Monthly Archives: October 2011

Destashification Table Runner – Part 3

The piecing is complete.  Part 1 and Part 2. The colors flow beautifully. Trim the excess foundation fabric(s) to 1″ larger than top. Step 10:  Layers: Now its time to quilt!  First step.  Build a sandwich. The bottom layer is … Continue reading

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Destashification Table Runner Tutorial – Part 2

First strip completed! Repeat sewing and flipping (and ironing) steps from Part 1 to add each subsequent strip. Verify the design is straight by checking after completing each strip that the square point aligns with the crease on the foundation … Continue reading

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Destashification Table Runner – The Tutorial

It’s October. Time for candy corn (best candy ever!) and now that  the costumes are done – time to think about sewing gifts for the holidays. With rotary cutting, straight seaming, foundation piecing, and endless color possibilities, the Destashification Table … Continue reading

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The Temporary Teddy Bear Destash

My Stash is comprised of fabric, yarn, ribbons, buttons, patterns – all things Needle-Artist related.  However, my daughter’s Stash is more universal.  Her largest is probably her stuffed animal collection. Her Teddy Bear collection rivals my yarn Stash in size … Continue reading

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More on the 3-Generation New York Beauty Quilt

I was blessed to receive fabric from my Grandmother’s Stash.  Many were very small pieces – no larger or wider than an an inch!  These precious pieces were safely stored until I found the perfect project.  Last spring I found … Continue reading

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