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May 26, 2020
Surgical Caps for Kids {Photo Heavy} from Alamosa Quilter

What you will need:

Fabric and the pattern, download it here, you will need to scroll down a bit. Below the header image is a link to download the pattern for the surgical cap. 5/8 yard of fabric will make four caps but you can also use scraps. The pieces don't have to all be from the same fabric.

Be sure your printer settings are correct: no scaling, print at 100%, uncheck the "fit to page" box if it is checked. If you have problems printing the pattern and want me to mail you a printed copy send ...

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March 28, 2020
Surgical Gown Project from Alamosa Quilter

This is a fairly long post. I am trying to be as clear as possible with photos of each step. The first one took me about 30 minutes to make, but now I am making one in about 20 minutes. You will be cutting out four at a time with these instructions.

What you will need:


Three 54" by 108" plastic table cloths from the dollar store will make FOUR gowns if you cut them out in the way I will describe. Other things you need are a dinner plate, scissors and/or a rotary cutter, a ruler, a cutting ...

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September 3, 2019
OMG September - En Provence from Thread My Bobbin

Sorting through my projects and I've decided I want to get En Provence finished before Bonnies next mystery quilt starts.  The last two rows down each side and the border blocks are all that is left to get the top finished. So for my One Month Goal I'm going to get En Provence pieced, quilted and bound. The cream and pink triangle blocks were my first attempt at these type of triangles and

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