Tag Archives: Sewfasst

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    Cutting Squares

    Posted on December 21, 2015 by in Blog

    Pin ItThis is one of two baby quilts I made for my grand niece and grand daughter, based on my I Spy quilt pattern, available at Craftsy.  Looks like a lot of triangles doesn’t it?  Not a single triangle is harmed with my Sewfasst® techniques, just squares cut in two different sizes.  Sew and cut, press and sew and cut […]

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    Machine Quilting Quilts

    Posted on October 9, 2014 by in Blog

    Pin ItSpent the last two days quilting the Veteran’s Quilts and thought I would show you how I set up my table for quilting.  If you are a member of the Tehachapi Mountain Quilt Guild, then you will see this in the newsletter, but I am posting it here for those who are not members. If […]

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    Veteran’s Quilts

    Posted on September 11, 2014 by in Blog

    Pin ItThe Comfort Quilts committee of the Tehachapi Mountain Quilter’s Guild makes quilts for children’s hospitals, spousal abuse centers, homes for the elderly, etc.  They have made hundreds of quilts over the years. Our friendship group, which is a part of the guild, has also made quilts that are given to veteran’s hospitals and homes every year. […]

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    Baby Quilts

    Posted on August 22, 2014 by in Blog

    Pin ItI didn’t realize I never posted this baby quilt blog.  I am so behind on my blog, been up to lots of things, taking pictures, but not posting!  Shame on me!   Since we came home from our trip to San Antonio, in May, I worked on this baby quilt for my niece.  Teaching […]

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    More Mystery Quilts

    Posted on April 2, 2014 by in Blog

    Pin ItJust received the following pictures from a quilt group in Surprise, AZ.  They purchased, as a group, my Mountain Mystery Quilt.  and presented it as a Mystery Workshop.  Two ladies are in charge and give them only a few steps at a time to make.  It is so fulfilling to receive the pictures from […]

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    North by Northeast

    Posted on March 21, 2014 by in Blog

    Pin ItSo excited that Electric Quilt has finally perfected a version for MAC!!  Yayyy!  Now I can design a thousand quilts, that I will never make, but it is so much fun! Downloaded it yesterday and here is the first quilt, with an original block. It isn’t that I am new to EQ, just that […]

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    Busy, busy, busy

    Posted on October 17, 2013 by in Blog

    Pin ItI wish I could say that I have been quilting up a storm.  Just busy doing stuff that needs to be done, like cleaning house and entertaining company!  I guess my daughter would say that she and her husband aren’t company, they are family.  When someone comes to visit and stay with us, I […]

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    Mystery Quilt–New Clue

    Posted on May 14, 2013 by in Blog

    Pin It I have been posting the clues for the Mystery Quilt on Craftsy, so they are available for purchase to those of you who would like to try it.  Take a look at previous Mystery Quilts I have concocted.  They have been a lot of fun to create and they all have Sewfasst® Techniques […]

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    Mystery Quilt

    Posted on April 21, 2013 by in Blog

    Pin ItDid you think I had fallen off of the face of the earth? Have been busy with my family, cooking, housework, gardening, helping a friend, some quilting and keeping the Mystery Quilt clues going for my guild.  I have no idea how some bloggers can constantly put new stuff up on their blogs and […]

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    More about Zoe’s Quilt

    Posted on November 27, 2012 by in Blog

    Pin ItThe piecing for Zoe’s Quilt is all done!!  Just wanted to give you a suggestion for piecing a large quilt, do it in sections.  Unfortunately, I don’t have a place to hang it and get a picture of the whole top, without moving furniture.  Once it is quilted I can hang it on a […]

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