I answered a few questions for Jen @ Rosey Little Things recently. She has posted the interview, go check it out! Maybe you had some of the same questions :)
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Amy-congrats on the interview-very well done!
Great Interview! Thanks for the tips – I'm going to turn my maching when I quilt. That makes so much sense because that's how you face the long arm when you use it.
I just got caught up over at the ORB flickr group – I didn't realize I was so far out of the loop. I've been too busy with other things and sort of taking a blogging break. But wow. Now I have to get ready for another one! I think maybe I'll just do a baby quilt size. I'm trying to work with things I have on hand and not buy too much new fabric right now….
Fun interview. Lots of good info.
Looks like I need to learn to quilt. How many times have I said that? But, I do love the flowers AND we're on our way again to Heber tomorrow!
Great interview – I had never thought of turning my sewing machine either – but you are so right…way more room. I am definitely trying it on my next quilt!! Thanks!
Humm had not thought of moving the needle a bit for the accurate seam allowence, good point. I still can't get the free motion quilting down. Nice interview, thanks Amy.
Interview is great. But Im confused ware they starting another quilt along? something about zig zags? i got very confused reading posts on flickr, heck Im not sure how I got to them now. Please unconfuse me?
Great interview Amy!
Great interview Amy. I have never tried turning my machine I definitely will now. The zig zag quilt along looks like a lot of fun.
very cool! I'm off to check it out :)
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