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So glad you shared that colonial knot. Someone showed me how to make it a longtime ago and I had forgotten! Your Thanksgiving piece is looking good! Hope you have posted a video/picture of the finished project. Happy Trails! 🙂
Could you please tell us what type of sewing machine cabinet/countertop you have for the brand of sewing machine you own?
If you start with pushing a corner through the opening first, you will find it easier. 🙂
Anna I thought this was interesting use of wools. https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/flussdesign
lady makes wool stone rock rugs http://www.dudeiwantthat.com/household/decor/felt-stone-area-rugs.asp
I just sent my request to follow you on Instagram ! My name there is: Denise_macdonald
What do you use to trace the designs on the fusible! Nice dog!
Thank you for that information very much , but I don't know how to Instagram. I know I need to get with the program. But I just never have done it before. I just love watching all the things you do. Iam going to be going to a class this week to learn how to do quilting with the wool and its stitches. Can't wait.
Could someone please tell me how to hash tag. I do not know anything about it. Thank you
I'm a new subscriber and SEW glad I found you! The colonial knot was the first embroidery stitch my grandma taught me at the at of 7 🙂 She actually called it a 'candlewick stitch'.
I so love your sewing room very well thought out. Would like mine that way but just too much in it right now. Sounds like I need to do more craft or quilting. Also what a great wall hanging the give thanks is. Your fabric choice is just spot on. Hope you show it when finished
Hello I am new to your channel and I really enjoyed watching your tips you showed us!
I would love to see what your town looks like with the snow.
Hi Anna, I'm a new sub. Loving the videos from Texas! Thank you for the tips and tricks.
Hello Anna from Heppner,Oregon.I & my late husband , we lived in Sisters in the early 80's, he worked for ODOT up on the Santiam Pass.Just this morning I came upon your videos, love them so very down to earth,thank you.One year I hope to make to the awesome quilt show there in July.I sooo miss Sisters, she has grown up so much. I am so looking forward to seeing more of your videos. Thank you have lots of fun on your road trips.
Thank you for the knot tutorial, just what I needed xx
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