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Lynn Marie Hupp Aleksich did you see this? 😊
Very good to know! Especially if I ever get to quilt in space! How does one say challenging!!’
Wow, that is cool. I'll never complain about how hard it can be to make a block here on earth! Well maybe just a little, LOL!
She needs to buy pre-cuts! 😁
Oregon Row by Row Experience shared Row by Row Studio's post.
4 days ago
Need gift ideas? Customize a row for that special someone and make up a comfy pillow sham. Here are two free sham patterns, one for the classic 9" x 36" size row and one for the new 12" x 27" row shape. https://rowbyrowexperience.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Row-by-Row-Big-Simple-Sham.pdf and https://rowbyrowexperience.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Row-by-Row-Junior-Flange-Pillow-Sham-Pattern-Rev.pdf. ... See MoreSee Less
Oregon Row by Row Experience shared Texas Row by Row Experience's post.
6 days ago
Organize - verb - to put into a particular arrangement
I carefully organized the fabric in my stash by . . .
How is your fabric organized?? ... See MoreSee Less
“Too pretty to use”. Love that! Lol....
uha det passer vist meget godt på mit lager🙂
It is Folded, and sort of color stacks until I start pulling them to go in a group. 😜
Bonnie Farmin a new way to organize??? 🤣
Use not used
Sasha Anzures...look what I found!! This is exactly it!!
Im making some for Christmas.
I made one for a friend of mine who enjoys ice cream, but doesn't like to hold the bowl, the cold hurts his hand. He really liked it.
I cut the points off the corners When I make mine I love these and give them as gifts
My question is, do you use it in the microwave or put the hot bowl in I after heating.
My client Make these all the time...
Oregon Row by Row Experience shared Embroiderers' Guild of Victoria's post.
2 weeks ago
I saw this technique in a museum in Scotland- they were amazing!This boutis camisole was intended to add a bit of warmth during cold weather and was modeled after antique examples.
We're lucky to have modern materials to keep us warm today. Not so long ago - keeping warm involved lots of layers or padded clothing like this camisole.
Boutis is a technique that was first used on quilts in the south of France. The quilts don't involve piecing of fabric, but rather using the whole cloth and stitching and stuffing to create decorative patterns.
This technique was also used on garments - jackets, cloaks, petticoats and camisoles. ... See MoreSee Less
Oregon Row by Row Experience shared Begin with Yes's post.
2 weeks ago
Haha! This made me chuckle and I knew instantly that you would get a kick out of this, too! =) Begin with Yes ... See MoreSee Less
Oregon Row by Row Experience shared Utah Row by Row Experience's post.
3 weeks ago
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Also a liberator of online fabrics!
Actually, this year I didn’t do much of this, but I can always be up for finding a new great store since Portland’s Fabric Depot closed.
Shannon Marshall, Patricia Marshall....
Aren't we all.
Oregon Row by Row Experience shared I Love Quilting's post.
4 weeks ago
I so do this...This is so my life!! I've had fabric for years that I can't just seem to cut into.🤷♀️ ... See MoreSee Less
This is me every time I dip into my Tula stash
I quit worrying about wasting anything when I realized if I lived to be 400 I would never use all my fabrics and threads etc etc
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