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 on: August 19, 2017 12:01:01 PM 
Started by Helena Puck - Last post by bywilma
Thanks Lindyv321! BeaG Ik heb een behoorlijk fanatieke familie als het op surpises aankomt, maar mijn vriend en ik slaan er het meest in door Wink Ik woon trouwens zelf niet in Groningen kaar in Friesland, in Sneek om precies te zijn! Cheesy

 on: August 19, 2017 11:58:58 AM 
Started by roler - Last post by storerboughtcreations
Nerdly came out great! I love the background you put him on. I will totally be bidding on this! Smiley

 on: August 19, 2017 11:56:28 AM 
Started by kittykill - Last post by bywilma
I made a lot of small(ish) things and now I'm busy making my main craft. I never done this before and I keep adding things so it turns out to be a ton of work. I'm on a camping trip right now and I brought it with me. I hope I will have it finished by the end of our vacation Smiley

 on: August 19, 2017 11:39:32 AM 
Started by Padester - Last post by craftylittlemonkey
I second cleaning and changing the needle, makes so much difference. Also being sure to use the same thread in the top and the bobbin. I think the continuous method of stitching from square to square is a good idea. Are you moving the material with the needle up, back tacking each square then trimming the loose part of the thread? Or are you stitching across the base fabric between squares?

I'm going to have to try this now, I have a lot of fabric crumbs in my fiber "garbage" basket. I'll sort them out and give it a go, we'll see how my sewing machine behaves.

 on: August 19, 2017 11:34:37 AM 
Started by Ludi - Last post by craftylittlemonkey
Another stunning piece! I am still hoping there will be a coffee table book of all your work.  Smiley

That would be amazing.

 on: August 19, 2017 10:55:45 AM 
Started by Acadian Driftwood - Last post by Acadian Driftwood

I tried the flower pounding technique on two cotton handkerchiefs with decent results! It's pretty easy and fun. First collect some flowers and petals (you can also use ferns and other leaves):

Lay them out on your fabric, then tape them down to keep them in place:

If you've got sections of flower uncovered by tape, cover it with a piece of paper or a few sheets of paper towel so you don't transfer the bits with your hammer. And then smash! Try to get as much even coverage as you can over each flower.

Then peel the tape up and gently scrape off leftover bits. Iron the cloth to heat-set the dye.

My first piece was much more subtle, but the pink color didn't transfer well.

I imagine silk or other natural fibers would work well with this technique. I still haven't tried washing them, so I hope they hold up to that. If you try this, I'd love to see your results!

 on: August 19, 2017 10:34:49 AM 
Started by Wildfyre - Last post by Audania1
Another quick post!
Anana also went with me to World Music Festival!
We had some major fun doing yoga and eating a fabulous frozen cheesecake.
Then we met the awesome guys from Magic Giant! They were so much fun and we all sang a capella with Anana after signing the CD I bought.

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 on: August 19, 2017 10:29:25 AM 
Started by Wildfyre - Last post by Audania1
Anana has made it to the lake with us quite a few times and to the pool!

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 on: August 19, 2017 10:12:35 AM 
Started by Padester - Last post by alwaysinmyroom
Yeah...a good cleaning and new needles sometimes helps a lot!  Look forward to seeing your future quilts...it is on my bucket list to do one of these! Grin

 on: August 19, 2017 10:03:47 AM 
Started by jMi - Last post by cinderella55
I usually buy linen from http://www.mylinenfabric.com because they have unique prints for my pouches and bags that I make for Christmas markets. Some shops can be found on Etsy as well.

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