I wanted to share another tip with you. I like pinning when I sew. It’s how I learned to sew as a child and it is something that has stuck with me. Do you find that when sewing two pieces together one of the pieces has shifted when you get to the end so that they aren’t even? This problem can be reduced if not eliminated by placing a pin perpendicular to the seam at the end of the fabric and one pin parallel to the seam you are about to sew. It is a simple thing but it makes a difference. Give it a go and see if you don’t agree that it works a treat!
Finally if you like homemade bread try this recipe from a blog titled Simply So Good. No kneading is required and the bread does not have that yeasty taste that homemade breads tend to have. I’ve made the bread several times and each time I add different ingredients. It is super easy and really tasty with a bowl of soup or stew!
Don't forget to visit Quilting Gallery's Show and Tell where you can vote for your favourite hexagon quilt. Mine is "There's a Snail in Grandma's Flower Garden". Voting closes on Monday at 6:00 pm EST.
Until I post again, happy sewing!