Sometimes we read something, learn something, hear some one speak on a topic that I like to call 'right place, right time'. When I invited Joan Ford on the show 6-10-13 it was at the exact time that my interest in 'taming' my scraps came about. Her way of thinking was at 'ah-ha' moment for me. Joan is back today to talk in more detail about scraps.. something we all have!
Author, fabric designer and quiltmaker Karen Combs creates quilts that are masters of illusion. But easy to do when Karen shows you how! We are going to get some great tips and learn about her newest work today.
I first saw Bonnie Ferguson's adorable designs when her booth was across from mine at market, it's the BEST way to meet new friends! We spend 5 days chatting! Her company is FishSticks Designs and she specializes in children's clothing. The best part is she has boys, so there are loads of adorble boy things to sew! She super helpful sewing tips for us today.
Quiltmaker Dana Bolyard from Old Red Barn is a new author with her first book “Imagine Quilts” with Martingale. She is going to tell us about her book, we are going to talk sewing curves with no pins, and blog tours! x
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downton abbey winner
Magazine 1 went to Sue G. who wrote "I'm loving the costumes- the rich silks, the tiny buttons, all of the beautiful details that our modern clothes don't have. And the jewelry they wear with the clothes. And the hats! And the beautiful outdoor scenes of the English countryside! And Maggie Smith!! I'm a big fan. :)I'm loving the costumes- the rich silks, the tiny buttons, all of the beautiful details that our modern clothes don't have. And the jewelry they wear with the clothes. And the hats! And the beautiful outdoor scenes of the English countryside! And Maggie Smith!! I'm a big fan. :)"
2nd copy to - Jenny D. "When I began watching this show I was fascinated by the two separate worlds existing in the castle. I just couldn't get enough of either world, where they crossed and where they were totally separate. The characters wormed their way into my heart and I never tire of the costuming"
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