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    Re: Stars upon Thars is quilted!

    Barabara! Accuquilt die parallelogram. The rest are squares. This was a wing it scrap project. :). If you go to by blog you can see how I contructed it. It started with a lone star blade...
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    Re: Stars upon Thars is quilted!

    Claire, no pattern. But the stars are made with my parallelogram accuquilt die. The rest are squares, or halved squares. I do have instructions up on my blog on how to make the stars with y seam...
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    Stars upon Thars is quilted!

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    Alot of you voted on layout of this quilt. Quilting took a long time, I am pleased with the results. I used plain muslin for the backing, and have a whole cloth quilt on the...
  4. Thread: Group Frolic

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    Re: Group Frolic

    . Hi five!
  5. Thread: Group Frolic

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    Group Frolic

    Those interested in joining in this years mystery quilt with Bonnie Hunter can join in some forum group sew along here: https://forum.missouriquiltco.com/group.php?groupid=302
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    Re: Frolic! A Quiltville Winter Mystery! (Intro)

    I grew as a quilter because she is an excellent teacher of better ways to use less fabric. If I have to make 200 flying geese blocks in a week, I get to use continuous piecing, and a marathon of...
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    Thanks for the input!

    I conducted poles on here recently for layout options. Am liking how this is turning out! Thank you everyone for your input!
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    Re: Question for longarmers

    Dont sew them, just pin some cloth to each side for your clamps. The pins will be out away from the sewing area, and the added fabric will keep your clamps safely away too!
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    Getting the hang of ruler work

    Ruler work is a slow process, and hopefully I will get more speedy with practice. This took way too long.
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  10. Thread: Strings?!@

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    Re: Strings?!@

    Thank you everyone for the suggestions. I have gotten out my compass and am making these with my own pattern.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N97RHNAidBM&app=desktop
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    Re: Strings?!@

    I have recently made a scrappystar quilt and really do not want to make another. That quilt is gorgeous!
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    Re: Strings?!@

    This would work if I had width of fabric for many pieces. Some may be 5 inches long by an inch.
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    Re: Machine lifespan

    Do you invest to have the machine serviced regularly? If the answer is yes, then the answer is yes keep it. If you have never serviced the machine, it may be worth it to see if it is in need and...
  14. Thread: Strings?!@

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    Strings?!@

    I have bags and bags of scraps. I am thinking of sewing my strings together and then subcutting those pieces into a hexagon or other shape.....maybe even an equilateral triangle. Have any of you...
  15. Thread: Longarm rulers

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    Longarm rulers

    A while back I asked what were your goto rulers for longarm work (I canít remember if I asked here or other social media sites.) Anyway, I ended up getting the Handiquilter 4 in 1 ruler and am very...
  16. Thread: Nylon Thread

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    Re: Nylon Thread

    I have heard that nylon thread will stretch if it is in the bottom portion of the stitch and will cause problems. Make a small quilt sandwich and see if it can be successful.
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    Re: Quilting

    I used to be a non-starch fan. And realized as my iron aged, starch really helps puff the threads in the fabric and removes wrinkles. Saves me money on purchasing a new iron. So I start a project...
  18. Thread: Viewers choice

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    Viewers choice

    A while back I quizzed here on the forum as well as other social media sites, the layout of my stars and patches. People wanted sashing. But if I added a row and a half to the patchwork I would not...
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    A new destination in Hamilton!

    World’s largest spool of thread!
    https://auribuzz.wordpress.com/2019/08/28/worlds-largest-spool-of-thread/

    And Missouri Quilt Museum!
    https://www.missouriquiltmuseum.com/post/press-release
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    Quilt Steering Committee

    A torch is being passed in our community. An older lady who has headed up our quilt hop (a display of quilts all over town, bringing in tourists), has decided too scale back her efforts. I have...
  21. Re: Has anyone encountered your partner not being okay with gifts?

    Is it time? Money? Or both?

    Lets face it, quilters are the only ones (and their loved ones) who know the costs of time and money put into a quilt. Your coworkers have not a clue. Because they...
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    Re: Rise in cotton batting prices

    Cotton prices have not gone up, just ask the farmers?! Bumper crop years for a few years now. The fact we ship our cotton to other countries to process into cloth, then ship it back to its country...
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    Poll: What do you like best

    These blocks are turning out busy, but I like the scrappy vintage feel. Should they have scrappy sashing? Should I incorporate hsts in the sashing? No sashing? or something else?
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    Re: you tube bag tutorial

    ooooooooooooo thank you for posting!
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    Re: Toasty Cotton Batting on sale

    Thankyou! I took advantage of their black friday sale, snd got these 4 $79, had to pay for shipping. I had three of these in Dec. I am almost through with the last one. Perfect timing for me, and...
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