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Secret Santa

We will have all year to prepare packages for our Secret Santa quilter. Tutorials for gift item ideas will be posted. We can share photos of items we've made or ideas for gifts. Share if there is a fabulous sale going on so we can take advantage of sale prices to purchase gifts. We will fill a medium Priority Mail box with lovely and fun gift items for that special Secret Santa quilter. Come join us!

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Christmas in July Tea Towel Contest

This is where you should post your tea towel photos for the Christmas in July contest. All entries must be submitted no later than July 16. Judging will be July 16-20 via pm to Linda. Winner will be announced July 21 after votes are counted. Good luck everyone! Can't wait to see the photos!!

Mary A. tea towel....

Kathy C. tea towel....

Ginny's tea towel....

Kathy G's tea towels....

Linda's tea towels...

Mary's towel....

Kathy M's tea towel....

Wilma's tea towel....

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Me too!

Started by Kathy Cassidy Jul 15. 0 Replies

I have finished my towel, too.  It was fun to play around with a small project.   I hope I posted this correctly!   Kathy C.…Continue

Finished my towel...

Started by Wilma Schirra-Kays Jul 11. 0 Replies

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Comment by Chris Michelle on September 8, 2017 at 9:51pm

Do you use an e-reader or tablet? What type? Would you use a cover if your SS Pal put one in your box?

Comment by Chris Michelle on September 8, 2017 at 9:43pm

I would love to try a Lucy Boston quilt and like all shapes for EPP. Wish there were more accuquilt dies for these types of projects. Maybe in time....

Comment by Mary Moore on September 8, 2017 at 5:29pm

Dear Secret Santa Sister, If my box is already full, please ignore any of my wishes here.  I know I will super happy with whatever you have done and what is in your budget.

I am a Hexi fanatic recently.  Larger pre-cut papers would be nice.  I have enough rulers if I just behave when I use them.

Comment by Ruth Ann Henderer on September 8, 2017 at 10:40am

Beth North - I just checked out the Quilters Select Rotary Cutter.  It is very expensive.  What makes it so special over the Olfa or Fons and Porter one?  Does it really work that much better?  It looks nice tho.

Comment by Linda Koller on September 8, 2017 at 7:47am

Safe travels, Wilma!

Comment by Wilma Schirra-Kays on September 8, 2017 at 4:22am
You have all been busy. I am doing some EPP hexi's while traveling. Much easier than bringing a quilt along. I love hand turning applique. Have done a couple of Hawaiian style quilts. My eyes are not what they used to be. Have started some wool applique which is definitely easier than needle turning. I have seen some really unique EPP on Pinterest but no time on trip.

Am hoping to find a couple of stores while on our trip, but no luck so far. As for my apron...not happening at this point. Am sure I will have withdrawal pains by end of trip.
Comment by Linda Koller on September 7, 2017 at 10:55pm

I've tried EPP...made 3 pin cushions that I love, but I don't care to do it again...well unless I see a pattern that I can't do without! No Accuquilt, not interested.

Thank you Chris for coming up with these questions and keeping us active.

Is there anyone working on aprons? Or is Mary the only one turning in a photo!?! I have one but it hasn't photographed well.

Comment by Ginny Andersen on September 7, 2017 at 7:32pm

Guess I haven't finished. Not picky about thread- off white/natural in color for most piecing unless it's something dark, then a closer shade of grey to black or navy. Don't need any rulers.A small pressing mat would be great for using right by my machine when I am working strings. A needle book is nice to have all my needles in a handy, findable place. 

 

Comment by Ginny Andersen on September 7, 2017 at 7:26pm

I do different types of applique, depending on the project. Haven't done much English paper piecing, but it fascinates me with it's intricacy. No embroidery machine. I have 2 Olfa cutters- a 45 and a littler one (don't know the size of it). I mostly use the 45. I haven't answered in a while, so I am behind. Hmmm. am I caught up?

Comment by Kathy on September 7, 2017 at 5:04pm

I've made several hexie quilts in different sizes, I enjoy hand sewing and hand embroidery. I don't have and Accuquilt Go, doesn't seem to interest me.

 

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