More to Explore
- Every Book Has a Story
- Blog Hop Schedule
- Public Showings of SSOBB Quilts
- The SSOBB
- Chris Ballard
- Hilda Bakke
- Heidi Burkhardt
- Belinda from Texas
- Kathy French
- Cathy Labath
- Valerie Levy
- Cherie Moore
- Glenda Parks
- Julie Post
- Julie Sefton
- Nancy Stevens
- Brenda Suderman
- Lynne Tyler
- Debbie Voigt
- See Rock City - A Quilt Story
- Before and After Quilting
- You Did WHAT With Your Quilt?
- Tutorial - Free Pieced Trees
- Additional Resources and Suggested Reading
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
The Seasonal Sampler from BUILD A BARN
will be on display during the 2018 AQS Quiltweek shows!
Daytona Beach - February 28-March 3, 2018
Lancaster - March 21-24, 2018
Spring Paducah - April 18-21, 2018
as well as
|Wendy Caton Reed from The Constant Quilter|
Grand Rapids - August 22-25, 2018
|Kevin the Quilter|
Fall Paducah - September 12-15, 2018
|Teresa Raleigh from A Quilt and A Prayer|
Virginia Beach - October 3-6, 2018
|Julie Post - one of the Secret Society of Barn Builders Charter Members|
If you attend any of these shows
and visit with The Seasonal Sampler,
please get a photo of yourself with the quilt
and send it to me.
|Cherie Moore - one of the Secret Society of Barn Builders Charter Members|
It is SUCH fun to see your smiling faces!
Monday, January 8, 2018
|just-Spring by Katherine R. French|
I am so very sorry to share news of
the passing of one of our SSOBB Charter Members.
|Collage - just-Spring by Katherine R. French|
Kathy French passed away on November first
after being diagnosed with Stage Four lung cancer.
Kathy was an enthusiastic member of the SSOBB,
sharing many thoughts during the editing process
that made BUILD A BARN's process notes better.
She also shared barn photos from her 2016 trip to the UK.
She posted about this stone barn here.
She also shared a post about this stone barn in North Wales.
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And, if you've never seen
Kathy's free pieced quilt named Roses for Rosita,
be sure to click through and scroll through the posts
she shared during the quilt's making.
Thank you Kathy for sharing yourself with us -
We will miss you!