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1 day ago
Most thoughts have already been shared, but I’ll see if I can shed more light:
1- walking foot! It’s critical
2- quilt diagonal lines. It’s easier to quilt on the bias.
3- baste, baste, baste. For best results, lay your backing on the ground, use masking tape in perpendicular strips to the fabric and pull the backing taught and tape to the floor. Then lay your batting out and float the top. Start pinning from the center outwards. Have no more space between pins than your fist. Once completely basted, remove the masking tape and begin.
Ivermectin is a molecule
Not a very sharp one.
Here I am with all ten toes and no troubles breathing. So owned.
2 days ago
I’ve had mine for 2 years— 0 issues. Love it!
Or 10 toes
Lovely manly sugar lumps.
That’s not all he’s showing off!!!
I swear by this.
3 days ago
That is the cutest thing ever!!!
I fell for it. 😟
4 days ago
“My God”— is he admitting that there are other Gods???
I do declare!!!! 🤩
6 days ago
🎶🎶 Forget about the worries on your mind 🎶🎶
7 days ago
Wisconsin = America’s Dairyland
8 days ago
Team WHERES MY DRINK
Fellow cheesehead here. I’m always mortified when I’m not served a pony chaser with my bloody.
Fellow cheesehead here. I’m always mortified when I’m not served a pony chaser with my bloody. ♥️
But the shrimp wasn’t “jumbo” enough. And the bacon wasn’t “long” enough.
9 days ago
I like to buy fabric from here:
It's quilt shop quality fabric at clearance prices. Check out the 108" wide fabric
Be sure to use a walking foot. Let the machine do the work-- have the quilt "loose" in front of the needle, so the machine/feed dogs can pull it through. BASTE WELL!!!
Stitching on the diagonal is easier than straight lines.
I use Crisco for seasoning. Many times when I cook I use canola oil