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January 28, 2019
Saturday's Song. Slow Stitching. Sunday Stats. from Faith, Trust and Breast Cancer

Saturday's Song.
This video of God Only Knows by King and Country is shocking, but so true.  I just read that a suicide attempt is made every 28 seconds!  Dear one, God knows you, He never leaves you.  People will let us down, but not God.  Try Him.

Let us all look around us and who kindness.  A smile, a prayer, a gentle touch of encouragement to a stranger/friend/loved one could change their lives.  
Take good care!

Slow Stitching.
My slow stitching project continues to be my Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt.  I'll also be choosing ...

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July 11, 2018
WIPs With Friends from Mama Spark's World

I have been pretty busy getting ready for my quilt retreat this weekend.   I was finishing up a few things and mostly cleaning my house and packing.   I made some design boards to bring along.  I found the tutorial from Lori Holt.   She uses foam core board and hot glues batting to the board.   Then she glues binding around the outside.   Looked easy enough.   Welllll, it was a

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March 21, 2018
Quilt Block Design Board Hack Tutorial from Stitching Through Life Blog

Quilt Block Design Board Hack

Quilt Block Design Board Hack!  How to make your own Quilt Block Design Boards Tutorial!

Quilt Block Design Boards dwindle my hesitation in piecing as the fabric stays put. With more quilty confidence, I can make my quilt blocks faster without second guessing myself or constantly rechecking instructions.  This means less seam ripping.  AND if you use the 100% Cotton Batting then your design board doubles as a handy surface to press on too!  Hey that’s less time running to the ironing board and means accurate quilt blocks!  Quilty partay dance!

7a Quilt Hack - Arrange Quilt Block Pieces on a Felt Design Board from Foam Core so the Pieces Stay Put
7a Quilt Hack ...

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January 10, 2018
Beginners Rock! from Quilted Joy

It is always scary starting something new, but sometimes it just works. These ladies all recently joined the ranks of certified quilters ready to rent and complete more masterpieces! We’re excited to have them join us.  

For her rental certification class, Susan brought in simple yardage to practice longarm quilting with.

Susan decided to use a single piece of fabric to learn how to quilt on. It is a great option for a rental certification class. You’d feel less pressure to not make mistakes on something you didn’t spend a lot of time on to start with. You can see how well she completed the Star Dance Pantograph. She’s got some ...

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