge complex and in one long day - we were only able to see about half of the exhibits.
What does this have to do with quilting? Funny you should ask. While touring this amazing museum - I came across three quilts that I wanted to share with you.
A FQ Project Sheet
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I just love clever ideas - and I've spent my fair share of time folding FQs into interesting shapes when the shop in Beaverton was open. These ideas - created by the folks at Connecting Threads - are really clever. Click on the link below to get a copy of the instructions for all of these “gifty” ideas.
New in the Shop

Event Calendar
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It's that time - The 2023 Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show - Celebrating the “Story” behind every quilt. Get all the details in the Quiltblox Event Calendar - Read More … 

Thank you so much for joining me in the pursuit of creativity and being my fellow co-creator.

I look forward to seeing what you're working on and sharing what I'm working on with you - until then - all the best to you!
 Deb Messina
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