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Le Challenge & Giveaway reminder

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Welcoming in a new "Era" of curves into my sewing!
Le Challenge for August is "Era"

Le Challenge is a monthly challenge
give each month to any crafter!
It is a way a crafter can show
their interpretation on the
subject of the month!

I would love to see knitters, crocheter,
painters, scrapbookers, and designers participate!

Giveaway Notice!
The Flowering Snowball Mini all came in a kit
fromStitch Supply Co
You can enter to win a free one until
September 16th at Midnight!
On that post!

This is how it began!
The curves are much easier to do once
you find what works for you!
For me it was pin in the center
and on both sides that worked the best!
I see more in my future

The "era" of hand quilting has come and gone!
After spending weeks hand quilting a 15" x 15" block,
I see no more hand quilting
anything bigger in my future!
I have new respect for those of you
who can do this skill!

I am linking up with the ladies
(Lucy & Nat)
from

Le Challenge

Stop by and ch…

Flowering Snowball

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While on Instagram one night I found an online shop
to buy some Cotton and Steel
Stitch Supply Co
and it has kits available for making this
15" x 15" "Flowering Snowball" mini quilt for $12.
The kit included the paper templates,
fabric for the front and binding!

Stitch Supply Co. is Ann (owner) dream coming true.
One step at a time on an exciting adventure.
(She also has some other free mini patterns available for download)!

Now, if I can try a new technique
for that cost I am all into it!

This wonderful hobby as we know it
can get quite expensive for a project
and then we find that we cannot
do it properly and quit.
Into the UFO pile,
got any of those my friends!
Sewing curves was not to bad
and I loved the results!

It went from a pile of beautiful
Cotton + Steel
to my
fantastic 15" x 15"
Flowering Snowball Mini Quilt

I am not afraid of curves anymore!
This kit makes it easy to learn! The longest thing has been hand quilting!
But I just don't think I wo…