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red hot dots

red hot dot runner + winners

hello Friday! so…you might remember this red hot dot project I have shared here and there… here is my runner top all put together… I really like this fun pattern… I did some of my fun curvy quilting… and the finish! love it!! click here to see more photos… so today….I would usually have a […]

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fun fabric mail day

fun fabric mail day + giveaway

hello Wednesday! the best days are when fabric orders arrive in the mail…. my friend Julie from the Intrepid Thread has the best fabrics!! the blue flying geese print is for the back of my Winnie the Pooh quilt… I am really excited about this panel…I have a fat eighth bundle of the coordinating fabrics…so […]

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wild honey finish

wild honey finish + winners

hello Friday! welcome to the Friday Finishes linky party! today I am super excited to share my wild honey finish with you… if you remember, this was where I last left you with this project… and the finish!!! I am so very pleased with how this turned out…one of those projects that you correctly envision… […]

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mini heart

mini heart + giveaway

hello Monday! I am a sucker for kits! when it was February and all I saw on instagram was heart projects… I bit when Canoe Ridge offered a mini heart quilt kit…she even pre-marked the diagonal lines on the squares! now to motivate myself to finish it! do you love quilt kits too?? this weekend […]

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happy Hero mail day

happy Hero project day + winners

hello Friday! welcome to the Friday Finish linky party! it was an exciting mail day when my Hero projects came home! love them even more now…. you can see more pictures here and here… now I am looking forward to seeing your finishes this week… Powered by Linky Tools Click here to enter your link and […]

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binding tips part 3

binding tips part 3 + giveaway

hello Monday! today we are going back to our binding tip series…. I wanted to talk a bit about binding a larger piece… I use 2.5 inch strips and I join them with a diagonal seam to make one long strip…I also press them in half lengthwise before sewing onto the quilted piece… now, as […]

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