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These questions from the inexperienced must seem so DUH to some of you - but here goes. Finished block size is 10". I'm supposed to cut squares 2 7/8", then cut them on the diagonal to make triangles to sew in the corners of my blocks. I have
I suppose we each have our `favourites` I do have a few! Firstly Jamie! Played superbly by Frazer Hines, Jamie and the 2nd Doctor I feel became the finest double-act in the series history! It is a shame many of the episodes from this era are missing as
Ok, here are my choices: THE BEST Ben Chatham Liz Shaw Sarah Jane Smith Adric THE WORST Martha Jones & Amy Pond (joint worst) Mel Ace
I was asked to post a tutorial on applique with felted wool. I just got a magazine.. Better Homes and Gardens American Patchwork & Quilting Oct. 2008 issue and it had a great project to use as an example. You will need a nice flannel for your
I have a 'how to' on my blog for machine applique using dragons like this one. There are two - one on fusible web application and one on stitching. http://quiltaholic.wordpress.com
Hi...a few years ago I purchases a peel and stick face mask (Canadian Tire? Walmart?) It was made of a plasticy fabric....there were pieces for the forehead, cheeks across the nose, and chin...you peeled off the back set the design where you wanted it on