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Summer Sewing: Party of One Quilt Retreat

Honey, I'm home! I shared a tad the other day about my "party for one" quilt retreat at an undisclosed location (grin). Well, I'm home so now I will backtrack and tell you the rest of the story... Settle in as I ramble on.   Quilt Retreat: Okay, so I stretched it a bit -… Continue reading Summer Sewing: Party of One Quilt Retreat

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Melon Dramatic – A Curved Piecing Challenge with Island Batik

Challenge Accepted One thing I have enjoyed about being an Island Batik Ambassador this year is the creative monthly challenges! This month's theme was Curvacious  Quilts. Originally I had planned on pulling out the Go!Cutter and using my Drunkard's Path die, but realized that really wasn't a challenge since I've made several quilts using both… Continue reading Melon Dramatic – A Curved Piecing Challenge with Island Batik

Curved Piecing Without a bunch of pins
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How to Sew a Drunkard’s Path Without All Those Pins

 Watch Out Curves Ahead Generally when sewing curves for a Drunkard's Path block assembly there are multiple pins involved as you carefully pin all the fullness of the bias curve of the "pie" shape to fit the "L" shape of the units. I'm going to show you an easier way without all those pins! It Only… Continue reading How to Sew a Drunkard’s Path Without All Those Pins