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I need all the craft supplies! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago
Just a caution about your sewing machine needles⚠️. We are seeing quite a few machines coming in with problems caused by a budget brand of needles being sold at some department stores. These needles are made so poorly that they will actually cause your machine to not sew properly.
To demonstrate - the needle on the left is a Schmetz brand needle size 80 and on the right is the department store needle size 70. This size needle should be finer than the Schmetz, and as you can see, not only is it thicker, but it’s also longer😱! Other needles in the same department-store-pack are made backwards or are bent. Consumers are purchasing these needles in good faith, and then spending hours trying to find the cause of their sewing machine problem, all the while certain that it can’t be their machine needle because it’s a brand-new pack😤. And the worst part about this is that newbies to sewing, who are keen to get involved in this hobby that we all love so much, think that the problems that they are experiencing are caused by them doing something wrong, and with a hit to their confidence, they just give up🙄.
No matter if you have an enormous machine that you use every day, or a small one, that you get out every now and then, we recommend using brand-quality needles like Schmetz, that you can purchase from all good sewing stores. Share this post with your sewing friends ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago
What shops do you want to see come back this year to do the Taste the Experience Row by Row? Tag your favorite shop in the comments to let them know! ... See MoreSee Less
Pineneedles - McKenna Ryan
Idaho Row by Row Experience shared American Patchwork & Quilting's post.
5 days ago
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I resemble this remark!
Idaho Row by Row Experience shared Silo and Sage's post.
1 week ago
There’s just no other explanation 🤷🏼♀️ ... See MoreSee Less
Marsha haha Happy happy birthday to you!
Kathy Fitchner after we finish going through the fabric 😂😂😂😂
Idaho Row by Row Experience shared Row by Row Studio's post.
1 week ago
Look who's coming to Row by Row Junior this summer! It's Fried Eyes, Jelly, and Sweetie. Three friends from the imaginary Land of Yum. Read all about them and their patterns here: https://hellosewingworld.com/row-by-row-junior-2019/ ... See MoreSee Less
That would be so cute for gr grand daughter.
Idaho Row by Row Experience shared Mommy Talk's post.
2 weeks ago
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This was the kindness of pure love...
I wish I still had some of the garments that I wore as a child out of feed sacks! I loved playing with the fabric after it had been washed! Good memories!
Lots of these prints were used in my Grandma's Quilt from that era. Beautiful...
It also meant men would buy their products bc the their wives liked the fabric. And the fabric was cheaper than other materials for packing
That was the good ol’ days
I wore those!!
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2 weeks ago
Needle and thread under an electron microscope. ... See MoreSee Less
this would be an amazing sculpture outside the quilt shop
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3 weeks ago
Believe it or not, amazing realistic food made from fabric and fine tuned with an airbrush and acrylic paints to make a person drool. This amazing technique ... ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
For some shops coming up with a concept, designing, creating and making a pattern is very difficult, so we are asking you.....what types of rows and/or blocks would you like to see this year? What is the first thing you think of when you hear the phrase "taste the experience"??
Thanks for your input! ... See MoreSee Less
Not terribly excited about seeing food in rows.
I would be excited over a black shadow of a farmer, farm equipment, old time farming in front of a sunrise/sunset background.
I'd love to see beautiful herbs and botanicals.
The progression of nature from seed, to seedling, to flower bud, to burgeoning fruit or vegetable.
I could see a bookshelf quilt with rows of canned foods, crates of potatoes and onions, cookbooks.
I'd love a whole quilt reminiscent of a 1950s kitchen. Black and white checkered tile, old fashioned baby blue stove, polka dot apron, sunny curtains, retro fridge.
This makes me think of food from different cultures/countries. I would love to see less appliqué and more piecing in the blocks.
Hopefully designs that don’t require a lot of appliqué for those that don’t know how are not good at it. 🤪
Perhaps a sampler with each block made with a different technique--and the kit comes with chocolate!
Hope it's not hamburger appliques.
Oh my goodness!!! Ya'll have to do a twice baked smothered potato!
I guess my first thought is that I'm concerned this one will end up (at least in Idaho) being all about wine. That would be a real shame for those of us who don't drink (religious reasons, recovering alcoholics, etc.).
I've really enjoyed rows in the past that include at least one or two traditional pieced blocks. I know it's hard to come up with, but I'm sure there are a few. "Honey bee" blocks, for example, or "Corn and beans," or "Pineapple." Ones with names like "Windmill," "Churn dash," "Farmer's daughter," or even "Economy" could also be inspiration for a row design. Log cabins, pine trees, and mountains are fun to piece.
Picnics; campfires, a row of fish, skiers and hot cocoa also come to mind. Or honor experiences specific to the location-- such as, in Boise, floating the river, rock climbing, the Western Idaho Fair, or Winter Garden Aglow..
I’m hoping someone near Pittsburgh does an appliqué of the Heinz factory. I’m saving rows specifically of Pittsburgh and it’s landmarks to make my 84 year old dad a lap quilt. He used to live and work in Pittsburgh. Places like New Orleans should have no trouble coming up with rows. There are many cities and states with foods they are famous for... Maryland crabs, Philadelphia cheesesteak, Boston lobster.....
Would love to see foods from each region, city or state. Also a food from farmers market to ready to taste.
I would love to see instant pot and ninja foodi with lid open and view of food ready to taste
Tea pots would be great
Fruits are prettty: 🍓🍍🍒🍋
Chocolate theme. Humorous animal themes. Not lips.
Wine. Cakes. Cookies. Pies . Huckleberries
I’m a pastry chef. I’d love to see that
Not appliance !!!
Places to go eat at
1 month ago
What was your first thought when you learned the new Row by Row theme? ... See MoreSee Less
Wine and coffee.
I love it! Way better than last year (I skipped that one).
I am a Pampered Chef consultant as well as a quilter and I thought, How Perfect!! :)
Love the theme. Gathering my stash of food fabs.
It will be interesting to see what people do with it. I'm opting out this year as I have done 5 of them already. But might do a few if they are cute and use them as table runners for the kitchen.
I'll probably skip it...not sure many of my local shops will be doing this year..
I'm still working on designing our shop's row...
Can't see what fabrics show up. It should be a cute theme.
Cheese straws and pimento cheese and Paula
YIPPEE! Right up my alley.
I love food!! ❤️❤️
Sooooo excited my son is a chef !!!!
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