About

Texas Quilter
Texas

Bio: I am a retired GS-13/14 from the Federal Government after a 33 year career with them and 5 years with the private sector. We were blessed to have started working young and retired at the age of 55! I love to quilt, knit, embroidery, needle turn applique, and now Sashiko! I have been married to my husband Clay, a retired Lt. in the SA Fire Department, for 23 years now. We grew up together, but did not find each other again until 1996! After we retired we traveled each year to Arizona for the winter for 15 years and in 2017 decided that we would enjoy just "going on a shorter trips" and sold our unit! We both miss the extended travels. We are blessed to be able to enjoy our hobbies in our Studio where I quilt during the day and he works on his hobbies. We enjoy life (as long as there are not too many unforeseen requirements)! I love my Country - USA - and our President Trump. I am a Conservative Republican and I Love my God, believe in our Founding Fathers, The National Anthem, the US Flag, the Military, and have no respect for Socialists or Communists as I believe they have no place in our Government. If my beliefs offend you that is your problem.

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  1. Love your Brinton Hall Medallion quilt and the use of “Japanese” design fabric. Could you share with me the size of the hexagons you used? I would love to make one for myself using my Asian fabric collection.

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    • Sorry about being late in responding. The size of the hexagons are 1″. The pattern is in Quiltmaia # 107 and 108 – Called Brinton Hall. A reproduction quilt made in the 1800’s.
      Thx for asking.

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