Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Wool Stitching in Ocean City Washington

11 comments:

  1. Thank you Anna for the great tutorial. Is your background fabric wool, or something else? I have yet to start my BB blocks although I do have all of them printed ready to go. Hope to start prepping some for camping this weekend. They are a great take along size project. Thanks for showing your thread storage. Mine are all in a zip lock bag. I think the box is much handier. Looking forward to the next tutorial!

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  2. Gosh! its so fun to check in each day and see where you are adventuring and stitching! Thanks so much for the tutorial.. I am just getting ready to start a wool block of the month at The Gathering Place down in Rupert Idaho.. So excited about it!! Would love to share some pics of the project with you.. not sure how to add pics to my post here?! Also was excited to see that there will be a wool block like the row by rows! Cant wait to hear more about that!

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  3. Thanks for the tut. Can you explain more on the SF100 product, please.

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  4. I still need to make up the last two of Stacy's BOMs, and a new one should be up this week.

    Debbie

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  5. Yout blocks are looking great!

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  6. Thank you, Anna! I enjoyed the tutorial. I'm going to have to get that SF101 and get going on my Buttermilk Basin blocks. Yours are looking so lovely :-) Have fun in that beautiful neck of the woods!

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  7. Anna, what is SF101? Thank you for the great tutorial.

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  8. Oh! That heat! We sure aren't used to that here in the NW...Nice tutorial, well done. Looks like the view of the ships, barges, watercraft is quite entertaining. Stay cool my friend!

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  9. Oh! That heat! We sure aren't used to that here in the NW...Nice tutorial, well done. Looks like the view of the ships, barges, watercraft is quite entertaining. Stay cool my friend!

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  10. Thanks so much for showing these stitches! I am new to this and have been struggling with the blanket stitch in the smallest areas. I love your videos and can't wait to see your emails pop up in my mailbox!

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  11. Thanks so much for showing these stitches! I am new to this and have been struggling with the blanket stitch in the smallest areas. I love your videos and can't wait to see your emails pop up in my mailbox!

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