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Almost Done

Almost Done

Rain came in the afternoon yesterday. Today looks sunny and bright. YEAH!! Looks like I can get some long arm quilting done today. Next Rainy Day My next rainy day project is putting the bindings on the table runner and placements. I finished them yesterday so now they are ready for binding. My plan is… View more

Favorite Sewing Presser Feet

Favorite Sewing Presser Feet

The main tool of my trade is my sewing machine and there are several accessories that make my job easier. Among them are the many presser feet available. The #37 The #37 foot is also known as the quarter-inch-seam foot or the quilting foot. It is my most frequently used presser foot by far. The… View more

Most Impactful Class

Most Impactful Class

After creating my first quilt, I discovered there were many things about quilting I needed to learn. I have had the opportunity to attend many classes over the years. Some were taught by stars in the quilting industry and others by local instructors. And one of those instructors was both. Diane Gaudynski I’m originally from… View more

5 Favorite Books

5 Favorite Books

I have a modest collection of quilt books I’ve collected since I started quilting. Here are five of my favorites. Disclosure Note: I do not receive any compensation for mentioning any of the books listed below. 1. Quilter’s Complete Guide by Marianne Fons and Liz Porter (Leisure Arts) If you only own one book on… View more

Quick Tip – Easy Design Wall

Quick Tip – Easy Design Wall

Many years ago, a fellow quilter gave me a great tip for creating a quick, inexpensive design wall. Oilcloth My early sewing spaces didn’t have room for a permanent design wall. I needed something I could hang when needed and then store easily for the next time. My quilting friend suggested Oilcloth. Oilcloth is a… View more

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