The WWW is so full of information, it would take forever to find anything if it was written work, but
thankfully, all that information is stored digitally in cyber space, so just one or two clicks away and we can access what ever we want, day or night, fully dressed or in our pj's!
Today I found a couple of very helpful videos. One by Mary Hickey. She has a method of creating flying geese that is so fast and accurate, you won't want to create them any other way. Flying Geese
Because I am looking to purchase a long arm machine in the near future, I am starting to look at things like stencils, marking pens, templates and all of the other things that you need for quilting a quilt. Although I have most of these things, I am now looking at them with a different vantage point and am looking at them as road maps for the computerized stitching that I will be using with my new long arm. Here is a video that shows how to use these things on your quilt top. How to mark a quilt top and quilt marking tools
Mary Fons is always has great information. She calls herself a Quilt Geek, that is so funny, but if you watch her, yup, she is! She has a video out that is called Have you heard these 5 myths about quilting? Number 2 blew me away... give it a watch.
I have never done a quilt or project with the quilt as you go method, but since I am going to be traveling this summer with my Kindle, I need to protect it a little better than what I was using. I made my quilted cover in just a matter of about an hour. This video is by Coats & Clark Learn how to make a quilted ipad cover
And lastly, it is spring here in Arizona. The birds are out and the pollen is flying! If you have cats, and it is still below 50 degrees at your house, your cats are probably going knutz not being outside or at least getting to see the birds. Here is a video that will keep them occupied for at least 2 hours, I know it did mine. Movie for cats.
That's all for now,