Monthly Archives: December 2019

“Earthquake Consolation” quilts – the process

To learn more about the “why” of these quilts and for pictures of each quilt individually, please read this post. After the earthquake happened and I decided I wanted to make these quilts, I set a couple goals for myself: … Continue reading

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“Earthquake Consolation” in six quilts

On November 30, 2018,  a magnitude 7.1 earthquake hit Southcentral Alaska, just 10 miles north of Anchorage. (That, if you don’t know, is a REALLY STRONG EARTHQUAKE.) Nineteen members of my family live in Anchorage (both my parents, three of … Continue reading

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