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Pam Quiltaholic

Longarm quilting service and fabric sales
     

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Ramblings of a quiltaholic and a few pictures of what I do.....

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We have a winner of a Fat Quarter Bundle of Emma's Garden

Posted by Pam Quiltaholic Biswas on August 23, 2014 at 12:45 AM Comments comments (10)

Thank you all for your coments on the blog during Emma's Garden Blog Tour.  I was a bit late drawing the winner tonight, but I used Random.org to choose the number of the comment who won:  


DRUMROLL PLEASE

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Baby Sawyer was born yesterday!

Posted by Pam Quiltaholic Biswas on August 20, 2014 at 4:20 PM Comments comments (1)

Baby Sawyer, the second child of some friends of mine, was born yesterday, a couple of days early, but that was a blessing to my dear friends who we anxiously awaiting his arrival.  

I wanted to make Sawyer a quilt and since I have known about this for at least six months, you would think I had already finished it.  But, no, I had other things in the works and I did not start this quilt until Saturday night, yes, August 16.  Actually, I might have started a few days earli...

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Emma's Garden Blog Tour

Posted by Pam Quiltaholic Biswas on August 16, 2014 at 12:55 AM Comments comments (34)


Today, I'm very lucky to be featured on the Emma's Garden Blog Tour.  I'm so glad you stopped by.  It is a great honor to be invited by Patty Sloniger to be part of the tour and more importantly, great to have the opportunity to make fun items with the new Emma's Garden fabric line designed by Patty Sloniger for Michael Miller Fabrics.   I first met Patty when she came to Houston Modern Qui...

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I'm on The Quilt Show.com, well, at least my quilt is.....

Posted by Pam Quiltaholic Biswas on August 5, 2014 at 9:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Most mornings, I scroll through the numerous emails that have come in over night.  I'm sure you have the same issue that there are more than you can possibly read in your inbox each day... so most of the time, I scan for important ones from friends, family and fellow bloggers and then maybe read a few of the others that have interesting subjects.

Well, today, I happened to read The Quilt Show.com and lo and behold, I see a topic called 1st Time Entrants...Really?  I have alway...

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Practice Makes Perfect....or at least makes better!!!!!

Posted by Pam Quiltaholic Biswas on August 4, 2014 at 1:05 PM Comments comments (0)

In the last few days, I spent some time practicing various patterns in order to use them on a quilt I am working on for a dear friend and customer.  Some of these took on a new life as I tried various changes and added my own touch to patterns I learned on Craftsy from classes such as Quilting the Negative Space by Angela Walters.  

These were my continuous curves, which sometimes appear to be circles, but even wh...

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I keep myself in stitches, laughing that is.....

Posted by Pam Quiltaholic Biswas on July 26, 2014 at 11:20 AM Comments comments (5)

If I want a laugh, I just have to look at myself to see all the funny things I do.  Last Saturday, I went to a great workshop taught by our own Cathy W. of the Houston Modern Quilt Guild.  She taught us how to make a lovely scrappy trip around block and quilt using a strip piecing technique, both fun and simple.  

I had selected a red, white and black theme for my quilt, packed up all my fabrics, a...

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It's about time...

Posted by Pam Quiltaholic Biswas on July 25, 2014 at 9:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Do you ever think about doing something, but just never get around to doing it?  Well, that is what I have been doing for a while....thinking about blogging.  So, today, I decided, it is about time I start this blog.  

This week went by so fast.  On Monday, I learned to time my longarm.  (Every longarm quilter needs to do this eventually.)   I was so fortunate to have the help of the 24/7 ...

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