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Hunny


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Member Since: 12/11/2010


recent comments

Re: Video: Create a Folding Design Board

Brilliant, BRILLIANT! Judith Neukam, your insights and intriguing ideas are the BEST!!

Re: Two Understitching Techniques

I enjoy stitching by hand and mark exact pick stitch placement points with the Judith Neukam-recommended :) new pens on the market the ink of which is easily removed with the heat of a moderately hot iron. Great addition to any sewer's arsenal!

Re: Instant Fit Check

BBBBrilliant!! What a superb idea! Thank you for sharing your (always) innovative out-of-the-box strategies.

Re: The Kilim Carpet Coat: Installing Shoulder Pads and Facings

Kenneth - Your techniques Always surprise And delight!

Re: Sewing Expert Angela Wolf Answers Your Questions

Oh, Wow! DVDs with BOTH Judith AND Angela! My all-time faves - can't wait :)

Re: Video: How to Bead a Motif Using a Template

What a joy. Judith's voice is so clear and soothing and the video instructions are perfect. I was fascinated by the process when I read the printed article, but I prefer video instructions. Thank you.

Re: How to Create a Notched Tuck

Judith Neukam, My Hero! :)
Love Everything you share with us. Can't wait to try this.

Re: Two Techniques for Edges

GREAT Instructional video! I've been daunted by miters for Years and Years. No More! Also love the shirt hem treatment - no pins, Yay. Thank you, Ms. Howard. Wish your shop was in Monrovia CA.... :)

Re: DVD GIVEAWAY: Threads Magazine Archive, 1985-2011

I love the hard copy Threads magazine - just Love it. While I would delight in having the current CD - invaluable for searching out topics needed for a specific project, I still Love to grab a stack of Threads off the shelf and nestle into my easy chair with my feet up and a cuppa to re-peruse (eh?) earlier issues. The magazine and CD are an unbeatable combination.

Re: Front Edge and Shoulder Pads for Fantasy Fur Jacket

Perfectly enchanting. Love the feathery look of the "hair."

Re: Piece a Binding then Machine Applique it in Place

Elegant, Mary Ray!! And innovative - what a great application for a quilt binding too.