Fiber Tuesday 115

Welcome back to Fiber Tuesday!  How was everyone's week?  We are almost done with the basement!!  I'm so excited, there's a little bit of trim work to do but I should be moving in when you read this.  I've spent the day packing tubs for Paul to carry down the stairs and then I'll unpack.  The big thing now is figuring out what I want upstairs and what I want downstairs.  Plus, I have to figure out what sewing machine I want down there.

Fiber Tuesday Link Party for all fiber crafts

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This week I wrote a blog post for a video I did way back when I started blogging.  Why I didn't do a full blog post back then I'll never know, maybe because I just didn't understand how this all worked.  This week I show you how to measure your machine for an accurate quarter inch and how to mark that on your machine without tearing up the finish.


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Our Top Viewed Link Was:
Gretchen's Clothesline Finishes

Gretchen shared some of her finishes.  I had a hard time picking which one to feature here.  I went with this one because it is the back of the quilt.  THE BACK OF HER QUILT!!!  I think it's great to see the back of a quilt that isn't a solid piece of fabric because no one said it had to be. 


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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About Melissa Shields

Mel is a 30 something year old quilter, attempting to balance her old school roots with today's trends. When not sewing or shopping for a new sewing machine Mel enjoys reading, reality TV, and Nascar.

1 comments:

  1. Thank you for featuring my Christmas quilt. I was just trying to use up odd blocks instead of having them laying around my sewing room. I'll have to do this more often!

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