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Sara Gasch
Stay-at-home mom and avid quilter.
Stay-at-home mom and avid quilter.

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Wildlife Panel Free Motion Quilting
Quite a while ago I purchased a dear quilt panel that I absolutely love.  As time went by though I was so incredibly intimidated at the thought of quilting anything with such a beautiful panel because I did not want to deflect from the artistry of the panel...

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Allietare finished and a few more too.
I cannot believe my last post was from January!  I feel like the year has gone by in a flash.. Honestly I have not spent near enough time quilting.  I worked, I lived, I went on vacation but quilting was definitely on the back burner. What I was able to com...

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Allietare Part 2 and Part 3
I am so thankful for this holiday season. Just like for everyone else, it was crazy busy.  I feel like I had no time to be in my sewing room.  When I finally got back to sewing and attempted to use my treadle again, it wouldn't work.  The foot stayed in the...

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Allietare Mystery Part 1, Learning to Sew on my Treadle
Yes it is time for another Bonnie Hunter mystery!  You can link up with us on her site if you want to share! I had every intention of doing Bonnie Hunter's mystery this ye...

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Scrappy Christmas Quilt
I was going through my Christmas fabric and noticed I had some seriously 'ugly' fabric that goes back in time,,,,a long time. I'm not sure if it was my Grandmothers or someone else gifted it but I was challenged to do something with it.  Initially....I hate...

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A Little Zen, Curved Piecing, and a String Quilt too
The Ebb and Flow of Life Isn’t it funny how just when you think you got it figured out life changes again and you are left reevaluating your choices, desires, and potential outcomes? I ended the summer ready to sell, however; I had no time to produce anythi...

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Holiday Table Decorations
All last week I prepared for a community wide sale to raise money for the local Community Hall.  I had three table toppers I wanted to finish and some mug rugs so that I had some small items to include.   My first table runner utilized a combination of holi...

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Scrappy Dresden Plate Quilt
Earlier in the year my local quilt guild brought in a teacher to teach Scrappy Dresden Plates...This class was an absolute blast!  It is such an awesome way to utilize scrap fabric in a fun way.  The possibilities are endless.  I used a black background and...

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String Strip Quilt
Well, I'd love to be able to say I was incredibly productive over the summer.  I did oodles of work, achieved master worker status, but alas...I can't.   I only had one quilt finish to add to my score board this summer,  though; I did work on another that I...

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Elmers Glue Quilt Basting Tutorial
A loooong time ago I became increasingly frustrated with all the ways that existed to baste my larger quilts. I tried pin basting and oh my aching back, not to mention I always, without fail, would have a pucker on the back of my quilt when I had finished q...
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