28 : : I’ve been to the Library


Posted on July 28th, by Amy in photographs. 17 comments

I also did a little bit of shopping on Amazon! The top two are all mine :) Now to ingest as much info and knowledge as possible!

Amy
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17 thoughts on “28 : : I’ve been to the Library

  1. 1
    kwiltmakr says:

    The Library, that is where I got all my info to get started in quilting. I love going to the library.

  2. 2
    Amy says:

    Congrats on the Modern Quilt Workshop book! I love that one! Our library has an overabundance of knitting and crochet books, but not much quilting. I find that true of the local B&N, Borders, etc. as well. So sad!

  3. 3
    Stephanie says:

    I love the Modern Quilt Workshop book! I've never canned for fear of poisoning my family. I let my friend give me delicous goodies.

  4. 4
    jacquie says:

    crocheting for dummies…that's for me! do i see a gee's bend book on the bottom..i have that one…fabulous!!

  5. 5
    jess says:

    If you ever need canning help/ info, let me know. I certainly don't know it all but I have made jams and pickles since I was a munchkin. ; )

  6. 6
    Kim says:

    Smart going to the library…I typically go to the bookstore….really should go to the library first and then just by the MUST HAVE books…

    I think I just love having a full bookshelf. I would be in heaven if I had bookshelves on every wall that were full…hmmmm….maybe I should move to a library?!

    Night!

  7. 7
    Blue is Bleu says:

    I've been meaning to get a few books from the library… I test out books before actually buying them by borrowing from the library heehee!

  8. 8
    Barbara Myltschenko says:

    Just make sure you pass the knowledge on! And photographs of the best pages wouldn't hurt either!

  9. 9
    Tipper says:

    Always love a visit to our library too. Looks like you got some interesting subjects to pursue.

  10. 10
    Cheryl Arkison says:

    Yay for canning and modern quilts. And yes, the two pastimes can go together. Is there such a thing as modern canning?

  11. 11
    Cheryl Arkison says:

    Yay for canning and modern quilts. And yes, the two pastimes can go together. Is there such a thing as modern canning?

  12. 12
    Cheryl Arkison says:

    Yay for canning and modern quilts. And yes, the two pastimes can go together. Is there such a thing as modern canning?

  13. 13
    Cheryl Arkison says:

    Yay for canning and modern quilts. And yes, the two pastimes can go together. Is there such a thing as modern canning?

  14. 14
    Cheryl Arkison says:

    Yay for canning and modern quilts. And yes, the two pastimes can go together. Is there such a thing as modern canning?

  15. 15
    Rebekah says:

    I have those top two books too. They are great resources!

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    Ryan says:

    The Jelly Roll Quilts book is one of my all time favs Amy! It is one of my "must haves."

    I want to check out the modern quilt workshop book too. I think I'll reserve it online and go pick it up when it gets to my library.

    Thanks for sharing!

  17. 17
    Brenda says:

    Top book, Complete Book of Home Preserving, I just bought for myself this spring. So far I have made the Strawberry/Rhubarb Jam recipe that is in it and hope to try others. It is a great book. A lot of new idea!

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