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  1. dye cottage for quilter at heart

    by , 08-02-2013 at 04:45 PM
    went out to my dye cottage first thing this morning, to find the perfect place for each thing, my dye books are on shelves under the dormer windows, paints all in one cupboard, dyes in another, iron hot blow dryer in a cupboard. one gal size buckets on top shelf under counter, and the 5 gal size on bottom shelf under counter. I have 2 plastic drawers, one for PFD fabric and one for odds and ends. Table in front of front windows with 2 chairs. It is the perfect size for me to do all my fabric painting ...
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  2. Using embroidery designs as quilting designs

    by , 08-02-2013 at 04:20 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by quiltin-nannie View Post
    I decided I wanted to try a quilt as you go project, and quilt each block with my embroidery machine. I have some great quilt designs I purchased several years ago and have not used them. My problem is, I have the Husqvarna Viking designer software, and it won't work on my relatively new computer. It's version 3 and they are out with V5. I don't embroider enough to justify the cost of upgrading to 5D ($2300). Does anyone know of a program that is less expensive but will let me manipulate my
  3. Finish the Thirteen's A Charm serge & merge quilt pattern by Sharon V. Rotz

    by , 08-02-2013 at 03:22 PM
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    Thanks for looking. This is my first twin quilt, and I learned a lot here at the quilting board to complete this goal. Thanks.
  4. UFO Santa

    by , 08-02-2013 at 09:59 AM
    17 years ago --yes 17! I started a Santa Quilt and now will be working on the remaining blocks. I'll post progress.

    I'll be posting on my blog

    i promise to speed the next blocks up a bit.
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