OK....I took my twister class yesterday and LOVED it. You use a special ruler and it is just so fun and easy. I got a pattern for the Christmas Wreath Wallhanging and it's so easy, I'm going to make a BUNCH for gifts!!! People will think that I actually know what I'm doing...LOL
OK: Lots of people were wondering where to get the twister ruler and pattern. The ruler is available at several places on line but the pattern is brand new. I got both at my LQS here:
After many different things going on at once, it is nice to be able to sit back and catch up with the relaxing quilting time.
I have had many things going on with working a different job, being ill and then hubby being ill, basically trying to live on one income and trying to stay chipper.lol Now many of the cobwebs are clearing and I am beginning to see the light again. The fingers can not wait to get playing with thread and fabric again. Yippee tis about time. Hopefully everyone will
Recycle Tutorial: Woven Rag Rug
March 22, 2010 | 69,897 views
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◄ Back Next ► Recycle your old bed sheet into a lovely woven rag rug.
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I have been asked to share this (it's fun to be popular!), so here is my absolute Favorite yummy thing to make and eat at holiday dinners. This recipe has been handed down from my great grandmother. Thank you, juneayerza, for contacting me.
One head of iceberg lettuce, rinsed, broken into bite-sized pieces, and dried (in a spinner, or rolled in paper towels)
Two stalks of celery, sliced thin
1/2 sweet onion, or yellow onion, diced