Here’s a fun way to get a really cool effect for In The Hoop Embroidery Patches These patches are set up in my Stitch Artist Level Three software by Embrilliance. I use this as the primary digitizing software for all of my “in the hoop” and embroidery projects because I love the complete control IContinue reading “Iridescent merrowed edge patches (a tutorial PLUS freebie!)”
I’ve had fun playing with Accuquilt dies since December 2020. They make accurate cutting for quilt projects so simple but some of their dies are more than just for quilting! This Burp Cloth Die is a favorite for quick and easy burp cloths for babies for sure and it has replaced the pattern that IContinue reading “Monogrammed Bone Pillow Project”
It just came through the laundry. For the 500th time. The one who owns this quilt is now 11, nearly 12, and I started piecing it before he was born and got around to finishing it a few days before his little brother was born. I didn’t know what I was doing at all, justContinue reading “The first one”
These Accuquilt dies are so magical to me. I’ve always been pretty happy that I could cut a straight line, maybe a little arrogant about it, but I’m terrible at making triangles the correct size or squares exactly square. It’s the math of it all that makes me freak out a bit. And then havingContinue reading “Done is better than perfect, and just starting is better than not.”
What better way to jump full into this new obsession than by joining a Quilt A Long (QAL for short)? While lurking in the quilting facebook groups I saw this dramatic quilt and decided that since the whole thing was broken up into manageable parts, maybe I would be able to keep up. I gotContinue reading “Exploding Heart QAL – getting cozy with HST’s”
So this particular blanket – I hesitate to call it a quilt, except I did some “quilting” – has been in process and waiting to be finished for – oh, 12 years. I started with this piece of fabric thinking it would be sweet for a baby blanket. I picked up the fabric from HobbyContinue reading “Snovid 21: Quilt in Waiting”
So if there really is no tomorrow, I better use up all this fabric today, right? I am determined to unlock all the secrets of the triangles. They stretch and bend and act all weird when they are cut at different sizes. I tried a couple of things that I’m certain are quite basic toContinue reading “More practice – piecing like there’s no tomorrow”
So, it’s actually Rodeo time here, and the show must go on, despite a global pandemic. How fitting that I completed this Rodeo themed blanket this week as well. This kit was from Shannon Fabrics – it’s a strip-quilt that comes with several cuts of wonderful fabrics for the top and binding, and you getContinue reading “Snovid21: blanket kit: rodeo”
This quilt I pieced as soon as I got my new sewing machine (a Janome 6700P). I had picked up this jelly roll at the dealer, when I was scoping out their machines, and the fun bright 70’s style just grabbed me. It sat on the shelf for a week or so before I justContinue reading “Snovid21: Quilt 2: Jelly Roll Race and FMQ”
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