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Paul started a great series just before Christmas. He's showing us how to take dead sewing machine and getting back to running in tip top shape. He started with keeping the decals and finish protected.
I rounded up the top ten posts of 2016. There's a little bit of everything in those posts, quilting, sewing, and machines.
Paul moved on to show us how to clean up the inside of the machine. I have to brag on him just a bit here, he's done 10 machines in 2017!
This morning I shared what to do when quilt designs go wrong. I'd like to say that every quilt I've ever sat down to do was perfect but I can't.
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This is from the last link up we did in 2016. This is from Kathy's Quilting Blog. Kathy is an overachiever. She wanted to finish this by June 2017. Congrats!!
And from last week's link up this gorgeous scarf. It looks so warm and toasty. I am in need of a new scarf I might just need to stitch this up for myself.
|One House, Two House, Red House, Blue House|
|Oasis Neck Scarf|
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Now on to the link up. Remember to check out each other and spread the love. It is a party after all!
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