Saturday, January 04, 2014

iPhone-o-Gram! Braids across Texas!

I'm surrounded by a group of terrific and determined quilters working on Texas Braid quilts today!

Fabrics and color themes ate wonderfully varied--what a fun mix of stuff from the stash!

Travelers amongst us have come from distant places such as Houston, Oklahoma, and even Long Island, NY!

Texas Braid is found in my book Adventures with Leaders and Enders.  

Braids grow quickly and are so fun to make!

It's another great day in the great state of Texas ---quilting in the New Year!


  1. I have been working on your Texas Braid since I took your workshop at Road to California a few years ago. It is part leaders and enders and what I take to quilt retreats. It is one of my favorites and almost done.

  2. I would like to know how to put this together. I see the braids but how is it assembled?

  3. Anonymous6:58 PM EST

    Buy the book Rebecca, Adventures with Leaders and Enders.

  4. Does anyone know the source of what look to be folding tables in the 3rd picture down? Thanks!

  5. This looks really interesting. Someone is very neat and tidy with their piles of cut pieces.

  6. If you're talking about the folding tables with purple legs, they look like my SewEzi .

    Wonderful tables; I keep mine set up in our rv, but my friends all drag theirs to sewing sessions/classes, etc.

  7. Adventures with Leaders and Enders was my first Bonnie Hunter book - have made several quilts from it. I saw it at a quilt shop in Dallas, OR and picked it up and put it down several times (I don't usually buy books unless they are on sale), I just couldn't leave it behind - it came home with me that day - have never been sorry.


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