Friday, February 24, 2017

Bee Hive News

11 comments:

  1. Thank you Anna, for all of your useful tips about this type of project. So clever to have many choices of projects to take along as you travel.

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  2. I just love your videos! You make me feel as though we have been friends forever and I'm visiting you!
    You have so many projects for the road. My goodness you are going to be busy!
    Please tell G that I enjoy his music as well. It's soothing. I always look forward to the videos because of all the great things you and G have put together. Love the "pup" too!

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  3. Love all your videos! Any possibility you could list the patterns you are using in the videos either here or on facebook? Couldn't catch who the designers are for the 2 patterns of embroidery you traced. Thank you Anna & G for including us in your lives!

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  4. Hi Anna, another great and informative video, love it, thank you. I think I have all my supplies ready to start my first wool project. Now I need to just pluck up the courage & start!!!!
    Thank you again for being my 'Woolie' inspiration xx

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  5. Love your blog. You have lots of great ideas and tips. I am amazed at how much you get done!

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  6. Thanks Anna, I just ordered my sf101 for pattern Over the river and through the woods by Crabapple and I was wondering how to add the sf 101 to my fabric. Low and behold you pop up with a video! You are amazing! How did you know? Thank you!! Love your videos!

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  7. Like the other Karen, I am doing a Crabapple pattern, Winter Wonderland, but did not know about using the SF101 on the back of my background fabric. Oh how I wish I had! Instead, I hand basted a piece of white fabric to the back. I have some 101 so I am going to try that for the next block with hopes that it won't look too different from the blocks I already have finished. Fingers crossed. I have picked up so many good tips from your videos. Thanks for that.

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  8. I just heard about using a fine micron under your embroidery last week at Carriage Country Quilts!

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  9. I bought a cutting tool at a garage sale, but I have never used it LOL. Now I know how. Thanks Anna for your video.

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  10. Thank you for the great tip on SF101 Anna!

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  11. Thank you and sending you blessings!

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