In the beginning of November I took a class at Spool of Thread called 3, 2, 1… Quilt! It was a beginner quilting class which was perfect for me because I already know how to sew and work a machine but had never quilted before. I can’t tell all the secrets in a tutorial here, because 1) there are other places online that already do that; and 2) you should take the class at Spool of Thread because our teacher, Jill Weldon, was amazing. However, I will detail my experience learning to quilt.
In the past couple weeks I’ve had the pleasure of visiting many of my favourite (and soon to be fave) local shops. I thought I’d share the goodies with you all as there are some fibre-related products(!!!) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Near the beginning of the summer, I bought a Groupon to Rocky Mountain Soap Company. It cost me $12 for a coupon worth $25. I ended up spending just over $30, which only cost me $20 (including coupon purchase). Here is what I selected: First up is the Mountain Dew Soap. It’s got spearmint and kelp in it. The spearmint smells fantastic Continue Reading »
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