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Correct Link

Hey everyone! In the Summer 2018 issue (Issue #36) we provided you with an incorrect link to Laura Coia’s (Show Me How) video on Faux Flange Binding. The correct link is: http://youtu.be/9DGNhbaA-3U Make sure to check it out, as well as all her other fantastic videos on her You Tube Channel – Sew Very Easy! […]

It might just become a(nother) new hobby…

While I was living in Victoria, BC, I fell in love. You will be relieved to know that I did not cheat on my husband. It wasn’t even another man that captured my heart. Rather, I fell head over heels with an elegant older woman who may have once lived in a beautiful medieval German […]

Lessons Learned at a Longarm Rental Session

Last month, I had the opportunity to visit a quilt shop in Victoria – The Cloth Castle – where the wonderful Natasha guided me through quilting my first top on the longarm quilting machine. I have to say, longarm quilting is not as easy as it looks! Or maybe it is for some, but it […]

Going Green in your Sewing Room

It’s coming up to St. Patrick’s Day, and I keep thinking of the word ‘green’. However, I’m not thinking of green as a colour, but rather as a verb – as in ‘going green’. More and more, people are becoming conscious of the environment and are looking for ways to contribute to a healthier earth. […]

Stabilizer Basics

Our February Loose Threads project uses stabilizer to create the machine stitched heart design. Why? If you’ve ever tried to do any decorative stitching on a single layer of fabric before, you may have noticed your fabric puckered and looked terrible. You likely gave up and decided never to do any decorative stitching again! No […]

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