The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!
Me again, Sandra! Have you always lived in Spen or moved here from another state or town? Just wondering! Maybe we have even seen one another at Betty's and didn't realize it, how about that?! Do you work or are you a lucky one at home with little ones or your hubby?
We shall chat again!
Hi Sandra! Thanks for the friend request! Spencerport that's super, the closest friend yet! I am in the NY group, but don't get there much. Time just flys and I don't know how to slow it down, unless I am in my sewing room with fabric on my hands! LOL
Sorry it took so long for me to answer. I have been away just after the Easter holiday. My girlfriend from PA and I went to my son's in NC. We were there a week and then I returned to PA with my friend and stayed with her a few days. I am now home and returned to work. I was full time for 16 years and my boss decided to cut me to 20 hours a week. It stinks, money wise, but I do enjoy the extra time with my quilting. I also enjoy scrapbooking, not great at it, but it's just for me anyhow!
Hope to hear more from you when you have time!
Enjoy the site, it's the best!!
I loved listening to you talk about quilting for the rest of us. I am actually a hand quilter but I sure could appreciate all of your comments and loved the true/false segment. I answered the questions along with you. I did try (once) sewing binding on both sides - that was about 30 years ago when I first started. Yes, I saw the instructions in a magazine and it sure looked simple. NOT! I ripped and even added a few words to my vocabulary that aren't usually there. I have never done that again. Actually I like doing the binding one side sewed down and the other hand-sewn. Its a good evening by the TV project. Also I have found that as a hand quilter, I have no problem using scraps of batting, butting them together and quilting over it. No problem. I save all my scraps. I personally lose interest in "reading" down through the comments even though I know the're all so good. That's why I really found your "podcast" so great. I'll be back. Thanks. Joyce (in Chenango Co)