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More on the Down to Earth Quilt

Making this quilt was different in that I used some batting provided by the Art Inspector which was made in the USA. This batting is very fragile, so I needed to have a flat surface to lay it out, hence … Continue reading

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Down to Earth Quilt

This is my quilt so far.  I have the sections of it pinned to my design wall in my studio. I have done no sewing on it as of yet except for the beige squares.  Any piecing you see was … Continue reading

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Getting Started on My Healthy Art Quilt

With this meter, I can measure the amount of energy used in constructing the “Healthy Art Quilt” I’m making for the Art Inspector.  The Quilt will be shown with the work of four other artists at San Jose City Hall … Continue reading

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Sewing a Binding on my Quilt

Last time I used my longarm machine to do the quilting on my quilt; and this time I switched on my regular sewing machine to add the binding around the edge of the quilt. This is a wonderful Brother electronic … Continue reading

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Less Than a Penny!

With my little Kilowatt meter that the Art Inspector gave me, I measured how much electricity it took to do the quilting on a small quilt. The following video shows me doing last few minutes of the stitching with the … Continue reading

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Therese May: My Recent Experience with the Art Inspector

Recently I had a visit with the Art Inspector (Danielle) and I’d like to share some of the things I learned.  First of all she measured the amount of energy my tools are using.  I’m a quilter, so I have … Continue reading

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