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October 23, 2020

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Wendy Currie

We have had snow on the ground for the last week...somehow fall seems to have been overlooked by someone.
That squirrelly girl collection is way too Cute and I am proud of myself for not ordering it but sad at the same time ๐Ÿ˜Š I am committed though that in the future an autumn quilt will be on my to do list.
I have always enjoyed your blog Nicole and esp this year itโ€™s been nice to come back to. I am working on reviving mine as well.

Jan

Thank YOU for presenting interesting subjects for discussion. I always enjoy your blog & reading other quilters' take on things. Several mentioned Home Ec in middle or high school & I think it's been a mistake to cut that subject from the curriculum. Many of us learned so many basic sewing skills in that class! Have a great weekend & stay well!

Dianne R

I love these fabrics too, but I didn't buy any. I like log cabin blocks. Have you ever used the log cabin ruler to trim the blocks? My local quilt store didn't have the size ruler I wanted when I was there a few months ago. Lately I've been making masks and hemming pants for people, not much quilting getting done now that I'm back to work.

AnnieO in SoCalif

Paper piecing and I have to have a study session before each rewiring of my brain to think upside down and backwards to add fabric to the correct side and in the right order! I do have that add a quarter ruler--my sister bought it for me when we were having Violet Craft teach a paper piecing workshop. Sadly I haven't finished the Mt Hood design yet! Enjoy your stitching hours :)

Cheri Ucci

Super cute fabric. I love to paper piece! It is just enough of a challenge to keep me interested In sewing the same seam over and over. It keeps me engaged. And I love the challenge that I get with the more complicated paper piecing designs. It also tell me when to stop. After putting the same piece on backwards twice!

Barbara

Back in the late 80โ€™s or early 90โ€™s, I found some fun small wall hanging and Christmas stocking patterns where the finished strip width was 1/2 inch. I started using 1/4 inch graph paper as the foundation. It worked great! This was before foundation papers were on the market.

Penny Holliday

Great tool! I have a similar little all wood roller that I previously used for wallpapering - especially rolling seams. Many years ago when I took a class to learn paper piecing it was suggested by the teacher. It does work great especially eliminating so much pressing with an iron!

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