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  • Re: Paper Piecing? English piecing?

    Hi Rhonnie, I too am self taught. :) I have also used freezer paper for paper piecing, which of course means you don't need any adhesive. It also means you have to draw or copy your patterns out by hand. Robin
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by robin@laudanski.com on Thu, Jul 9 2009
  • How do you label?

    I was just sitting here thinking about various projects I have and what I'm going to do to label them. Then I thought, hmmm... I wonder what other people do to label their quilts. I'm making a reversible quilt right now, because it is for my son I will probably just embroider directly onto one of the blocks. If it wasn't for him, I have
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by robin@laudanski.com on Wed, Jul 8 2009
  • Re: Paper Piecing? English piecing?

    Hi Valerie, Sorry for the late reply. I'm working on a quilt back now which is paper pieced. I don't use spray adhesive, but I do use a glue stick. Just a small amount to tack the fabric to the paper. When I do piecing I don't care about where the bias is, the paper works like a stabilizer. I also pin when I'm adding a new fabric. Usually
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by robin@laudanski.com on Wed, Jul 8 2009
  • Have you ever sat and pondered how many causes there are out there?

    Recently I've been doing a lot of soul searching, pondering why I do the things I do, am I being the best person I can be, am I utilizing my talents etc. I've been flooded by ideas for quilts. I mean seriously flooded, like I must have 100 different designs floating around in my head at any given time. It's painful when I go to a fabric
    Posted to Robin's Blog (Weblog) by robin@laudanski.com on Thu, Jul 2 2009
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