Gina Gempesaw


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We LOVE This Double Hearts Quilt

Feb 1, 2019 7:03:00 AM / by Gina Gempesaw posted in GO! Project Tutorials, Ready. Set. GO!

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Hi, GO! Getters! It’s Gina from Gem Hill Quilts! In my mental calendar, February glows pink or red and it's just a wonderful time to celebrate loving hearts.

Double Hearts is a quilt of, well, hearts! At 40" square, it is just perfect to use as a sweet baby quilt, a signature quilt to celebrate a birthday or wedding anniversary or just a wonderful surprise gift for your beloved.

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GO! Big Crazy Quilt Spotlights!

Dec 14, 2018 8:30:00 AM / by Gina Gempesaw posted in GO! Project Tutorials, Crazy Quilt

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Hi, GO! Getters!  It’s Gina from Gem Hill Quilts!  Like most quilters, I have experienced times in my life that seem overly hectic, and lately, it has just been one thing after another. So, working with the GO! Big Crazy Quilt – 10” Finished (55861) in the last few days - well, it just feels right!

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On The GO! with Cleo's Fan Fun Cutting Mat Shoulder Tote

Dec 4, 2018 8:00:00 AM / by Gina Gempesaw posted in GO! Project Tutorials

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It’s here!  It’s here!  The GO! Cleopatra’s Fan - 12" Finished (55490)  is here!

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A GO! Bear's Claw Quilt Made Your Way!

Nov 22, 2018 8:30:00 AM / by Gina Gempesaw posted in GO! Project Tutorials

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At the Grand Canyon, keeping the chill off!  

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See How Easily You Can Do GO! Crossed Canoes Projects

Aug 23, 2018 8:00:00 AM / by Gina Gempesaw posted in GO! Project Tutorials

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Hi, GO! Getters! It’s Gina from Gem Hill Quilts! I’m so excited to share with you the brand spanking new AccuQuilt GO! Crossed Canoes 9" Block on Board®(BOB®) die! It makes this block so much easier to make.

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This Sunbonnet Sue Sisters Quilt will Make Your Day!

Apr 20, 2018 8:00:00 AM / by Gina Gempesaw posted in GO! Project Tutorials, Education

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This Quilt Features Sunbonnet Sue and her Sisters!

Hi, fellow GO! Getters! It's Gina from Gem Hill Quilts. Do you come from a large family? I happen to have 3 older brothers and 3 older sisters and let's not even talk about cousins! Most of us live in separate towns (and countries!) that are thousands of miles from one another. Having a complete family reunion is usually impossible. However, around this time last year, my mother was celebrating her 85th birthday. So, for the first time in several decades, we all managed to be at the same place and at the same time!

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