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Using Stained Glass Texture Whether you want to create the look of fur or a bubbling brook, textures are a must. This is where the different glass companies really shine as...Read more
How to start choosing stained glass and why. When making your own choices, the first thing you need to ask it where is it going. In a window? Does your...Read more
Choosing your own stained glass If you like the choices in my renderings for my patterns but can't get the exact glass here's how to make adaptations. Each color in...Read more
It can be very confusing to figure out what soldering iron to choose. There are so any out there how do you choose the right one. The short answer is...Read more
Welcome to my Christmas Caroling Row Along! First- I need to thank Marian at Seams to be Sew for putting this all together and keeping us on track. I would...Read more
Yes, you can use Steam-a-Seam with wrinkles or if the opposite backing comes off first. Peel whichever backing comes off easiest. (notice that in the photo below the grid backing...Read more
I received a last minute invitation to the Sunbonnet Sue quilt show in Sequim, WA and it was remarkable. I had 2 weeks to get all of my patterns and samples...Read more
It was an incredible experience at the Forks, WA quilt show. And boy did it rain but, that doesn't stop Washingtonians. We had a wonderful turnout and everyone enjoyed their weekend....Read more
Creations that don't make it onto the website.Read more
Sometimes, I get a photo and it's easy to see the pattern I need to make and sometimes I have to think about it for awhile. Of course, some subjects...Read more
I'm so delighted so share with you some of the patterns I've created this month. You guys have kept me busy with all the different ideas and styles but I...Read more
Now that Christmas is over, it's time to do a project for me. But first, I wanted to share some of my finished projects from Christmas time. Here's the beehive...Read more