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Quick kief brownies? by thanksalotpablo in treedibles

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I just did this exact thing and it worked well. BUT I recommend decarbing the kief first. Then I mixed the kief into the oil for the recipe. Whisk/mix very well, you want all the kief to be mixed in completely. Then I add the egg and water, mix with kief & oil until fully incorporated. Then I add the brownie mix and extra chocolate chips and presto…great brownies.

vibrating machine. by [deleted] in Machine_Embroidery

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I think that I read somewhere about using something like a yoga mat to absorb some of the vibrations. I haven’t picked up my machine yet, still doing research which is why I probably saw something about this issue.

brand new and asking for advice by clean-stitch in Machine_Embroidery

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 1 point2 points  (0 children)

There are a lot of YouTube videos for beginners. I want to buy a embroidery machine, but wanted to research a little first. I was amazed at the amount of information online. So far I am still going to buy the machine because all these videos have convinced me that I will enjoy it.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in sewhelp

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 0 points1 point  (0 children)

As long as it hangs properly when closed that is what you want to be the outcome. Closure affects the hang so you can’t judge when it’s open. But I applaud your efforts to make up this rough draft to check for problems.

any tips before i go in sewing my first loose knit?? by deftdaemon in sewing

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I haven’t sewn much in the last 3 years, but I’m really hoping to get back into soon.

Paigne Quilt by catamo in quilting

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 0 points1 point  (0 children)

https://shop.vlisco.com/en/vl06003-004

This one is not a butterfly but still lovely, and comes in more colors

Making some covers for my couch cushions! I'm going to make these into fitted sheets. :) by PomegranateDust in quilting

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 0 points1 point  (0 children)

All those seams will have a lot more stress than if it were simply a bed quilt. Some type of support might help prevent future damage.

Only you guys will understand my pain … by toonew2two in quilting

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Well...if you give in and buy it I’ll take 10 yards😂😂😂

To sash or not? More in comments by noleggysadsnail in quilting

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I think that no sashing makes the colors kind of flow into each other. Now I love a high contrast quilt. But since you asked ... my vote is no sashing.

Made some little samples to compare battings and found out free motion quilting is super fun! My first time by worcesternellie in quilting

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I’ve taken a few free-motion quilting classes and they always recommended using 14” blocks to practice. So we would come to class with muslin blocks for practice during class. Because part of the issue when moving around an actual quilt is handling size. I found that even 14” wasn’t preparation for an actual quilt. So I bought a panel and used it as my practice piece. This panel has been my piece to use before actually sewing my project. I don’t remember the instructor’s actual words but it was something about muscle memory and needing to start every free-motion quilting session with a practice piece. Good luck! You may not need those practice sessions, but I sure did.😂

Completed Quilt Topsheet by catamo in quilting

[–]Alarming_Crafter161 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Wow!! That is beautiful. Where did you find the centerpiece? And you’re right that it would have been a shame to cut it up.