LisaC

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  1. Sew Tweet, a pattern by Chitter Chatter Designs. I hand appliqued and embroidered the blocks in 2014; along with completing the top. Finally this year, I free motion quilted it on my Mille. This was a very fun project began by me and Lisa E. in 2014. It was my first attempt at embroidery; I was so blessed my Mother used to do all my embroidery, but she has since passed away. The blue birds remind of Cinderella birdies!!
  2. I agree with Sharon. Love it!!! The quilting really is perfect on such a cute quilt.
  3. Terry, it is exquisite ! Your piecing and quilting are awesome!!! Great Job.
  4. A lot of quilters use a saddle stool. You can do a search on this forum for a lot of information on them and also search the internet or Amazon.com for them. There are some in most every price range. I definitely recommend one that is adjustable in height. I don't use mine often, but love it for doing detail work.
  5. See Dawn Cavanaugh's post above............I believe that is what you are experiencing - the #8 Screw post.
  6. Debbie, is this for a Millie? If so, I might know someone.
  7. I love string quilts, too. I gave my scrap box of strips to another quilter because it was driving me nuts! She has made quite a number of quilts. Very fun!
  8. I am sorry for the loss of your dear friend as well. Hugs and prayers for you and her family.
  9. Check out this video by Linda V Taylor https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=a-MdFDuTIws She shows quilting alot of fullness on an antique double wedding ring. Episode 39 quilting out fullness.
  10. What a wonderful space! I love it and congratulations on your Idaho move. Idaho is a wonderful state; Lord willing; I would like to retire there!