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Angela Huffman- Triplet Momma. Quilter. Teacher. Thread Bimbo

I’m Angela- Triplet Momma. Quilter. Co-Host. Traveling Educator. Designer. Thread Bimbo.

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Oh the Places You'll Go, quilted by Angela Huffman - QuiltedJoy.com

Oh the Places You’ll Go!

Dr. Seuss’s Oh the Places You’ll Go, is that perfect reminder of all the wonderful things to come in life. I can’t think of a better

Kentucky Blue T-Shirt Quilt quilted by Angela Huffman

Kentucky Blue T-Shirt Quilt

Living in Kentucky, it’s not uncommon to see University of Kentucky shirts covering T-shirt quilts.  Usually they’re made for a recent graduate or young super fans.

High School Jerseys T-Shirt Quilt, quilted by Angela Huffman

High School Jerseys Quilt

I was finally home for a few days last week, and I have A LOT of catching up to do!  Customer quilts were stacking up while

Jennie's Layer Cake Quilt

Jennie’s Layer Cake

It’s not unusual for a customer to bring in a quilt top and say, “I’ve been working on this for years!” or “This has been

Shirtings Quilt

Quilting of yesteryear involved using scraps of fabrics from worn out clothes into quilts to keep your loved ones cozy in the winter. Dianna brought

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Postage Stamp Brights Quilt

Laurie is a new quilter and these two quilts are her second and third creations. Like most quilters, she is planning on giving these away

1930’s scrap quilt by Karen

You all have heard me brag about Karen before. She was one of my first quilt teachers and is incredibly talented. If you live in the

Sandy’s Paper Doll Quilt

Sandy made an absolutely adorable quilt for some lucky little lady. The paper dolls were all done using fusible web and machine applique. Sandy did

Melissa’s Cross Stitch Quilt

Melissa and her mom worked together to put this cross stitch throw together. She told me they used to make cross stitch works of art

Sunbonnet Sue Quilt As You Go

Dee Dee brought be this Sunbonnet Sue quilt which was made by a woman who passed away recently. Her family wanted the quilt finished. As

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