BERNINA Machines with SILVER BOBBINS have 2 Classes; This class takes you through the basics of your machine from the very start. Learn about the functions and abilities you have with your machine. With Part 1(BO) Basic Operations and Part 2 (SF) Stitch Fun. These classes are also offered as 1 day (BC) Boot Camp class. These classes are Free when you buy a machine at Dave's BERNINA.
Attracting toads is a dream of many gardeners. The toad will clear out insects, slugs, and snails, keeping our gardens beautiful. It?s time to find your TOAD?s that you keep hiding deeper and find the beauty they can bring to you.
Scissors have a history of at least 4000 years. There is a debate on what country invented them first, but for us we are just grateful to the amazing mind that did. We are also grateful for the invention of the grid to create this beautiful quilt.
The first rotary cutter was introduced by the Olfa company in 1979 for garment making, but it was quickly adopted by quilters. Before the invention of the rotary cutter, quilters traced handmade templates of the shapes onto the wrong side of the fabric then added a 1/4-inch seam allowances all around. We are so grateful for this invention as we cut out hundreds of 2 ?? squares.
Some Toads can be dangerous. For these TOAD?s we need to handle them with care and disassemble them and then create a different project with them. This way they will not poison our lives, but bring joy again.
Sayings placed around our home remind us of the important things in our lives! These cute mini wall hangings by Kimberbell are a great way to put such sayings up and be able to change them with the season or occasion.
In 1970 the children's book ?Frog and Toad are Friends? came out and became a classic. These short stories were often humorous and sometimes poignant in teaching us about life and friendships. Celebrate your friendships by showing off all your TOAD?s that became a Prince.
The inventions that keep coming from Machines, pins, cutting, rulers and so much more keep us on our toes and helps make our creative process simpler. Take a look at the blocks you have been creating with the grid and think of how much more work they would have been with out this amazing invention by Ten Sisters.
The ruler was invented in the 16th century and it is used for drawing straight lines and taking measurements. People used a ruler for math, science and artistic (Yep Quilting) purposes. There have been so many types of rulers created to use over time. What is your favorite to cut out the squares for this quilt?
A group of toads is often called a knot. We hope you did not get all tied up in knots while figuring out what TOAD?s to work on. Our hope is that you will feel less crowded with TOAD?s and now enjoy being surrounded by the beauty of success.
Blacksmiths started forging simple flat irons in the late Middle Ages. Plain metal irons were heated by a fire or on a stove. Can you imagine how much longer the pressing would take on this amazing quilt if the iron did not evolve to the modern steam iron?
Have you ever wondered how long sewing threads have been around? Well the answer is almost as long as humans have walked on two legs. The threads we use today have gone through great improvements and our quilt will be well seamed.
Are you jumping for joy when you get a project done that only needed something small to finish? This quarter is for the projects that really should be done but aren't. That way you can jump up and say, Oh TGIF.