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6 days ago

Washington Row by Row Experience

Wow, love mandala quilts! This one apparently made a stir in Houston.This quilt is "When Everyone's Heart Blooms" by Masako Sanada of Minamiboso City, Chiba, Japan. First Place, Combined Piecing and Appliqué category, sponsored by Quilters Select. Artist's Statement: "This colorful flower mandala quilt was made with my wish that flowers of peace bloom in everyone's heart. The coloring and design was done to feel rhythm and flow. The fabric of Kimono and Futon was used and modestly sparkling beads were placed." ... See MoreSee Less

Wow, love mandala quilts! This one apparently made a stir in Houston.

 

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Jean Rogers!!

Beautiful!

Wowzer

I am dizzy with love looking at these!

Someday we are going to Houston Jody McClain and see the show for ourselves!

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1 week ago

Washington Row by Row Experience

Follow the link to check out this year's Row by Row Junior patterns...so fun! Get those kiddos sewing!!!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

Follow the link to check out this years Row by Row Junior patterns...so fun!  Get those kiddos sewing!!!

1 week ago

Washington Row by Row Experience

This is so fascinating, I can just watch it over and over...

Kanvasroom
Printing multiple colors on fabric
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Fascinating!

Very interesting

That is so cool.

Thanks for the post. It’s amazing how fabric is dyed.

2 weeks ago

My grandson and I were looking forward to the start of this year's Row By Row. Unfortunately it looks like the Snow Days will carry school into the following week. We had planned an all day trip on the 21st. Many of his activities start on the following Monday. It's hard to get sewing time. ... See MoreSee Less

My grandson and I were looking forward to the start of this years  Row By Row. Unfortunately it looks like the Snow Days will carry school into the following week. We had planned an all day trip on the 21st. Many of his activities start on the following Monday. Its hard to get sewing time.

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That's for sure! This snow experience may change a lot of early summer plans, I'm guessing. Hope you can work it out!

2 weeks ago

Washington Row by Row Experience

How many of these things have you done? I think I'm at 18.Here we go . . . Never Have I Ever Sewing Edition! I'm at 18. How high did you score? ... See MoreSee Less

How many of these things have you done?  I think Im at 18.

 

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Look how many 18-20's have been posted! This is a really, really experienced group of quilters!

Dang it! All 20. And if on 19 it was your finger, you do remember that and only do it once! ๐Ÿ˜‚

19, all of them! ๐Ÿ˜œ

The two I haven’t done are 16 and 18.

Oh my, I’m at 19!!

wow- guilty as charged. all 20! Although I now make sure my machine gets serviced regularly.

19. I haven't detoured to a fabric shop while on vacation!

I think I get 20, haven’t scorched anything for long time though.

20.... just did #19 last week

Basically the higher the score the more "seasoned" of a sewer you are. You can't earn points if you don't pay the game!๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜‰

all of the above LOL

Been there and done that (all 20)

20 but I am not a sewist. I dont like that title. ;)

Every one of them through the years, been sewing or quilting since I was 8, so almost 70 years

Yes pretty much 16

How about all. Am I bad

I got all 20!,I started out sewing at the age of 8. #19 I have done at least twice.Once with an embroidery machine and once with a longarm quilting machine. Do I win? LOL

If it’s thing I’ve NEVER done, I’m at about 1.... If it’s things that I HAVE done, I’m at 18 also. ๐Ÿ˜‰

My score is 3. I have never left a scorch mark on something I made. Now something I bought is a different story! I had a sewing machine for 16 years that was serviced by someone other than me twice! Never run out of thread before I finish a project. I would typically by 2 spools or more depending on the project.

18. I don't think I've broken a needle twice and I seldom have the machines serviced.

19 here but I am planning to visit some on my next trip detour or not.

I scored 19. #3 is the only one I haven't done. "Yet" haha

I’ve done them all! Many of them were done years ago-learned from my mistakes. Still love sewing, mostly I quilt now and teach middle school students to sew.

19 I have never forgotten to pre-wash my fabric unless it is woolens for suiting or special occasion fabrics

19. Haven't scorched anything.

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You have probably seen these instructions before...but it's a good reminder to stay home and stay warm when it's nasty outside!

eHow
There's a crisp in the air that calls for hot soup.
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Vicki Myers

My husband just asked me to make some of these

Riina Havonen Robin Scout Hushbeck - This is what they should look like when in use. ๐Ÿ˜Š

I like mine for ice cream ๐Ÿ˜

Kellee M. Stever

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2 weeks ago

Washington Row by Row Experience

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So true.

 

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Kathy James

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