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Bonnie Sneed
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Binding on Ice Cream Cone Border

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bonnie Sneed Jun 24, 2012. 5 Replies

Hi!I was wondering if anyone has suggestions on how to go about binding an ice cream border?  I found some fabulous vintage aqua material and would like to use it on this antique Dresden Plate quilt…Continue

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About Me
I grew up in Ohio. My Mom taught me how to sew about 45 years ago and I have been sewing and quilting ever since! I love to quilt and have been longarm quilting for about two years. I make tee shirt and traditional quilts with custom stitching, so each piece is truly one-of-a-kind. My background and education is in Fine Art and I volunteer with our local schools...currently as a school board member.
My Website (not your email address)
http://www.quiltasdesired.com
Hobbies and Interests
quilting, applique, paper piecing, hand quilting, machine quilting, other
My pets are awesome!
Kula and Henna - Rhodesian Ridgebacks, and Bailey the incredibly nasty Yellow Shouldered Amazon

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At 6:38am on June 20, 2012, Carol Wadkins said…

Thanks for your comments and concern, Bonnie. This sling thing I am stuck in is about to drive me crazy, but no choice in the matter if I want it to heal right! I am missing being able to use my machine to just sew, sew, sew............... but guess we all have our "days" when it's not possible.... LOL

I have to remember that the final result is what I am looking for........... Have a wonderful summer and continue to check out what's going on at QWU! I kow I will.......

Hugs,

Carol

At 9:09am on June 16, 2012, Prairie Quilter Jan/NE said…

Bonnie, thanks for visiting my page and commenting on the t-shirt quilts.  They were a good use for those high school t-shirts they weren't going to wear anymore.  Working with t-shirt material was a new experience for me.  

At 9:00pm on June 14, 2012, Carol Wadkins said…

Thanks Bonnie, I will keep you in mind. It's not going to be to soon, as I just had shoulder surgery and don't know when I am able to get back to my machine........... It's the pitts!!

Have a nice day

Hugs, Carol

At 9:36am on May 31, 2012, Carol Wadkins said…

Hi Bonnie, I have just gone through all of your photos and they are truly wonderful! You are such a beautiful piecing and quilting expert! Tell me how do you put together your tee quilts and stitch them so pretty. Is it hand quilting?

I love them all! Hope one day to be able to one myself, but have not had the nerve yet......

Have a great day!

Hugs,

Carol

At 12:32am on August 6, 2011, Gayle/La. said…
Happy Birthday Bonnie!  I hope you have a wonderful day and lots of blessings to you.
At 3:38am on June 13, 2011, Norma, Ont /Can said…

Hi Bonnie, I happened to look on your page and seen your beautiful work, and read of your patients in being able to finish other peoples work . I have added you to be a friend ,if your ok with that . Because I would just love to live closer to you and have your inspiration around me for motivation.  Keep up your lovely work.

    Thanks for sharing your pictures they are all lovely..     :)          Norma

At 10:03am on March 8, 2011, Carol Wadkins said…

Welcome to the site! So happy that you found us......... It's a great group of people, as you will see once you start moving about and checking it and us all out. Everyone here is very helpful, good listeners, kind, and caring also.......... Look around and see all the awesome pictures of quilts, families, animals, etc and enjoy!!

Carol from upstate NY

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Ironing/cutting "table" with several purposes.

Posted on June 2, 2012 at 4:24am 9 Comments

When my "baby" grew out of the crating stage, she still loved cuddling up in her "den," and she always has to be in whatever room I am working in.  She is quite the faithful helper!  I had always craved a large ironing surface, so I made one from plywood, batting, and a pre-printed grid cloth that I purchased over the internet.  When I have to make the place "presentable,"…

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New website and facebook

Posted on May 31, 2012 at 9:18am 2 Comments

Just wanted to let my friends on Quilt With Us know that I have begun a new longarm custom quilting website and page on Facebook as I venture into quilting for customers on a more regular basis.  It features work I have done in the last year or two and includes baby quilts, tee shirt quilts, traditional quilts, heirloom quilting, and quilted wall hangings.

Hope you can take a moment to check it out.  I include some pages with hints on how to prepare a quilt for sending to a longarm…

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I love everything about quilting.

Posted on June 12, 2011 at 10:23pm 0 Comments

I love everything about quilting...the texture, the problem-solving, the design challenges...everything!  Although I love to make art quilts for my own pleasure, I also love to make others happy by producing their vision and preserving their memories.  I make traditional quilts, art quilts, tee shirt quilts, baby quilts...whatever the project requires.  Sometimes, I just finish other people's quilts - including projects that grandmothers or moms didn't find time to finish.  I also love to…

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