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Block Count Update!

I’ve had a productive week while feeding, chauffeuring, and otherwise tending to our daughter during her post-surgery complications. I’ll tell you about all those exciting things in various blog posts to come. Today, I’ll cut right to the chase and give you the block count info. This week I checked in blocks from: Malek Suleiman […]

Just Look at These Blocks from Scotland

What are the chances I’d open two envelopes from Scotland as I check in blocks today? (I should’ve bought a lottery ticket!) Sam Bell sent these beautiful blocks – one in each size – and a copy of the Spring 2017 issue of The Quilter magazine, the periodical of The Quilters’ Guild of the British […]

For Teachers

From one teacher to others, thank you for working with your students to make blocks for The 70273 Project, introducing this chapter of history in age-appropriate ways. Perhaps you will use it as a springboard to talk about bullying or to teach your students the art of quilting and useful, basic sewing skills like threading […]

70273 Welcomes Improv

Note from Jeanne: I first met Debra Jalbert of Made of Honor Quilts in July 2017 at a meeting of the Orlando Modern Quilt Guild. I was there presenting a 70273 Project trunk show, and Debra took home two bundles and turned them into quilts. She also made a mini (postcard-sized) quilt and is currently working […]

Help Needed

We exceeded our goal  – THANK Y’ALL – and  there’s still much to do. Please read over our Help Needed opportunities, and let me know how you, your organization, your guild, your family, your friends are willing to help. Piecers and Quilters Peggy Thomas, Angel Leader,  has many bundles of blocks  ready to send to […]

A Happy New Year Block Count Update

In this neck of the woods, superstition holds that how you spend New Year’s Day is how you’ll spend the year. If that holds true, I’ll be opening mail most of this year! Over the course of New Year’s Eve and New year’s Day, I spent more than 20 hours checking in blocks and quilts […]

Equity, Access, & Inclusion Conference, University of Maine

The Equity, Access, & Inclusion Conference is free and open to the public. To register, go here. Jeanne is a presenter and will have several 70273 Project quilts on display. Jeanne will be hosting a Block Drive – also free and open to the public – on 08 Nov 18 and 09 Nov 18. No […]

Block Count Update: How We Begin the New Year

Between Christmas and New Year’s Day, I checked in blocks from these good folks: Rachel Williams (US) Barbara Jensen (US) Alida Palmisano (US) Jeff  Rich (US) Brenda Andrews (US) Robin Olsen (US) Elizabeth (Liz)  Sutcliffe (US) Cindy Ridgedell (US) Anonymous Patsi Brletich (US) Gayle Visher (US) and quilts from: Quilt 335 from the Channel Islands […]

Let’s Update the Block Count Why Don’t We

Before we talk numbers, this: beginning in December 2017, I’ll be sending out The 70273 Project XXtra  – a newsletter that will come out once a month filled with bits and pieces about The 70273 Project that you won’t see here on the blog, To subscribe, click right here. And hey, thanks for the name, […]

Spending Thanksgiving with Nancy

My vision of a daily diary quickly disappeared in an unceremonial poof as the days grew long and full. Here are the highlights  . . . Animals are usually quite leery of Nancy, scurrying to unimaginably small hiding places. I was very proud of Mother’s cats who didn’t run from Nancy, but got up close […]

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