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New Kid on the Quilt Block

clock August 30, 2013 16:06 by author Ruth


JillHi…  I would like to introduce myself as a new employee of Quilt n Go.  My name is Jill Bauserman, I have lived in Battle Creek most of my life.  I started sewing in 4-H when I was little.  We came to Battle Creek where I graduated from Battle Creek Central.  I started quilting a few years ago as the late Edwin Bauserman was helping me along the way.  I have become an addicted fabric person.  I love all kinds of fabric and of course would love to make many  different  quilting things.  I will be looking forward to meeting you at the store.

New QNG staff member

clock August 29, 2013 08:52 by author Ruth

Hi, I am Teresa Ballard and I am a new employee for Quilt ‘N Go. I am a retired Battle Creek  educator.  I taught high school math and worked as a district administrator for29 years.  In addition to sewing, I crochet and garden.    Sewing is a lifelong endeavor for me.  I started sewing in 4-H and continued sewing for my kids.  I then branched into quilting.  My favorite part of quilting is playing with the colors and piecing the quilt.  I love to see the pattern take shape!  I look forward to meeting you and helping you with your projects at Quilt ‘N Go.


Fall Quilt Sampler Has Arrived!!

clock August 28, 2013 09:13 by author Ruth


quilt sampler blog Teresa

The Better Homes and Gardens Fall Quilt Sampler arrived today!   You will find inspiration in each of the ten featured shops from Spokane to Albuquerque to Boca Raton and up to Watkins Glen, New York. There is even one shop in Michigan!!  You will want to read all about the Bittersweet Quilt Shop and Home Décor that opened in 2011 in Pinconning.  Tina Bauer transformed a brick church building with original woodwork and stained glass windows into a sanctuary for quilters. 
Don’t forget about the 10 exclusive projects in each issue.  This fall’s issue  includes a bright Log Cabin beauty, a quilt for the kids, one for your modern big city business man as well as one for the country gal. You will find projects for the holidays, batiks, applique and simple patchwork.  You won’t want to miss any of the articles, ideas and projects for the fall season!  Don’t wait to get yours.  They go fast!!!

New Doodlebug Day Camp Book

clock August 24, 2013 08:57 by author Ruth


Doodlebug Day Camp has some great projects for the kids. Actually, I want the Water Bottle Sling for myself


Maybe I could hide in the Card Table House and get some reading done. I love the backpacks too. This book won’t last long in the store.

CardTable Backpack



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