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Welcome Plain Jane Quilting!

 

Today I’m very pleased to introduce you to my newest sponsor, longarm quilting professional Denae Hansen of Plain Jane Quilting!

Plain Jane Quilting

Denae has been quilting for 11 yrs. She offers both free hand, custom and edge to edge computerized designs for your quilt. Plain Jane Quilting’s prices start at 1 cent per square inch, with a speedy, fast turnaround of one week or less. Based in Utah, you can ship your quilt top to her and she will ship it back when she is finished with the quilting. She offers discount promotions throughout the year, as well.

Plain Jane Quilting

I really love Denae’s website and hope you will take some time to check it out. There’s a lot of great information including some pattern options, some of her portfolio and very detailed pricing information.

Plain Jane Quilting

You can sign up for email notification of promotions at her website www.PlainJaneQuilting.com, follow her on Instagram at instagram.com/plainjanequilting , as well as Facebook at www.Facebook.com/plainjanequilting.utah. Big welcome Plain Jane Quilting!

September 16, 2013   1 Comment

Early weekend fun

It’s only Saturday afternoon and we have been quite busy in the last 24 hours.

Quilting…
Quilting

Organizing…
Organization

Flower girling…
Flower Girl

Phew, I’m exhausted. But I’m hand sewing the Seaside States binding now so hopefully I will have something wonderful to show you by the end of the weekend!

May 8, 2010   No Comments

Twin Quilting

Quilting Twin

I thought I’d share this photo to show that I’m not just lazing around over here. ;-) One thing I’ve learned on this latest project – a twin quilt is bigger than it sounds! I am in the process of quilting it using my fancy new Bernina Stitch Regulator. Which I love by the way. I’m about 1/5th the way done and am hoping between nap time and the weekend, I’ll be binding by Sunday night.

I also had to share this next photo for everyone to see my “cage”. LOL Yep, this is what happens when you want to sew but have an adorable, 8 month old trouble maker crawling everywhere. We have a finished basement which is our playroom and I’ve put my sewing area down there so I can work while the kids play. Kyler loves getting under my sewing table and going straight for the cords! It’s funny because he will crawl up to the gate and cry, it’s almost like he thinks HE’S the one in the cage, not me! I’ve promised myself that after this quilt is done, I will clean up my space and take a proper picture to share. I swear I’m not normally this messy!

Sewing cage

November 13, 2009   10 Comments