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Thanks for the free pattern and detailed tutorial. love your choice of fabrics! i have one suggestion which would save you time with the ‘marking’: (as seen on several jenny doan tutorials on missouri star quilting company – youtube) instead of marking a centre line and sewing 1/4″ on each side of the mark, just sew a 1/4″ seam on two. Hi everyone! i’m kimber from heirlooms by ashton house blog here to share my first project for the moda bake shop. while trying to jazz up the traditional lemoyne star pattern for a quilt project one day, i came up with this whimsical star pincushion design.. I finished up my pillow for the pillow talk swap. i’m so very excited at how it turned out i just had to share. lots of people were asking how i did the star, so here’s a little tutorial to walk you through it..
Quillow instructions and tutorial: for those of you, who have never had the opportunity to make a quillow, i am including my own version of instructions, and then directions on how to fold it back up into a pillow, again.. Yahoo lifestyle is your source for style, beauty, and wellness, including health, inspiring stories, and the latest fashion trends.. RecibirÁs un e-mail para confirmar tu suscripciÓn. política de privacidad; condiciones de compra.
Over 300 free tatting patterns and projects. welcome to tatting at allcrafts where you can find hundreds of free tatting patterns and projects.. I am piecing a “piano keyboard” in black and ivory and have found that the really narrow strips are best pressed open to reduce bulk and the wider ones (the bottom part of the key) pressed to the side..