Kept In Stitches

Confessions of a fabric hoarder


When I started quilting nearly 20 years ago I had the idea that a quilt was created entirely by one person. I’m really not too sure how I came to this conclusion, but I did.  Piecing a top was an enjoyable process and my binding skills were pretty good.  But the quilting…  I struggled many times rolling, stuffing, folding and cramming the quilt under my machine.  I’ve heard the stories and even seen some quilts that were beautifully done on a home machine.  My results never met up to my expectations for the quilting done on my quilts.  Let me say that hand quilting is the exception here.  I now find myself in this quilting journey learning new things constantly and experiencing technology that can take my quilting to its next level.

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