I love to hand piece and I hand quilt all my quilts. It is SO relaxing.Paulette Doerhoffdoerhoff418@aol.com
I am thrilled to find your site /blog. I, too, do all hand piecing and hand quilting. (I don't own a sewing machine... yet). In fact I am just finishing the quilting on a bear's paw quilt I am making for my daughter, done in navy blue, medium blue, soft blue, and white. Looks really lovely, even though I'm an amateur. I hope to start binding by next week. I was excited to see all your hand pieced feature blocks, and I look forward to taking my time with a cuppa tea, and looking all through them. Thanks for a great site!!Donna Woodhouse, Toronto ON, Canada, email@example.com
I am so excited to find you! I feel breathless and am going to do your handpieced quilt along even though it is long over. :) I am spending this summer at our lake house where we do not have electricity. so hand quilting is certainly in order!
I love your site and the cheerful pieced quilt you have shared. I am going to attempt the hand pieced 6 in blocks and see how it goes. Thank firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your great tutorial. Can't wait to try making this. I have never hand pieced, but the idea appeals to me and your blocks look amazing.
I am so happy to find your site.I hand piece and hand quilt my quilts. I have arthritis.It is very therapeutic and easier for me to manage.I am so glad you are encouraging and teaching.I have actually been looked down upon at a recent quilt show because I mentioned I hand pieced and hand quilted.I was taught by my wonderful grandmother Thank you so much !
I love your site and have been hand piecing & quilting for years. I am a Kentucky quilter and the ones done by hand actually sell for more than the ones done by machine if you are able to part with any. I have restored some really old quilts, all done by hand.
I am so excited to find like-minded quilters like me who enjoy this style of quilting.it is very therapeutic for me and less back breaking! Lol!
HiThis is a nice one.Thanks for sharing this awesome one.The first step in the quilting process is to relax. Keep in mind that just like any craft; quilting requires the individual to master the basic techniques first, then gradually work up to more intricate patterns and stitches that more experienced quilters enjoy.To know more tips about quilting techniques you can visit- quilting techniquesThanksShamim
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