Tag: Wadding

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In this second installment of The Ultimate Wadding Guide I will be discussing the different materials used in the amazing array of waddings that are available to us. In order to help you decide which material is perfect for your project, I will be looking at the pro’s and con’s of each material, splitting them…

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Well, it is April already! This month I have decided to use the fabric that I made when testing the Twisted Pinwheel Template by ‘Crafty-UK’ for the Product Review. Requirements: Front Fabric with the Twisted Pinwheel design 18″ x 18″                               …

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Wadding – it’s the bit you don’t see, but your choice of wadding for your patchwork project can have a big impact on how it finally looks when quilted and then as it is washed over time. When you have spent hours selecting the fabrics and weeks (or months.. maybe years..) constructing the quilt, it…

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I like using every little last bit of things I have; I find it difficult to throw away the tiniest of scraps, ends of threads, snippets of bondaweb batting and the offcuts of wadding – to mention just a few of my hoarding obsessions. As regards the wadding, I have plans of sewing pieces together…

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On a rather dull and wet Saturday in February, I set of with a car full of ladies to Fremingtom, North Devon. Why you might ask, Well Crosspatch Quilters were hosting a Doughty’s Fabric Roadshow. Crosspatch Quilters have been meeting in North Devon for over 30 years and have around 36 active members at present.…

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Our life in Spain is just what we thought it would be – lots of food and drink in the local Bars and Restaurants.  We especially enjoy having breakfast at our local Bar with a couple of coffees and tostada con tomate (toast with tomato).    Here in rural Spain, near Granada, the Bars serve…