6 comments on “Share and Tell November 2016

  1. Martha Hopkins on Oct 26, 2016 11:31 pm | Reply

    Back in 1986 I made the first t-shirt quilt as a member of the Charlotte NC Quilters Guild. I wrote a pamphlet on the process. Each square was backed with iron on interfacing to offset the knit stretch. The finished size was for a queen size bed. The center square featured the Boston Marathon. This quilt was featured in the Charlotte Observer Newspaper.

  2. Cherrylmaree on Oct 27, 2016 12:23 am | Reply

    Hi Rosie, I’m with Sharon Henry on the embroidery machine. I love mine and it gives you so many variations to try out. Small designs are perfect for the doll clothes. Teri’s quilt is gorgeous and I think we all understand what she means about being able to try bigger projects after getting confidence with the basics that you so beautifully teach. Thank you for the blog and all the ideas. Happy sewing to everybody.

    • Yes Cherrylmaree my Mum has an embroidery machine and she keeps trying to get me to buy one but I’m afraid that I wouldn’t have time for anything else if I got one :P Thanks for the lovely comments and happy sewing to you too :)

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