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May 30, 2020
Been Quilting from Stof genoeg

Just an update with a picture from an actual quilt I am working on. XXX Annika Continue reading

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April 17, 2020
Simple Shape Quilt Designs from Stof genoeg

Several ideas for relatively simple quilts consisting of basic units, (like square HST units and flying geese). If you are looking for 'mindless' chain piecing, check these out! XXX Annika Continue reading

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April 16, 2020
Sewing Is Happening In Moderation from The Snarky Quilter

Like many of you, more time on my hands hasn’t translated into more artistic work done. For one, I decided it was time to¬† learn how to collage. I know, I know, how hard can it be to cut up … Continue reading

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February 4, 2020
triangles from Making A Lather

I have been digging through scraps to find triangles for wonky stars and shoofly. I found this bag of triangles, and, decided to sort through it, and, decide if they were worth keeping. Silly thought, I think every piece of fabric is worth keeping, that is why my sewing room is always a mess. These triangles were left overs from quilt wild and goosey.


I discovered that most of the triangles are at least 4 1/2 inches with some 3 1/3 inch, and a few 2 1/2 inch. I don't recognize the fabric from anything I ...

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January 28, 2020
Triangle Tuesday from From the Strawberry Patch...

I'm a sucker for alliteration-- that's why "Triangle Tuesday" sounded so appealing. Yep, I've been stitching up tons and tons of triangles! These triangles are actually composed from squares. Squares marked and chain-stitched into an endless train that will eventually be cut apart into a mountain of half-square-triangles. These are small, the smaller the unit the higher the chances for error --

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Triangle Tuesday from From the Strawberry Patch...

I'm a sucker for alliteration-- that's why "Triangle Tuesday" sounded so appealing. Yep, I've been stitching up tons and tons of triangles! These triangles are actually composed from squares. Squares marked and chain-stitched into an endless train that will eventually be cut apart into a mountain of half-square-triangles. These are small, the smaller the unit the higher the chances for error --

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October 27, 2019
Star quilt from Fabric Engineer

My mother-in-law "needed" a quick turn around on this quilt.  She had made a girl's quilt, not knowing the gender, and then the baby ended up being a boy.


I put loops in the grey and random triangles in the colored section.  Nothing too special, but with different colors and different quilting motifs it comes out special.

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