26 Apr – The Splendid Sampler™ sew-a-long

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It’s a piecing kind of week!


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Jackie Kunkel’s tip “…. always buy at least 1/2 yard, if you really like it buy 1 yard, but if you adore it… buy the bolt!!!”

Roseann Kermes’ Tip for Working with small Pieces  – “With small blocks, it’s easy to misplace the pieces or put them in the wrong order. Place them on a small cutting mat, building the block as you cut the pieces. Move the mat to your sewing machine, then stitch the block together in an order that makes sense to you.  Put the units in their correct positions after they are pressed until you’ve completed it. I use a 12″ rotating mat by OLFA. I can trim dog ears at my machine with a small cutter and ruler. I use the lines on the mat to make sure my units are square and the right size,  too.”

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