Windham Fabrics announces Natalie Barnes as a part of the Fabric Design Family!

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Aurifil Giveaway Announced!!

we're skipping the pics of the random number generator
this grape vine grows along the side fence
it covers both sides of the fence, and runs almost the whole length of the property
it is just beautiful when the sun shines through it
it drops it's leaves in the fall
so it is greatly appreciated during the summer
okay, okay
the recipients of the
Aurifil
threads 
are

Beth said...
I have hand quilted only small projects so far. I don't have a favorite thread yet--frustratingly, I received a beautiful thread as a gift and found it to be lintless and smooth. Now I cannot remember what type it was. Grrr. So I guess I am open to anything, thread-wise.

 Linda said...
Hello,your post is very meaningful.We do only have so many "quilting moments" in our lives.I do a lot of machine quilt projects,but always come back to doing some hand quilting it seems.Just something about doing it and looking at it and give it to others that is special! I do cross stitch,Hardanger and redwork.Use Aurifil threads,sometimes a hoop or the white square thing you use;sometimes I don't use a hoop at all if it is a small project with a firm fabric.

Thanks for sharing!
Susan said...
I am new to hand quilting, and I just completed a small baby bow tie quilt for my fifth grandson who was born in July! I used DMC floss (two strands) and outline quilted the blocks. I enjoy the entire quilt making process from picking the pattern to adding the label. I feel lucky that I enjoy all of the steps! 

Ali said...
Oh that's sweet, too often I rush through to get a project done and don't feel connected (and am ambivalent about it when it does get done). I don't really hand stitch because I do embroidery and I get ENOUGH needle work there, but I've been considering doing a whole cloth quilt with pearl thread soon
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sheepishly, I thot I would remind you of two things
falling under the category of "shameless promotion"
the pics of the fabrics are to remind you
we have an online shop

and please remember to take a look at some of the reviews
and some of the pages
of the book
by 
Martingale
thanks, everyone
I'm pretty proud to be a contributor!!

be.do.create
natalie



2 comments:

Sandra said...

I have this book and some of the patterns are really wonderful.

mascanlon said...

More fabric enabling!