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April 2020 Blog Posts (16)

High Fiber—Masked Ball

A family friend picked up 82 masks from me on Tuesday. This is what she picked up.…


Added by Peggy Stuart on April 27, 2020 at 8:30am — 6 Comments

Staying home

Hi Everyone, Hope your all doing fine, and staying healthy....and staying away from everyone,,Now that's hard to do...considering we are all people persons.

This is crazy, staying home and doing everything under the sun..

My quilting is up and running, made several masks to sell, House work has taken a hit,,but the outdoors of our yard is amazing....oh wow,,we have had a great spring.

I went on line and saw some new patterns and decided to try them,,not too bad,,, Now to…


Added by Joanna liguz on April 25, 2020 at 4:28pm — 3 Comments

Face masks part deux

I finally finished 100 Olsen face masks to take to the Med Center.

Added by enid wellman on April 21, 2020 at 12:48pm — 3 Comments

High Fiber—Workshop!

The work table is full!

Full of masks in various stages of construction, from washed, uncut fabric in the foreground, to cut-out pieces matched with the best thread from my collection, to pieces with the folds and folded-tape ties…


Added by Peggy Stuart on April 20, 2020 at 8:30am — 6 Comments

Latest Vintage Save

I bought these four 1940s Colonial Ladies blocks at a flea market last summer. They were hand appliquéd, just lovely. I machine pieced the setting and hand quilted it. A cheery project for these difficult times.

Added by handstitcher/IL on April 20, 2020 at 5:01am — 12 Comments

Finally finished

Actually finished this the other night but it was a little dark outside for taking a picture so now I have it

Added by Kathy/WA on April 19, 2020 at 4:02pm — 8 Comments

Seeking Princess Sewing Machine info

Does anyone know anything about this machine?  I can find NOTHING about it on the internet so far.  It is selling on a local on-line auction.  I'm assuming it is a working toy machine circa 1950's, possibly?  When we looked at the listing  yesterday, the bidding was at $140.  I'm not interested in buying it, but I am intrigued by it and that fact that I can't seem to find any history or information about it.  It has a crank handle, but it also looks like there is a belt on it as well.  Maybe…


Added by Prairie Quilter Jan/NE on April 16, 2020 at 3:12pm — 9 Comments

Progress in a confined space

As many of you know I’ve been living in a RV which of course means very confined space.   I have finally worked out a way to work on my quilts.  This is the the last of 3 blocks to make before I can piece the quilt top together.

Added by Kathy/WA on April 16, 2020 at 8:38am — 8 Comments

How are you all managing this Virus.

I'm getting a bit tired of not visiting my neighbors, friends and family. So far only one case in my county. But the threat is always in my mind. I'm making face masks. The quilt I started is taking a back seat for now. Every time I go to the store (which is not a lot) I look like a lab tech. with my mask, rubber gloves and my coat on. I will be glad to shed all three. To keep me occupied when not sewing is watching comedians on the computer. I happened to get one of Foster Brooks the other…


Added by Irene Gallway on April 15, 2020 at 3:46pm — 7 Comments

High Fiber—This Is Our New Life

I finished the masks for family members, and they have gone to their new homes.  …


Added by Peggy Stuart on April 13, 2020 at 8:30am — 3 Comments

more tiny cuteness

Added by Kathleen Kingsbury on April 8, 2020 at 8:28am — 4 Comments

High Fiber—Who Was That Masked Man?

I've been busy making masks this week. I started out with this style.…


Added by Peggy Stuart on April 6, 2020 at 8:30am — 12 Comments

Together We Can Face Mask for Care of Non-COVID19 Cases

The St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon, has asked volunteers to follow these directions for making masks for them. They are using them in the hospital for healthcare workers caring for non-COVID19 patients, so they can save their surgical masks for those on the front lines. We can drop them off at one of the local Albertson's stores during…


Added by Peggy Stuart on April 4, 2020 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Olson style face mask

Here's one I just made today. After I took this picture, I made a filter using some interfacing I had on hand. Slipped it behind that white panel in the first view of the mask. I think it will work well enough. I heard the vacuum cleaner bags had to be HEPA bags to work the best. I don't have any. If I hadn't found the interfacing I was going to try a coffee filter.…


Added by Kathleen Kingsbury on April 4, 2020 at 5:43pm — 3 Comments

Not suppose to happen to me

Hello everyone.  Yes we’ve all had a rough month with this virus, I hope everyone is well.  I’ve been working (yes I work at a grocery store), until today anyway.  I’ve been having problems with my left wrist over the last few days. This morning when I went to work it just seemed like it was getting worse so I went home. It took a while but I finally got in to see a doctor.  Turns out I have tendinitis. A wrist brace and meds and a week off work I am finally home but what to do for a week?…


Added by Kathy/WA on April 1, 2020 at 7:01pm — 3 Comments


Good morning-

Good news...My nephew is doing a lot better. Had a few tough days, this definitely is a tough disease to kill once it gets into your lungs. We were able to get him on the Chloroquine and Z pack along with a nasty antibiotic.

After doing some research on face masks...if, you are making them, keep in mind that vacuum cleaner bags are a great filter. I am making mine with a pocket to slip in a new filter everyday. One bag can make many 5x6 filters.

Prayers for… Continue

Added by Pam/NY on April 1, 2020 at 5:16am — 11 Comments

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