Thursday, December 29, 2016

Fringe Stitch Tutorial + Extras

10 comments:

  1. I love your tutorials. Thanks sew much.

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  2. I so enjoy your videos and tutorials! I can't remember if you did a "command center" tour in the past. If you did, do you know where I can find it? I'm interested in knowing the size of your garage and the space above it that you use for your sewing room. I would love to be able to do something similar when we add a garage. Thanks and Happy New Year!

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  3. I've just discovered your web page & love it!! Thanks for the information you pass on.

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  4. LOVE the fringe idea!!! LOVE your blog and web pages.

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  5. Dear Anna, I too just discovered your blog and You Tubes. I quilt and my husband and I are RVers. He has retired and 2017 is my year to ramp down into retirement. I love your easy going presentations and your camping information is great. For sure, seeing Sisters in your videos has bumped that to the top of our bucket list to visit! Being a mid-westerner we have hit 3 of the four corners of the United States with the fourth (Pacific Northwest) our last to see. Your videos have made my husband enthusiastically say, "let's go!". So thank you for your outreach to the quilting/RV community! Pam Eulberg PS: Love your name, Anna. That's our granddaughter's name and every time i see or hear it I smile!!

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  6. Thanks for the lesson on how to make the fringe. I have all my "Let it Snow" blocks prepped but still have to stitch most of them. I love the extra dimension the special stitches add to the blocks. Looking forward to the new year and your next RV adventures. Happy New Year!

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  7. Thanks for the Command hanging strips tutorial. I didn't know that you could stick them directly to the project. No more hanging sleeves! Great idea. Love your work. Happy New Year.

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  8. i love your blog. I am also a quilter and RV traveler and greatly enjoy all your tips. We are just entering our second year of retirement and your rv travel and quilting demos are terrific. A ? what is SF101, I am assuming it's a stablizer could you give me the manufacturer info. Thanks.

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  9. Thanks Ann for another great learning video. I stick straight pins in my little quilts to hang them at Christmas time but am so happy to learn about the "command strips". They are now on my shopping list.

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