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Mixing washed with pre-washed fabric

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peggy Stuart Sep 3, 2014. 1 Reply

I know the topic of to pre wash or not to pre wash has been discussed before, but I have a question on that. I have some pre washed fabric I found in my stash and was wondering how big of a mistake…Continue


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I have looked online for this info, but can not find it

Posted on January 17, 2016 at 11:02am 4 Comments

I know you ladies can help...I have searched online for the price of the Babylock Soprano sewing machine. Seems like the price if the higher end machines is a well kept secret! Can anyone give me a ballpark idea on price?

How do you attach buttons on a quilt?

Posted on November 1, 2014 at 4:04pm 6 Comments

I have several quilts that I want add buttons on. They are for a snowman, eyes, mouth, belly and Santa eyes. What is the most common way to do that? Is it done after all quilting is done? You can see on the back where you attached them to the front? I can't really vision any other way.......anyone have ideas on that?

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At 10:14am on January 23, 2015, Barbara Graham said…

Hi Jo,

Yes, the quilt was complicated (although probably not as complicated as I made it). It is my younger son and his wife's wedding quilt. I asked each of them to select fabrics from my stash that appealed to that person. Then, like in marriage, I had to mix everything together and make it look okay. So, there is everything in it from baseballs to autumn leaves. I am not a scrappy quilter as a rule so it was tricky.

At 11:45pm on August 22, 2014, Carole said…
Thanks for the comments on my Welcome Spring quilt. It's made with a jelly roll. You can find the free pattern at the Moda Bake Shop.
At 7:28am on January 3, 2011, Marilyn Wilson said…
Hi Jo.  The Bargello in the Round looks more complicated than it is -- takes an awful lot of time to sew your stratas together (you need 6) and pressing is a must and takes a while as well.  But it was fun to see it take shape.  Thanks for the comment.

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