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Annette Ornelas
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Clearing older fabrics to start a New Year of Sewing
 Happy New Year Everyone! This is my first blog post for 2017 -- and it is appropriately dealing with fabric and sewing room organization. After the holidays are over, my focus shifts to organizing and preparing for the next year and in my case sewing or mo...

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Quilting the Victorian Table Runner: Guestpost by Kari Schell from On Point Quilter
Hi Everyone, I would like to introduce you to Kari Schell, On Point Quilter, a fellow quilt designer and teacher who has posted a great tutorial on how to quilt the Victorian Table Runner her blog:  On Point Quilter So here it is in Kari's words: Quilting a...

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Alphabet Soup is Going Live tomorrow! - Express yourself with these fun letters.
Welcome to Southwind Inspirations Inspiring Today's Quilters with Dimensional Curves   A whirlwind of creativity is swirling around as our brand-new program A L P H A B E T   S O U P  is getting ready to launch.  Designed for all Quilt Lovers, it is sure to...

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Alphabet Soup - a new block-of-the-week.
Just a few of the letters arranged on a backing of fabric featuring script fabric Alphabet Soup ! Big news:   This year I am rolling out a brand-new program called Alphabet Soup. If
you have been following me you know I like to play with letters and
numbe...

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Tips for Curving Small Curves on the Turtle Tots
My dimensional curves can be made with the smallest pieces:  For example on the turtle
Tots Pattern there are several curves made from 1" folded squares and
there is a little trick to make these curves trouble free. Turtle Tots Use a glue-pen as shown in ...

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Quilt Borders: A how to and also what not to do
Borders have many different functions in quilting First and foremost borders are designed to enhance the quilt.  They often create a balance to the quilt design and help showcase and enhance the quilt blocks.  For many quilters borders are there to make the...

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Quilt Borders: A how to and also what not to do
Borders have many different functions in quilting First and foremost borders are designed to enhance the quilt.  They often create a balance to the quilt design and help showcase and enhance the quilt blocks.  For many quilters borders are there to make the...
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