Saturday, March 24, 2018

Tips, Tutes, and Tasty Things


Today Sarah has us sharing some little bits of 'help' to quilters as we work on our Hands2Help quilts.  Maybe you have a tip or tuturial or tasty things to share.

TIP:


Develop a good habit of putting away your fabrics after a project.  If you have a 'fabric food' chain, cut those scraps right down into usuable sizes that suit your quilting needs.  AND clear containers - if you see them, you will use them.

TUTE:


I have a few tutorials on my tab, but a quick little project that can be changed up with your own creativity - and scraps - Tissue Cover.

TASTY:


Wow, it's been a long time since I posted a recipe!  And I should compile the ones I have onto a tab.  These are a quick treat or would be fun to have when a bunch of sewing buddies come over - Mini Muffin Pizza

Be sure to check over at Sarah's to see what other's link up.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for all three tips. I'm trying to get better at number 1. But as I really, really hate cutting fabric, that never seems to happen. I only cut so I can sew it back together. Have a great week.

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  2. Great tips. I have a friend who is religious about tip #1. I know myself too well. My scraps would just stack up for processing, and never get processed. I’m afraid I’m a die-hard stuffer, but I’m committed to using more of my scraps when we get home.

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  3. Thanks for the tips, I am not good with scraps either...they are in the one day I will get to them box!! 😆

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  4. It's probably a different recipe but I like to take the mini pizza muffins camping - they travel nice when out hiking. For some reason I never make them for home.

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  5. You have 3 good tips for sure. I'm trying to keep #1 in mind when I'm working with my projects.

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