Sunday, January 27, 2019

Still Quilting

How is it possible that over a year has passed since I wrote a blog post?? Although I haven’t been blogging I have still been quilting....well, I took a bit of a break on that as well. I blame renovations, moving and ....well, if that isn’t enough to throw one into a frenzy I don’t know what is. So to get back some motivation I just started playing....and that’s one of my favorite things to do in the quilting world...JUST PLAY!!













All with just one pin!!

Judy Gauthier of Bungalow Quilting has a fabulous tutorial on setting in a full circle without glue and without pins...well just one pin. Not a bunch clipping going on either. I had forgotten all about doing it this way....just what I needed to get myself playing again.







19 comments:

  1. Here's the link to that tutorial you mentioned:
    https://www.bungalowquilting.com/tutorials/sewing-a-set-in-circle-and-how-to-sew-curves/

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  2. Great to see you back in bloggerland - 2018 was a bit of a blogging write-off for me, too. Those circles look intriguing, yet another thing to put on my growing 'to investigate further' list...

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    1. Funny how that happens...seems like once I stopped it was hard to pick it up again.

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  3. Good to 'see' you again!! Thanks for the tip on the tutorial!

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  4. Glad to see you back and here I am just waiting for you!!

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  5. Welcome back!! Renovations and moving are a very good excuse for taking a break! Love the inset circles. I've always used glue with mine, but if there is a better solution...I'm all for it!

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    1. Thanks...I’m always looking for the easiest way...I call it my “lazy gene”.

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  6. Hey, time off is good. Yes, this method is one I had also forgotten about, Thank you for this tutorial link.

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  7. Think lots of us have fallen by the blogging wayside probably due to IG. However a group of us in the UK are planning a bit of a revival so hopefully it can become a habit again.
    Good to see you back.

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    1. I know...there is such an ease in using Instagram.

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  8. I fell away from regular blogging the year my daughter got married ad my priorities were elsewhere. Since then haven't been able to get back into the habit. Glad to see you back and look forward to seeing where your circles take you.

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    1. Hi Anne....I hope I get back to more than once a year lol!!!

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  9. Love the easy of the pattern, but the quilt is awesome with those fabrics! I may do this with some of other fabrics I have! Great choice!

    Riyanna
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  10. nice to hear again from you and many thanks for the link to
    Judy Gauthiers youtube video. Have to try it this way
    Regards from Germany

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