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Middlings Being Made at Marbridge

Lynn Woll is a woman who does what she says she’s gonna’ do. I meet Lynn at The 70273 Project Special Exhibit at the International Quilt Festival in Houston, Texas last month. She asks if she can interview me for Create Whimsy, her beautiful blog, and she does. She tells me she is going to […]

Quilt #187, a Middling made by Laurie Dunn

Laurie writes . . . “What is a middling?”  I asked. “made from fat quarter size fabric.” (Really–those little bundles tied up at the fabric store unfold?)   A small quilt. Someone shared a picture.  I was getting it. Remember I am not a quilter.   I cut fabric the required size plus a half […]

Quilt #179, a Middling Made by Cindy Cavallo

Dear Jeanne, My name is Cindy Cavallo. I am a lifetime Reno, Nevada resident. I retired from University of Nevada-Reno in December of 2012, where I was an instructor of Interior Design for 11.5 years. I taught Residential Design, Housing, and Textiles, with Textiles being my first love. I learned of The 70,273 Project from […]

Quilt 169, a Middling by Margaret Andrews

The base material is the fabric that is used for soles of footed pjs. That reminds me of the security we have, but that was denied the 70,273 victims. The lace along the left border is from my bedroom curtains, and represents the security (again), and the comforts of home, for me, and for the […]

June: Middling Month

Y’all probably remember that on February 1, 2017, I introduced The 70273 Project Middling Quilts, and now – today, June 1, 2017 – I’m declaring June as Middling Month. If you’ve been thinking about making a Middling, this is a good time to get started. If you’ve been meaning to get that Middling finished, this […]

Data Angels

The 70273 Project Data Angels are responsible for creating The Missus, our online searchable database. Here’s what they do when not hunched over a computer.   Barbara Walsh (Minnesota, USA) I work full-time as a Funeral Director/Mortician.  I am married going on 21 years, and we have three children. I like to quilt (mostly piecing […]

Happy Fifth Birthday to The 70273 Project!

Can y’all believe it was FIVE years ago today when I mashed the publish button on the blog post launching The 70273 Project? So much has happened in our lives, in this project, in the world since then. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be unveiling several new adventures happening in The 70273 Project and introduce […]

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