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  • Re: Re:Swap Ideas

    I've just found the media from last year . There were two groups group one was 10 participants and BTW it was FQ and JR combo not LC. the second group was 8 participants. here is the media from last year. Only one fabric was not exactly a floral. so if a FQ is what y'all want we can do as we did last year and open it for one 4 yards of fabric
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Caryl Anne on Tue, Apr 15 2014
  • Re: Re:Swap Ideas

    good day all, I've sent a message to Roxana telling her about our great swap last spring for the beautiful flora layer cake and jelly roll matchup. We had 20 participants and the selection was superb. I know it is hard to get a fussy cut from a LC however, if you would like to do FQ then we will need to limit the participants. Without going to do
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Caryl Anne on Tue, Apr 15 2014
  • Re: Mug Rug Swap, Hostess: Debbie

    thank you Debbie for the update. I am excited to see them. Making them as mini quilts was a fun thing to do. I did have some issues with my first few, but as I got on they went pretty quickly. Only redid 3.. lol and my family loves to get the samples of work I do. no waist in my sewing room.
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Caryl Anne on Sun, Apr 6 2014
  • Re: Just wondering? What is the oldest UFO you have?

    My oldest UFO is circa 2006. I know that doesn't 'seam' old, but it was a turning twenty for me a oversized queen. I made 4 60 x 60" TT quilts one for each child for their Christmas gifts. Those of course were finished by Thanksgiving Day. since I do not do the quilting I must send them out. Last August the piece was quilted and returned
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Caryl Anne on Wed, Apr 2 2014
  • Re: Seasonal Mug Rug Swap - Hostess: Candis

    My rugs are ready BUT I see to mail them on the 5th. I am sending mine out then, & I'll post my pictures on Monday when they go out. Looking for ward to seeing what everyone did. I had fun doing mine. Hope my gal likes them. Love what you made Pat
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Caryl Anne on Sat, Mar 22 2014
  • Re: Seasonal Mug Rug Swap - Hostess: Candis

    hello just an update I finished a rather tough Fall rug today. I wanted to work on binding a mini quilt, and man I can tell you I took it out three times. The last time the binding went into the trash stash and the rug was satin stitched to hide all those darn stitch pricks. I may work on that again, but for now, one more to go. Spring is the easiest
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Caryl Anne on Wed, Mar 19 2014
  • Re: Gathering tip

    the zig zag over threads is a great way to make long ruffles. but if you do make a lot or ever need to decorate with pleats, y'all might want to indulge yourself with the ruffle attachment foot. may I just say quicker than anything ever. no worry about breaking threads or pulling even it is all done automatic. here is a video on what these monsters
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Caryl Anne on Wed, Mar 19 2014
  • Re: Seasonal Mug Rug Swap - Hostess: Candis

    So a bit of me. I am a September gal born and raised in Houston, I have resided in Pearland for over 22 years, recently widowed. I have three grown children who live very close. 4 granddaughters oldest boy has three 18,15,12, youngest boy has 1 20 months. DD has my grand sons 2 fur babies named Kit and Kat Man. LOL If you have me; I work from home,
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Caryl Anne on Wed, Mar 12 2014
  • Re: Seasonal Mug Rug Swap - Hostess: Candis

    Dear group, I might add a bit on sending these out to your giftee. Since this is a direct swap, you do not need to mail in any one specific mailing envelope. You may want to take them in and weigh them after you have them complete. You may at that time decide to mail in a regular mailing envelope and can save money. Remember only a tracking # is required
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Caryl Anne on Sat, Feb 15 2014
  • Re: SWAP IDEAS

    Good Morning! Candis and ladies of the swappers. Were you thinking about the new mug rug group to be an exchange to one person 4 mug rugs representing the seasons, winter, spring, summer and fall? I love that idea. I do like an exchange direct, it saves much in postage and actually it wouldn't matter how many participants there were. If you get
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Caryl Anne on Thu, Jan 30 2014
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