Wow! I did not see that one coming! But it …
Comment on A New Direction by Kathy Rowe.
Wow! I did not see that one coming! But it makes sense. I will miss Pink Chalk Fabrics!! Kathy, you have set the bar for selling fabric online!! Such care goes into every package and every e-mail. So, I have absolutely no doubt that you will carry that track record with you on the next step of your journey! Best wishes and I cannot wait to see what comes next! <3
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I have been wondering what to do with my pre-cut hexagons. Now I know. What a clever pattern! Thanks!
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I love this! I think that this color combo is much more striking than the one on the pattern. I mught just be inspired to get the pattern and make one with these colors!
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I am very impressed with the topstitching!Great job!
Skip the Borders Blog Tour + Giveaway
I use a border when I want to make a quilt bigger, or I want the piecing to really stand out. I have even used multiple fabrics cut in narrow strips for a border that brings out the colors of the main quilt. I like to use colors in non-traditional combinations that you see in nature all the time, but not in quilting combos. Because the colors occur side-by-side in nature, they are pleasing to the eye. The book looks like a must-have!
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I have made many items out of laminated cotton. Hats and bags, large and small. Straight seams and curved seams. Even quilted bags. With great success. If you want a flat finished look, you have to either understitch your seams (great for curves) or topstictch them (great for straight seams). And remember not to iron it!