"Vickie, have you used the Mary Ellen Glue Baste It? It comes with a point applicator that allows you to put just a tiny drop where you need it. I use a glue stick by Sewline, too. Smaller glue area then a regular glue stick."
"Tiana, if you use a thin pressing cloth, it will fuse wool. But, the tendency for the fusible to pull loose is there. I find the tiny applique pins (1/2") work well for small pieces. The longer applique pins work for larger pieces. Another tip,…"
"Hello! I have been away from qca for a very long time. Lost my computer, it died, and am now just using my smartphone. Another computer is just not gonna happen. The health of DH (70) has been so bad and the medical bills are pouring in. When you…"
"Riana, there are a number of ways. I use a lot of Heat N Bond Lite. Heavier wools, sometime, don't adhere. Pinning is an option. Gluing works very well, and there is stapling. It really works and does not leave holes. I use the very tiny…"
"Hello Sukochi, welcome to MQP. Hope you enjoy the site. There is a lot to see, many things to inspire, fun groups to join and friends to meet. I understand about making your heart sing. Also makes me smile to look at how a quilt is coming…"
Tell us about yourself—as much or as little as you like.
I have been quilting since 2006. Married 46 years to my best friend. We have an awesome son, he is still a Batchelor at age 35! We live in the north Georgia mountains. I am retired as is the hubs. I have recently begun wool applique and love it as well.
How many quilts have you made?
I lost count a long time ago!
Do you want to make quilts, or simply enjoy them?
I make quilts and give them as gifts. haven't kept one yet.
How long have you been a quilter?
Why do you quilt?
It makes my heart sing....when it's not making me crazy
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Hello Sukochi, welcome to MQP. Hope you enjoy the site. There is a lot to see, many things to inspire, fun groups to join and friends to meet. I understand about making your heart sing. Also makes me smile to look at how a quilt is coming together. Happy Quilting.