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  • Sashiko Indigo Pillow

    I have been wanting to try the machine sashiko technique for quite awhile, so decided to make a pillow. I used the wonderful # 12 aurifil in blue over the white background. I really like the way it turned out. I bought these great ceramic buttons on Etsy and they really add a nice touch.
    Posted to twistedsticks's Gallery (MediaGallery) by twistedsticks on Sat, Jun 15 2013
  • 1930's Remembered

    This was the most difficult project I have attempted due to the fact that the final construction was like a puzzle. It was a good challenge for me. I love to hand applique and this had plenty of it along with pieced blocks. It was quilted by Allison at Sister's Choice in Berlin, WI. She did a great job. the pattern was created by Lori Smith from
    Posted to twistedsticks's Gallery (MediaGallery) by twistedsticks on Mon, Nov 28 2011
  • Purple Happiness

    This quilt was made for my niece for her high school graduation. Her favorite color was purple. I just loved the bright colors in this fabric and the appliqued flowers added such a nice touch. She loved it and that made me very happy. Such a simple pattern, this used a pack of layer cakes. The pattern was called "Four O' Clocks" by Pie
    Posted to twistedsticks's Gallery (MediaGallery) by twistedsticks on Mon, Nov 28 2011
  • Re: which Brand of thread is the best?

    I have tried a lot of thread over the years. From Coats and Clark to the top of the line Aurifil. As I moved up the line it is plain to see that Aurifil is the best of the best. It is fine when I do hand applique or just sewing down binding it just disappears. The range of colors can't be beat either. For piecing it just glides through my machine
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by twistedsticks on Mon, Nov 28 2011
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