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  • Re: Keeping your Quilt Block in the Order you want them.

    Yes, forgot that part... definitely less "frogging"...rip-it, rip-it! (LOL) for everyone.
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Shar on Thu, Apr 17 2014
  • Re: Keeping your Quilt Block in the Order you want them.

    Perfect Debbie...I've been teaching quilting for 10 years and this is how I teach block assembly. By using BOTH numbers and letters there is always the ability to check and be certain the correct blocks are being sewn together. After all blocks are labeled, all can be stacked...sewn into pairs...easily re-stacked,...pairs sewn together...soon rows
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Shar on Wed, Apr 16 2014
  • Re: Good priced aurifil thread

    Of course if your LQS doesn't have it, get Aurifil where you can. :-) Once you use this wonderful thread you will become a devoted user. By the way it has a great FB page.
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Shar on Thu, Mar 20 2014
  • Need Idea for Group Exchange...

    I usually take care of the theme for my small group's Christmas gift exchange. Every year the idea has easily popped into my head, not this time. Here are some of things we have already done. 1.Just set Up to 1 yd of fabric, make whatever, exchanged using parts of Christmas songs 2. gave each one same FQ, add up to 1yd, make whatever, drew name
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Shar on Thu, Mar 20 2014
  • Re: Good priced aurifil thread

    Aurifil is an amazing quality thread. Keeps your machine clean and sews so very well, particularly because it doesn't bulk up the seam. It fills the bobbin efficiently so it lasts longer. One point to consider when choosing where to purchase Aurifil...Your Local Quilt Shop is there to service your quilting world. The dollar or two you save on something
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Shar on Thu, Mar 20 2014
  • Re: Quilt Kit Problem

    Unfortunately, asking for a refund in this situation really isn't appropriate. Kits simply are not meant to be pre-washed. Patterns are written for required amounts of fabric, not for additional to cover shrinkage. Shops cut kits according to pattern requirements. Unless a pattern explicitly says the measurements include extra for shrinkage, and
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Shar on Thu, Mar 20 2014
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