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Sandi Suggs: Finding Her Way to Modern

Sandi’s work was featured in a special display at AQS-Chattanooga, and I was lucky enough to get to interview her. I took some pictures, and if you want to see more of her work, check the links at the bottom of this post. 452 more words


A True Finish It Up Friday

Because I actually finished hand stitching the binding this morning and now my Swoon table topper is done! I have the tree quilt done but decided to wait to share that until after it is gifted.  169 more words


Free Motion Quilting "Snow In October" Video 3 - Oak Leaves!

Hi Friends!

I had a moment to go through my videos and get the next in this series up on the website!  I had hoped to be able to record all the leaves and the acorns but looks like the acorns dropped off the tree (so to speak)! 46 more words



I’ve become fairly accustomed to the sound of my Tin Lizzie long-arm quilt machine. After working with it for hundreds of hours I’ve learned to recognize the sounds it makes when the needle needs replacing, the stitch tension is slightly off and when the bobbin is running low. 267 more words


Paper Pieced Quilt Along #10 - Machine Quilting the Blocks

This week I am quilting wavy lines in all of the Deco Dresden blocks as part of my continuing Paper Pieced Quilt Along. This is a very easy, forgiving design to do and can be quilted either with a walking foot or free-motion. 482 more words

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Finding Time

If you are like me, it’s very hard to find time to regularly attend monthly quilt guild meetings. Six months out of the year I spend the majority of my days at my Little Cabin In The Woods or visiting friends and relatives. 132 more words


Scrapbuster - A Finish! & Binding How-To

Finally – I quilted and bound my leader-ender green scrappy quilt, “Meadow.” I wanted to practice using my BSR (Bernina Stitch Regulator) so I quilted this one myself. 433 more words