Author Archives: debbiewendt

Two Tip Tuesday – “in the style of”

Last week I showed the end tails of some machine applique I was working on.  Now for the front…. I was still in the process of finishing the small purse in the picture.  I spent some time looking for an … Continue reading

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Two Tip Tuesday – Ending Threads

How hot is it by you?  Yep, Summer has arrived!  Will you be inside sewing staying cool or out in the heat gardening or playing?  I’m an inside girl at the moment.  I love the outdoors but bugs LOVE me.  … Continue reading

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Two Tip Tuesday – Hex-a-ma-jig and Gradient Nuance Knots

Since I last wrote, I taught a class at Emma’s Quilt Cupboard in Franklin, MA!  The class was one of my new patterns “Gradient Nuance Knots” and it uses my Hex-a-ma-jig template!  (The pattern will be on my website very … Continue reading

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Two Tip Tuesday – wide “Cuddle” binding

Last week I showed a photo of a quilt I made for my niece’s baby shower.  I am psyched about being a Great Aunt!!  And so happy for them!!  I made two quilts.  Yes, two!  They had both pinned on … Continue reading

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ARGH!

Can a blog get hacked?  Thinking maybe so.  Do NOT open any strange emails looking like they are coming from my blog.  Always check the “from”.  Don’t open them and Delete them!  I would never send you anything like that. … Continue reading

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Two Tip Tuesday – back at it!

I’m back after the brief vacation.  I was an exhibitor at Quilt Market, took a mini vacation, then another 2 trips for family happenings and went to a quilting professional retreat.  Now, here we are!  I’m back on track for … Continue reading

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Two Tip Tuesday – Market Prep

As promised I took a photo of my Half Hexie quilt.  All those miters took some time but I love the result! I’ve been busy quilting several other Hex-a-ma-jig quilts.  These quilts/designs are included in the Hex-a-ma-jig instructions.  One tool, … Continue reading

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