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April 29, 2020
OMG - Count Down On! from Life in the Scrapatch

My OMG April 2020 Goal Here is to bind this quilt.

The month is slipping away and I had not even started this goal until today.

Today I made the binding and machine stitched it to the front.

Then I started to hand stitch it to the back.
I really enjoy this bit of hand work to finish a quilt.
It gives me time to pause, to reflect and to enjoy.

Maestro is very actively helping me with this stitching.

I have to take time to pause and distract the cat.
She loves this bit of round elastic which she ...

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February 18, 2020
A New Project - An Old One Finished from Quilting Solutions

Sewing time has been scant to non-existent.  There have been so many things to be done and other things I wanted to play with.

I had my DNA done some time ago, but didn't really know what to do with it.  I heard about DNA Painter and then a cousin wrote about her efforts to locate the family of my ggg-grandmother using DNA so I got busy, learned the program and added my DNA to the project.  We still don't have an exact answer, but all indications point to a family that is probably hers.  Waste of time ...

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December 3, 2019
~ Sneak Peek, Binding and Prayers ~ from Podunk Pretties

Hi-diddly-O!  Happy Quilters!  Excitement doesn't even start to describe how I'm feeling about being close to a quilt finish.  It's been a long year of health issues and lack of mojo.  In the last two weeks I feel like I'M BACK!  The quilt designs ideas are starting to flow like a waterfall once again.  I can't get them into EQ8 fast enough.  Before I can finish designing a quilt there's another idea being scribbled onto paper.  After finishing the binding on this quilt my plan is to get 3 more quilts finished by Christmas ...

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October 17, 2019
Quilt Tools 2019 from Carol Lyles Shaw

Using the right quilt tools makes all the difference when you are quilting.  Good tools help you cut and sew more accurately and generally make the entire process more enjoyable.

And, you don’t have to spend a lot of money–just focus on a few high quality items and they will last forever.

Here are some of my favorite tools.  No affiliate links–opinions based on personal use only.

Shop Local

As always, please check with your favorite local quilt shop or local shops with online shops before going to ‘big’ retailers. Note:  there are NO buying links in ...

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