Quiltcast #35 – Productivity Queens


Posted on April 30th, by Amy in podcast, Quiltcast. 1 Comment

Lately April and I have been queens of productivity! Learn more about how we batch our quilts, and get things done in a timely way.

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Batching our quilts keeps our momentum up to meet our deadlines.

Yogo stretches help keep me from getting too tense in the shoulders, while piecing or quilting at the long arm.

 

Top 5  Notions we’ve been using this week ::

Needles

Soakwash Flatter

Thimble

Water Blocker

Template Plastic

Trace ‘n Mark

50mm Lens

Precut Fabrics

Scissors

Rowenta Iron

 

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One thought on “Quiltcast #35 – Productivity Queens

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    Jaye says:

    My husband helped me do the math for this great HST technique: http://artquiltmaker.com/blog/2011/09/jo-morton-triangle-technique/. I made a chart so you can use it for different sizes.

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