What you are reading right now is my 250th blog post. Can you believe it? I’m not sure I can. I started writing Tales of a Stitcher in December 2012 and two-and-a-half- years later, I am still stitching and writing. I want to thank all of you for taking this journey with me.
I’ve shared my life in Alaska both in the studio and out with you readers. It has been a amazing experience. Who knows what the next 250th blog posts will be about, but no matter what, I am glad very grateful for you dear readers.
In celebration, I wanted to give you a special thank you, but what? I finally decided that YES, I was crazy enough to do another mailing. Why stop with the oven mitts?
How do you get the handout that shares all I know about machine quilting? Well, you post a feedback comment for me right here. I am interested in what keeps you reading this blog, and how I can do a better job of sharing my world of stitching with you.
Okay, in full disclosure the quilting shown in this post was done with my long arm quilting machine. These handouts are for quilting on a DOMESTIC machine. That said, I started out on a domestic machine, and the hand outs are based on that experience.
THANK YOU dear readers for going along for the ride.