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Sew Pink (in your pincushion!)

Sew Pink (in your pincushion!)

Thanks for joining me for today’s stop on the SewPINK* ByAnnie blog hop ((visit the official #SewPINK information page: https://www.byannie.com/2019-SewPINK ). Like so many others, breast cancer has reared its ugly head in my life as well. Annie asked if I’d participate and I immediately agreed; raising awareness is important. When my best friend was…

Starch and Starch Alternatives: which for what?

Starch and Starch Alternatives: which for what?

As quilters, we are often looking for ways to make things easier, whether it’s getting perfect points or removing fold lines or keeping the bias from stretching. There are a variety of different ways of doing all of those, but today we are focusing on using sprays to accomplish it. There are a wide variety…

Studio Spring Clean
A New Spin on the Drunkard’s Path {book}
Handmade Holidays Time!
The Importance of Pressing
Pattern Review: Butterick 6168
Supernova is a pattern!
Modern Quilt Perspectives {book review}

Modern Quilt Perspectives {book review}

It’s finally here, the book that Thomas told me he would someday write way back when we first met at Quilt Market. Houston in 2011, right, Thomas? I’d already fallen for his first collection, Pear Tree, and its lovely muted colors (the same just-off hues that would sucker me into every TK collection).  We’d talked online…

Modern Quilt Perspectives {book review}
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