love Bonnie Hunter.. I watch her live quilt cam. Her blogspot is great.
Thank you for posting the link to finishing a hexagon quilt. I am working on a grandmother's flower garden right now.
Great tutorial. Plan to give it a try.
Thanks for the recipe. All my friends & I buy The Best Press when it's on sale...this is way better and I can put in my own scent. Love it!!
Thanks so much for the wonderful idea! I'd much rather do this than spend a fortune on the other spray starch.
Thanks, Craftybear! I printed it out and since I use distilled water all the time for my CPAP machine and I think we have some vodka that is no telling how old I can make some spray starch without going to get the other stuff. You give such neat ideas.
Hi, Thanks for sharing this video. I really like how this lady plays with colors, and the purses, now that is thinking outside the box. I really enjoyed the video and will keep this project in mind
What a neat idea! I just may need one of these.
Country Stitches is the shop where I work.
These are great lists, Crafty! Thanks.
Thanks for the information. I have next week off, so I may venture over there. I'll probably check Fields Fabric out in Kalamazoo also.
Ahhh Crafty Bear I was on the above link you supplied for HOURS I guess I have no self control lol But I clicked on the Flip Flop Pattern and then I had to go to a bounch of other sites that were mentioned but I gain 3 patterns for free that I wanted and many many great ideas. Thank You very much
Thank you for posting this. I've been wanting a thread catcher.
Crafty Bear you have done it again I paid $8 for a similar pattern last year and was never ever to make them as I couldnt understand the pattern. This tute was so simple to understand a big THANK YOU to u from me
What a cute idea! Thanks for the link
I live in Grand Rapids Michigan where the AQS quilt show is being held in August. This is a beautiful city with great sites to visit, and several LQS to see. Anyone thinking of coming...you wont regret it!
What a great gift idea!!
What kind of material do you use for an ironing beard cover?
Missed you Crafty Bear