Blog Improvements

Hello all,

In an effort to improve our Blog, we’ve added “Categories” on the left side of the screen (see picture below). By clicking on a category, you can narrow down the entries to review. It also gives you an idea of the types of entries we’ve had. Now that we have this improvement in place, we can start blogging again. Watch here for new blog entries!Picture 1 177x300 Blog Improvements

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9 Responses to Blog Improvements

  1. GailM. says:

    That’s a great improvement to the blog. I’m glad to see the current issue tag. I’m so anxious for the next Scrap Lovers magazine to come out.

  2. peggy quinn says:

    just received quilting DVD collection and very excited about receiving more. Returned my payment for the subscription immediately. Have a question for Beth Hayes regarding the traveling kit that she had on the DVD. Would like to know where to purchase. Thank you.

  3. Kathy says:

    Beth bought the case for her paper-piecing travel kit at The Container Store! I thought it was a great idea, too, so I used a compartmentalized container I got at JoAnn Fabrics to organize a version for myself. We’re working on a McCall’s version, but check out the plastic storage at your local stores if you need one now. It’s a super idea!

  4. Doreen says:

    I’m looking for a pattern for the “T” block quilt shown on an early cover of Quick Quilts. The “T’s” are head to head and foot to foot in dark and light fabrics. It’s not the traditional Capital T block. I just have a small picture of it and can’t figure out how it’s done.
    Help would be greatly appreciated—–want to make it for my grandson and his wife—-Tim & Trish—-for obvious reasons!

  5. Kathy says:

    Doreen, I think you’re referring to the cover quilt from the November 2005 issue of McCall’s Quick Quilts. It’s very cool! Unfortunately, copies of that magazine are no longer available. But our editorial assistant Tricia Camp can help you get a copy of an individual pattern if you like. Email her at for further help. And if you make the quilt, please send us a photo…we’d love to see your work!

  6. I love your DVD collection, I get so excited when I see that I’ve received another in the mail.

    I have a thought about something I would like you to think about. Necessay mending of finished used quilts and the type of care that a quilt should have for longevity.

    Thank you for considering this thought.

    Joan B.
    Penn Run,PA

  7. Julie Lawson says:

    I have to say I’m a bit offended by receiving your starter DVD in mail completely unsolicited. Why would you send me a DVD completely beyond any request from me, and then expect me to return it or you’ll charge my credit card?? This is WAY beyond marketing and borders on irresponsible use of very private information. I’ll be returning the DVD (sooner rather than later!!), and sincerely hope your staff and parent organization is more reasonable in the future!!

  8. Kathy says:

    Julie, I have forwarded your concerns to our DVD project management and they will get back to you ASAP. We apologize for the inconvenience this mailing is causing you. -Kathy Patterson, Online Editor-

  9. Marsha Ransom says:

    Like Julie, above, I received a DVD in the mail unsolicited. I used to get your DVDs but haven’t made much use of them, if I’m not working, I’m babysitting grandkids or sewing, I have several but canceled my subscription. So why did another one come after a year of not getting them? I haven’t opened it but it would be helpful to know how to return it without paying return postage, since I didn’t order it.

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