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Monday, August 27, 2018

#23 Video: The Sister Episode

Meet my sister, Gayle!

Knitting Pipeline on Instagram and YouTube. PrairiePiper on Ravelry.

Knitting, Felted Animals, Quilting

Time Stamps

Knitting is first
6:05    Sewn wool felt animals
15:27 Quilting
40:47 Organizing for quilting and other crafts

We visited my local Quilt shops, Peddler’s Way Quilt Co in Washington IL and The Quilt Corner in Morton IL.


·     Galiano Socks by Tracie Millar

·     Yarn is Mt. Rutsen Studio

·     Odette Hoodie by Carrie Bostick Hoge in Quince & Co Lark. Pomegranate Colorway. Sizes 18 mo and 4 yr.

·     Leaf Top Baby Hat by Susan B Anderson from Kindred Knits with Quince & Co.

Felt Animals

·     Woodland Friends from JoAnn Fabrics
·     Make house/container for them from Sweetly Stitches Handmades by Amy Sinibaldi?

·     Presencia Thread on Craftsy


·     Congratulations to Peddler’s Way Quilt Co in Washington IL! Selected as one of top 10 shops by Better Homes and Gardens Quilt Sampler Magazine!

·     Modern Color Block Quilt
·     Sweetly Stitched Handmades by Amy Sinibaldi.

·     Craftsy Fabric: Boundless is their in-house brand.

·     Quilter’s Dream Batting


·     Pillowcases for practicing sewing.

·     Zig Zag Table Runner from Missouri Star Quilt Co

·     Disappearing 9 Patch Vlogon Knitting Pipeline Channel

·     Stars and Strips from Atkinson Designs

·     Super Easy Hour Glass from MSQC Block Magazine

·     Yellow Brick Road from Atkinson Designs

·     Floating Squares (designer unknown)

·     Big Blocks Big Style by Gudrun Erla

Gayle’s favorite size for a lap or throw quilt is no smaller than 60” x 70”.

·     Labels from Mountain Street Arts

Products and Phone App

·     Robert Kaufmann Quilting Calculator App 
·     Quilting Journal
·     Notebooks for quilt patterns


Tricia said...

I enjoyed seeing you with your sister and seeing all your quilting! The podcast was the perfect viewing this afternoon as I sewed on the binding for a quilt for my grandson. Thank you!

ypsiknitti said...

What a fun episode! Watching you and your sister interact along with the creating you've done was a real treat.

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