Sunday, February 19, 2017

Stitch Tips...A Little Bit of This...A Little Bit of That

16 comments:

  1. Another totally AWESOME video Anna. So informative. You are the reason I have begun to stitch with wool as you make it all sooooo doable. I look forward to ALL of your postings. Keep up the great work.

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  2. Fun tips, Anna. I love the Give Thanks quilt. You'll be able to do some nice stitching on the road. Can't wait to hear where "we're" going 😉❤️

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  3. Thanks for the shout out! Looks like you are getting closer to your next Auilt Roadies adventures, would be interesting to see the ice walk that G is breaking down. Any pictures to share?

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  4. Enjoyed your video!
    Lots of fun!
    I haven't tried any knots in a very l o n g time!
    I need to give it another go!
    Hope you have a great time on the road!

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  5. As always, you inspire me. Thanks for the tips! The snow on the ground this AM was not so welcome, but Mr. Sun took it away, thankfully.

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  6. I wonder can that pillow technique be used for a wall hanging?

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  7. Great Video !! I love this wool project and am looking forward to watching your progress on this beauty !

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  8. Hi Anna! Another cute and informative video! Thank you! I'm in love with that chubby little blackbird (on a spool) pinkeep you have on your Janome! Is that a purchase, or did you make it (know of the pattern)?

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  10. Love your videos! Thank you for shaing:)

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  11. I love what you said in the begining of your video Anna. You were describing me and my passion!!! I love a bit of allsorts..everything you said! I only wish My DH liked to travel, but he doesn't, so I go as much as I can. You and G seem to have so much fun. You brighten my day no end!

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  12. Hi Anna,
    Thank you so much for sharing all the tips. I love your tutorials, keep them coming please.
    Have safe & happy travels.
    Ruth x

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  13. Looking forward to trying that colonial knot!

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  14. I just enjoyed your video and wanted to thank you for bringing up a beautiful memory for me. My best friend of 40 yrs. and quilting buddy passed away Oct. 29 from ovarian cancer. We took a class with Lisa Bongean in July at the Maine Quilt show and learned the colonial knot and I struggled with it. Well, during one of her infusions at the cancer center...she was helping me get that colonial knot imbedded in my memory. Oh how we laughed that day!! I miss her dearly. I am looking forward to trying some SF 101 soon; so far haven't been happy with some recommendations because they make the needle more difficult to run through the wool and fabric. Enjoy your travels and am looking forward to the next video. You have a voice and mannerism that makes you a pleasure to watch and listen to.

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