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February 14, 2012


cindy morgan

I am still trying to get my curves to look better also.For the most part they look good until I turn my fabric and oh my the horror.I am still hoping for a mircle.


I am practicing on curved seams for quilting! quite a challange - at least for me! love IJunction patterns!


Button holes - haven't quite got them right yet, so definitely next on the list to master. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.


I next want to work on putting in zippers.


I'm entranced with something called turned stitch applique, where it is applied by hand.

Very naive and somehow redolent of historic hand stitched quilts. Love it!

Peggy R

I don't know if you would consider this a technique, but I would really love to try my hand at quilting. I would either love to make a quilted jacket, which I've always loved those,, or to make an actual bed quilt. Those are two items on my list of things to make.

Nancy's Couture

Next on my list is to master Lace Insertations

Ginny Morgan

Zippers no longer scare me but button holes need a lot more work.

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