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Saturday, July 30, 2016

#7 Knitting Pipeline Extra

For knitting references please visit the blog posts for Episodes 255 and 256. All projects are in Ravelry where I am Prairie Piper.



Quilting

Peddler's Way Quilt Co, Washington IL

Missouri Star Quilt Company

Block Magazine

4 Patch Star Stars Quilt Tutorial

Disappearing 9 Patch Tutorial

Jera Brandvig Quilt As You Go

Kansas Troubles

Mass Drop

Grace and Peace Quilting (Long Arm Quilting Service)

Welcome Wagon Jelly Roll

Patchwork Loves Embroidery by Gail Pam

6 comments:

Pauline Bushey said...

1. Take an online course from crafty, can play over and over.
2. Call yarn shop & see if anyone knows this stitch.
3. Substitute a different stitch.
Pauline Bushey

Pauline Bushey said...

1. Take an online course from crafty, can play over and over.
2. Call yarn shop & see if anyone knows this stitch.
3. Substitute a different stitch.
Pauline Bushey

Mary Sarah said...

Hi Paula,
Can you substitute cross stitch for the petit point, or maybe embroidery? If you can't and can't find someone to do it, leave it out. Change the date, frame and enjoy. It's beautiful!!

Peggy said...

Hi Paula
I'm inclined to agree with your decision to change the date on your Danish map and call it finished.
Your shawls are so pretty . . . I'm going to ravelry right now so I can see them again.

Trudi said...
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Trudi said...

Paula, This was another wonderful video. Thank you for knitting a bit in the beginning.
I do have a question though. When you block a shawl with picot edging, how do you make the points not blend into the shawl?
Do you use a wire and pins on each point?
Thank you for all you inspiration.
Kind regards, Trudi

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