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Monthly Archives: September 2016
Halloween is more than costumes and candy In this modern world we live in it is very easy to become complacent to tradition and merely accept the consumerism that is thrown at us. Do we ever stop to question … Continue reading
What is the Dear Jane Quilt? Jane A. Stickle started creating the quilt during the civil war, completed over 169 blocks in 1863. The sampler quilt comprised of ‘169 square blocks. 4 pieced corner triangles, 52 pieced border triangles and … Continue reading
Today, modern embroidery machines have a hooping or framing system that holds the framed area of fabric taut .This frame moves automatically to create a design from a pre-programmed digital embroidery pattern.This technique is called ‘in the hoop’ machine embroidery. … Continue reading
History of the Dresden Plate Quilt What is the Dresden Plate? The Dresden plate is blocks of fabric appliqued into a radiating petal pattern, representing a beautiful flower. As more representative of a flower rather than a plate there is … Continue reading
Based on true events… Every neighborhood has a house…. different from the rest…… Sweet Pea machine embroidery designs ” Halloween” Collection http://swpea.com/search?q=halloween
Such an odd name to give to a very beautiful quilt design. Our “Drunkard’s Path ” quilt design may have an ugly name but it has a very interesting origin. Ugly name…. important past This quilt like many others … Continue reading