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Saturday, January 14, 2012



What pretty quilts. Glad you learned a new way to make your quilting easier.



Deb, It looks like y'all had a great time. I can't wait to see your finished quilt!


Oh My!!! I think I would of been the Only Lady RUNNING back and forth between the Yogurt Making and The Quilting Class... :) Those quilts are BEAUTIFUL!!!

Kendra Sheard

Wow, what beautiful quilts! It looks as though you had two very lovely days. You have inspired me to get to work finishing the table runner I started in my quilting class over at Rachel's last summer (YIKES! Has it been that long since I started that project????). Thanks for sharing!


I have always heard that one should cut on the bias ALWAYS for binding..but it is such common practice nowadays to cut it straight that is what I do. I really should try the bias sometime. I really really should.


I've only done the straight-grain binding (like I'm so experienced at quilting!), but I did try doing a bias binding on a baby quilt once. It didn't work very well, mainly because I was in a hurry and couldn't take my time. But . . . binding the quilt is my very favorite thing! I love sewing it down on the back and seeing my finished product!


Hello again ..... I am back in blogland and back to visit you .... and what a lovely visit is too. Oh how I wish I could have been one of your friends and enjoyed the day with you, but thank you for sharing so much with us. The railroad blocks look great.
In the county I am now living I haven't found any crafty outlets, so being able to read up on your blog has been a tonic.
Have a lovely weekend,
Val xx Berkshire UK

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