Category Archives: Edie McGinnis

October 17, 2014

It’s That Time Again

By Edie McGinnis October has rolled around, and we are getting ready to head off to Houston for International Quilt Market. It’s a busy time for everyone who vends at the wholesale market. Here at Kansas City Star Quilts, we have been planning and making arrangements for months. Long before the truck is loaded and Continue Reading

October 16, 2014

Bobbins’ Bargains Heads to the Fair!

This week, Mrs. Bobbins is celebrating the best that state fairs have to offer. She is always one to find a good deal out there in the quilt world. Now she brings her amazing talents to you … with her weekly Bobbins’ Bargains! Every Thursday, Mrs. Bobbins will select one of our books and offer Continue Reading

October 10, 2014

Kismet

By Edie McGinnis I am not sure how many years have passed since I bought this feedsack quilt top. It’s a busy thing, and for years I have avoided quilting it. At first, I fretted about what I would use for binding. It seemed to me that the only perfect thing would be the striped Continue Reading

September 26, 2014

Rose of Sharon

By Edie McGinnis I wish I could make all the quilts on my bucket list. If I could do that, I could use up a good portion of all of the fabric I have stashed all over my sewing room. I would empty out those bins and clear out my shelves and be able to Continue Reading

September 19, 2014

Not So Matchy-Matchy After All

By Edie McGinnis A couple of weeks ago, my friend, Alma Allen called and wanted to know whether we could meet for lunch. And, by the way, did I want an old quilt she wanted to get rid of? Do I want an old quilt? That’s like asking me if I would like to keep Continue Reading