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  • Re: Quilting with precuts AND pre washed fabric yardage

    Using a salad spinner for washing precuts is actually a technique, not a joke. The extra comments weren't meant to make you think they were kidding...Please don't be offended. stitcheraz
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by stitcheraz on Sat, Aug 20 2016
  • Re: Bent quilting needles!

    I guess the needles are for all types. I too bend needles when I bind, but have discovered the bend actually helps when binding. I don't hand quilt due to wrist issues from 30 years of intense counted cross stitching...but prefer finishing bindings by hand rather than by machine. I can't offer a suggestion on which brand won't bend. They
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by stitcheraz on Fri, Aug 19 2016
  • Re: What are you up to today #10

    Is, take time to heal. Be patient with your self. stitcheraz
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by stitcheraz on Tue, Aug 16 2016
  • Re: What are you up to today #10

    I'm not sure a thread name change would do it, but it's worth a try. What might be more helpful is updating some of the stuff that hasn't changed in a year...and maybe even having the blog be more than an ad or a catchall for spam... Maybe putting the next mystery as a thread for more access ... stitcheraz
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by stitcheraz on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: What are you up to today #10

    I don't think the thread has ended. It's more of an issue with folks not participating much any more. I still remain hopeful. I watch several sites and there are fewer posting on those as well. stitcheraz
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by stitcheraz on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Question about selling a pattern

    These are two different situations in my mind, but I would try to investigate who designed/made the antique quilt...contacting family members/owners of the farm to find out as much information as possible. That would guide me in deciding what route to take before spending the hours and $$$ to publish a pattern. Your own version for your own use is totally
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by stitcheraz on Fri, Jul 22 2016
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today? #11

    Welcome to your new sewing room with your things in it! stitcheraz
    Posted to Did you work on a quilt today? (Forum) by stitcheraz on Mon, Jul 18 2016
  • Re: Adventurous Stars Block Seven "Plaid Star

    Sorry, I'm a couple behind. I had successful surgery on my thumb. Paper piecing, at least for me, requires more than one hand. :) The good news is that stitches came out yesterday and recovery is well underway. I need to be patient a while longer... stitcheraz
    Posted to Paper Piecing Group (Forum) by stitcheraz on Fri, Jul 8 2016
  • Re: quilt patterns

    Any of the things you mentioned are fine. My only concern would be with the buttons. I don't put buttons on quilts that will be around children and/or pets for the safety of the children and/or pets. If it's to go on a wall, then buttons are fine. I don't want to feel responsible for any choking issues that might arise from a button. If
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by stitcheraz on Fri, Jul 8 2016
  • Re: StarStruck - MQ12 - Clue 8 and 9 Discussion

    Marsha, I'm pretty sure it won't be cold this summer, but 88 at noon sounds wonderful. It's not even noon here yet and it's 113 on my patio. I spent the morning with the embroidery machine making gingerbread ornaments with the "frosting" only on the front. The embroidery file I used worked great, except that I had to change
    Posted to Mystery Quilts (Forum) by stitcheraz on Sun, Jun 19 2016
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