Ever sewn anything without the least idea of how it will all come together? Only emojis can express how I feel right now! 🤔😛😳🤔
The Dreamcatcher at Dusk Quilt – A Closer Look!
It took me almost seven hours, but I managed to post five short videos that give a closer look at the quilt – on Facebook. This WordPress blog does not permit me to share videos; it says I need to upgrade! Facebook reduces the clarity of the images, I suggest you view them full screen. So you can head straight my Facebook page ‘Patchwork of My Life’. I think you need to ‘like’ my page for that, you can click on the Facebook icon on this page to do it.
If you want to make your own Dreamcatcher quilt, the patterns for all the blocks are available right here, on this blog, for free! Click on this page for the links to the patterns.
Dreamcatcher – Quilting the ‘Border’!
Been There, Done That?
Didn’t anybody tell her?
Didn’t anybody see?
I sit down to sew after more than 100 days, and this is what I do? Why did no one ever tell me, “Right sides together! Always, right sides together! ”
This is, therefore, tagged ‘Piecing Tips’.
A Milestone of Sorts!
I am going to get more than just a bit boastful today! My blog just reached 100000 all-time views from 35000 visitors from around 110 countries, a few of which I barely knew even existed!
When this blog started off four years ago, I did not know if anyone was going to read it. It had no agenda, except a need to share with the world my thoughts and musings and the things I enjoy doing. At that time, that included poetry, painting, embroidery and quilting, in no particular order. I am being told now to make an exclusively quilting blog, but I am not so sure. Agreed, in these years, quilting has taken over much of my life and the blog has come to reflect more and more of this. Yet, it remains to me a medium of sharing with you all that I create – ‘This and That…Some Rhyme, Not All Reason’!
May I thank all of you who visit my blog and stay awhile, perhaps just to look around or download a few patterns which you like! Nothing gives me a greater high than seeing how you interpreted my designs. So, I would love it if you also shared your thoughts with me here and pictures of what you make using these patterns on my facebook page.
So, good morning from India, may you have a wonderful day!
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