It didn’t take us long to decide on the destination: We’ll be flying into Honolulu and cruising around the islands of Hawaii aboard the Norwegian Pride in January of 2019.
We don’t have all of the details confirmed yet, but we wanted to let you know about the trip and get a feel for how many of you are interested in joining us.
• Lay the raw edges of the accent strip along this cut edge and pin about every 8″ (flower head pins).
• Lay one long cut edge of the cuff fabric, right sides together with the other raw edges and pin in between the previous pins (ball head pins – I have my reasons for pinning this way and I’ve used different pin heads so you can see the difference).
The following month one of our members came up to me with a handout she’d printed off the internet.
The author was using the same technique I came up with, but was calling it the “hot dog roll” technique. Someone else had come up with the same idea, just a different name! In early December this year, one of my Open Lab students asked if I’d do a refresher demo on the cases, because she wanted to make Christmas gifts.
If you’d like to purchase one the old fashioned way, you can mail me a check and I’ll mail you a book 😀 .
Just email me at Our cruise from Quebec to Boston was so much fun we couldn’t wait to plan our next adventure.
On the way home I began to noodle on this and, since I don’t own a serger, I had to come up with another option.
I harkened back to my days of garment sewing and knew the case itself could be sewn with French Seams.
Here’s what we have so far: As with all of our adventures, the trip will include excursions in each port, cruise projects, pre and post trip gatherings and all the special “quilterly” extras you’ve come to expect from us.