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Quilt Label Tutorial

Today I am entering my Quilt Label Tutorial in the Fall 2018 Tips and Tutorials Festival hosted by Yvonne@Quilting Jetgirl and Cheryl@ Meadow Mist Designs. Since I started quilting four years ago, I have attached labels to most of my … Continue reading

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Four Years of Quilting

I took my first quilting class in October 2014, and I had no idea what a life-changer that class would be for me. Quilting has become my main de-stressor, and it has been so satisfying to make hand-crafted projects for … Continue reading

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Oct ‘18 OMG

Floating Hexagons Quilt No shock to my regular blog readers, I have another two-parter monthly goal, but at least I haven’t blogged about either of these projects before! My first priority to get my Floating Hexagons Pattern Test Quilt bound. I … Continue reading

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July ‘18 OMG Finish

My July ‘18 One Monthly Goal was to make six more paper-pieced butterfly charm blocks that will be used in the Butterfly Quilt I am making for my best friend. Below is a photo of all seven butterfly blocks placed amidst some … Continue reading

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June ‘18 OMG Finishes

My June ‘18 One Monthly Goal was another two-fold goal which helps me make progress on more than project at a time. Just this morning I finished the feature 15”x24” paper-pieced butterfly that I will use in the quilt I am making … Continue reading

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Five Tips to Decrease Paper-Piecing Stress

There is no way when I was first introduced to paper-piecing in 2016 that I ever could have imagined writing this post. The mirror image nature of paper-piecing just didn’t compute, and I often cut pieces that weren’t big enough … Continue reading

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March ‘18 OMG Finish

My March ‘18 One Monthly Goal was to cut and baste 120 diamonds to use in a future English Paper Piecing project. The cutting was easier than I thought it would be. I cut two-and-a half inch strips of ten different … Continue reading

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