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April Showers Bring May Flowers

They do! We had fun with our April umbrellas line design which looked so cute with the little kitties in the rain. This quirky retro fabric from Lecien provided the perfect canvas to practice the umbrella shape, outlining, extending and then going on to draw our own. We used a particularly lovely cone of Fantastico …

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Juki MO2000 QVP Favourite Features

The MO2000 QVP is JUKI’s new top of the line overlock machine.  JUKI is famous for its overlockers. New features make this the easiest overlocker ever! It’s brilliant for dressmaking and curtains. I use it for edging my quilting samples and tidying up my quilt edges prior to binding. Here are my favourite features: Whoosh button air …

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Tea Cup Applique – Tea is Always a Good Idea

Tools and Materials JUKI DX7 sewing machine Tea cup shape in the right size for your project Plain template plastic – easily available online fabrics for tea cups Very fine Vilene – Easy Fuse Ultra Soft Light H180 Thread for machine applique Tea is always a good idea. Celebrate tea with this raw edge applique …

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JUKI TL-2200QVP Mini – Lockstitch Sewing Machine Favourite Features

The JUKI TL 2200QVP Mini is the upgrade to the classic TL98P lockstitch sewing machine. The P stands for perfection and Perfection is hard to beat! The NEW JUKI TL 2200QVP Mini keeps all the features that we love in the TL 98P Classic and adds a few more. There’s a new additional sub tensioning …

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Juki TL-2200 QVP Longarm Favourite Features

Beautiful Stitching The stitch regulator has 4 modes: Manual – allows you to hand guide the machine completely Cruise control – sets a minimum speed. it is part Regulated and part manual. Precise – designed for detail work Baste – well just like it says, made for basting. Once the quilt is basted it can be quilted sitting at …

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The Red Thread – A Japanese Folk Tale

Everyone’s little finger is tied to an invisible red thread, according to an ancient Japanese legend. The red thread will lead us to another person; someone we are destined to meet and make history with. For the Japanese, human relationships are guided by a red thread that the gods tie to the little fingers of …