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Everyone Deserves a Quilt
This is the first quilt I have ever made for my husband’s brother, my brother-in-law. I’ve been in the family for almost 28 years and I’m not sure why it took me so long! I didn’t know it, but apparently this is … Continue reading
Posted in 2014 completes, Christmas, Design, fabric, Gifts, Nature, Quilting, Sewing Tagged birch quilt, Cory Pepper, Freestyle Birch Trees, hand quilted, handmade quilt, low volume, peppered cottons, robert kauffman, sewfrench, veronica voile 23 Comments
Have you ever used voile for a quilt back?
Yah…. I do think I must have ADHD, or another Attention Deficit Disorder, type issue. Another quilt I am working on was in my lap, today, during this blizzard-like weather we are experiencing and seems like we will continue to “enjoy” … Continue reading
Posted in Design, fabric, Sewing Tagged Attention Deficit Disorder, Aurifil 28, hand quilting, hand quilting thread, hand quilting voile, how to thread a quilting needle, lap quilt, quilt backing, robert kauffman, Robert Kaufman Veronica Voile, snowday, tangled quilting thread, using voile for quilt backing, voile, Which end to thread your needle 9 Comments
The Answer My Friend is…
(I have edited this post to add, easy access, voting links.) To vote on the top 25, Viewer’s Choice, click here. To vote for your favorite hand-quilted, click here. To see and vote on all the other categories, click here. … Continue reading
Posted in 2014 completes, Bloggers' Quilt Festival, Crafting, Design, fabric, Finishes, Photography, Quilt stories, Quilting, Sewing, Uncategorized Tagged 12 Trees, Aurifil 28wt, batiks, BGF, blowin' in the Wind, Blowing in the Wind, charity quilt, free form, hand quilting, hobbs heirloom wool, Oakshott, robert kauffman, shot cotton, stippling 103 Comments
Bloggers’ Quilt Festival Spring 2012
It all started with a past year’s Quilt Festival. You look at hundreds and hundreds of quilts, finding so many ‘new to you’ blogs to follow. Some you find an attachment to and add to your Google Reader. It’s so … Continue reading