One More Quilt Blog


  • | Laurel Sons


    I not only love quilts  and quilting------I also love studying the history of quilts and quilting.  We often think only about the fabric used in quilting.  We all know that quilts used to be made out of the "good parts" of worn out clothing.  Now we buy fabric for our quilts and work out a color... View Post
  • | Laurel Sons

    Quilts and History

    I have told you that I am a book freak!!!  I love books.  I can't get enough.  I read them from cover to cover --- even pattern books and instruction manuels.  Since I have been telling you about some of the books and activities I use in my second grade classroom this time of the year to teach a... View Post
  • | Laurel Sons

    Freedom Quilts

    Monday was a holiday here ( AKA no school!!!) to recognize Martin Luther King's Birthday.  This is always kind of the kick-off to teaching African American History  (February is Black History Month) in school.  As you know by now, I love to sneak quilts/quilting into my second grade classroom ev... View Post
  • | Laurel Sons

    Barn Quilts

    Barn Quilts are more popular now than ever before.  There is something soothing, friendly and welcoming about seeing quilts or quilt blocks on barns as you drive through the country.   I like them so much that I want to get a barn just so I can have a Barn Quilt! I have seen and read about Barn ... View Post