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INTRODUCING TWO NEW BLOCKS OF THE MONTH

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Time to start thinking about a new project after the kiddos are back in school and your household get back to normal this fall?  Consider one of the two Blocks of the Month we are introducing.  One is for the 'primitive wool' lovers and one is for the 'bright wool' lovers.

'Fairhaven' is a 9 month committment.  The wall quilt finishes at 59" is appliquéd with our beautiful hand-dyed  (in-house) woolens following the colorway of the pattern.  The background is a woven fabric.  For complete details please go to http://stores.auntiejusquiltshoppe.com/bom-fairhaven/ and sign up now as we will start shipping in September!  

'Linda's Garden' is a 13 month committment.  This quilt finishes at approx. 21" x 28" and is appliquéd with our beautiful hand-dyed (in-house) bright woolens following the colorway of the patterns.  We offer several options to receive materials to complete this quilt: 13 months, 7 months or purchase the entire kit at once.  You can opt to have a flannel or a wool background.  For complete details please go to http://stores.auntiejusquiltshoppe.com/bom-lindas-garden/ and sign up now as we will start shipping in September!
 

  

National Quilt Museum

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Caohagan Quilt Exhibit

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New projects from Auntie Ju's Quilt Shoppe

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What are you waiting for?

Procrastination. We all know what it is: putting obstacles in our own way by handling those low-priority tasks instead of taking action on the high-priority tasks. The Latin roots of the word mean “in favor of” and “tomorrow.”Dr. Piers Steel, a researcher on the science of motivation and procrastination and the author of The Procrastination [...]

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