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Monday, June 04, 2012


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I made a siggie quilt for my friends 40th anniversary - I found the hardest part was trying to convince people not to write in the seam allowances! I made copies of all the signature blocks before I sewed them together and put all the pages into an album for the happy couple to read - upright and legible, in most cases!

...and also assembled and quilted a "Quilt for the Cure" quilt some years ago - again the problem of writing in the seam allowance... and the heavy application of charms, glue, paints, etc. mostly things that could not be quilted over nor pressed with an iron.

keep wondering how to prepare dozens of siggie blocks in a way that prevents the participants from signing into the seam allowances.


Interesting show.listening while getting supper ready..then hopefully of to the cutting table after supper!

Barbie K

Great interviews/interviewees!

Barbie K

I have done several signature block swaps and a few gift quilts made with "siggies"...I need to find the time to finish putting some together resulting in finished quilts! (and I am glad my quilts cannot repeat things I've said while constructing them!)

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