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Apr. 13th, 2016 04:25 pm (UTC)
Nice stuff you're working on! I really like the maze quilting pattern, that's very clever. Interesting info about the invisible thread, thanks for sharing that.

Wagon wheels sound like what we used to get all the time called Pinwheels. :) Yummy!
Apr. 14th, 2016 10:47 am (UTC)

Thanks , am loving the glue baste technique, its ao much fun xx

Apr. 14th, 2016 08:44 pm (UTC)
Oh, the Labyrinth wall hanging is lovely! Well done!

The class sample is very nice. What a great way to learn.

I have had really good luck with Superior's invisible thread both in the top and bottom. It's less plasticky than many of the others I've tried.

ALSO, I don't have dates yet, but my hubby and I are coming to England for a week later this year. Our plan, for now, is mostly staying in London, but he's absolutely amenable for a day in Oxford. I will let you know more when we have dates! My daughter ended up getting the Paris study-abroad trip, but after she talked about London, we decided we needed to go! It will be our first "kids have both moved out" trip together, which is amazing and scary at the same time.
Apr. 15th, 2016 02:56 pm (UTC)

Wow thata fab news , london is great and there is loads to do and see, you really need to go to the harry potter studio tour whilst your here, its jot far drom london. A trip to the dreamibg spires of oxford ia great, am so excited would be great to meet up xxxx very excited for your first hoiladay without kids xx

Apr. 19th, 2016 12:34 pm (UTC)
I love your Labyrinth wall hanging, and the sample for your class is beautiful! That's interesting to hear about the invisible thread. ALl my machines have the thread spool vertical, I didn't know you could sew with them sideways, but then all my machines are really old, lol.

The cookie you describe sounds like what they sell here as a moon pie. It's sandwich that's two soft cookies with a marshallow filling and the whole thing is dipped in chocolate.
Apr. 24th, 2016 10:28 pm (UTC)
The Labyrinth quilt looks amazing... the quilting is really fantastic. (I do feel like I must be the only person who wasn't seen the movie, though.)

Your coneflower turned out really lovely as well. Nice.

I've got one of Wendy Butler Burns other classes and haven't managed to listen to the entire thing. She's got a style that I think I'd be able to handle better in person than I can on the video, which I mention because in the more recent video you talk about her saying 'again' a lot and it's things like that that got under my skin with her. One day I'll try the class again! (Everyone's got verbal ticks, so it annoys me that I'm so annoyed by it, I hear/see the things I say and type all the time, so it's not like I don't have annoying ticks of my own and I shouldn't be so judgy!) I'm glad your class worked for you though! Can't argue with the results at all!
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