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Friday, August 17, 2012

Join Me on QuiltCam!

I'm tackling that dreadfully boring zig-zag border for my Nearly Completely Insane quilt this evening!

I'm turning on the QuiltCam for about an hour or so, in case you want to grab a project and come sew along with me.

*Note* If it says OFFLINE below -- you missed it! It's live streaming, not a recording, so you can't play it back like re-runs, you'll just have to join us next time!

Wanna join me?

Click Below!



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176 comments:

  1. I'll visit for a couple minutes...but oh my...it's football time...yes, giving you up for a few hours with our hunky Jaguars....you understand, right? LOL

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  2. Hey Bonnie... do you feel like singing the old 80s song... "I always feel like... somebody's watching me!!!"

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  4. yes, bonnie, we have sound!

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  6. Hi Bonnie, it's good to see you - we have sound loud and clear!

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  7. Anonymous8:37 PM EDT

    Yes, Have sound on my laptop in Mississippi.

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  8. yes, you do Bonnie

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  9. Yes, there is sound.

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  10. Sound in the Rhode Island Girl Cave!

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  11. Cause we've been sewing with our screens on waiting for you!
    Look! Over 100 people already! LOL

    Laurie
    Ottawa, ON Canada

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  12. You motivate me to get off my but and cut up some scraps! I made 4 string blocks the other night watching you!

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  13. Working on purple version of Blue Ridge Beauty tonight! Feeling inspired!

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  14. Anonymous8:41 PM EDT

    We have sound here in Baton Rouge, Louisiana!

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  15. OH!!! So we could do an Anniversary Cruise (for the group who came last Aug). hehehe

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  16. Im working on the designing a new quilt with my blockbase and EQ7

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  17. Anonymous8:42 PM EDT

    sound in ohio

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  18. Just turned a spicy spiral table runner right side out, so I've got a lot of finger pressing to do of all those curved edges. About as thrilling as what you're doing, Bonnie!

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  19. Yes, we have sound in Missouri. I am working on my Jubilee quilt blocks from Randy's sow along.

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  20. Anonymous8:46 PM EDT

    what are you sewing on Lisa

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  21. Bonnie, Renea and I will be waiting for more details on that Alaska cruise! We really enjoyed the Caribbean cruise last November (OOPS - do we have to finish the Mai Tai quilt first??)

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    1. Anonymous9:28 PM EDT

      My Mai Tai is finished from the original cruise and it is my fav.....

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  22. Hanging out while dinner is cooking. Someone thinks his dinner is more important that watching you sew. WHAT?? So I guess I'll be the good wife. LOL Later tonight I'll plan to finish the Sow A Long blocks.

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  23. Anonymous8:48 PM EDT

    Your machine sounds so nice & smooth!
    Debbie in Wisconsin

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  24. Now that is my kind of sewing music!!!

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  25. Love the QuiltCam - one day I'll sew with you. Can you tell us again what the big white roll is called? I caught the tail end of it the other night when you mentioned it. Thx :)

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  26. Hi Bonnie! We are going to MISS you on your trip to Bali... you are spoiling us!
    Hey, how do you REALLY feel about what you are sewing?!?! lol
    Funny to hear you go on about a project you don't like. I have so many like that. Good for you for "just doing it!"
    I am SOOOOO excited to hear about your Alaskan cruise! That is the ONLY cruise I ever want to go on!!!~ Love Alaska

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  27. We have sound in the Texas Panhandle.

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  28. Sewing trunks for crabapple trees tonight. Enjoying the show

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  29. Sound in Spokane Washington

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  30. Working on my "My Blue Heaven" quilt we started in Wellsboro, PA. Thanks for getting my hooked on scrap quilting! Just love being able to sew along with you!

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  31. i guess if you can motivate yourself to put those pieces together, i can motivate myself to bind some quilts that have been hanging around for weeks (months)... and yes, we have sound in illinois!

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  32. I've been looking and looking for the quilt pattern you have on your machine in the background. Found something pretty close it today! Can't wait for my Amazon order to come in!

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  33. Anonymous8:52 PM EDT

    Yes, I won first place at the fair ...

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  34. Hello from Maine! It's Friday, what more do we need!

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  35. Just returned from an antique sale and three quilt shops. Tired, so will watch you sew!

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  36. Just tuned in, are you sewing on "Doris" Doris Day is my mentor, I wore my hair like her. What are you making?

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  37. Bonnie - quiltcam is too cool. I'm seeing it for the first time. I agree with you 100% about having enough of the political junk!

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  38. Why dont you put a sign on the giant spool?

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  39. Anonymous8:55 PM EDT

    Amen Sister on the political ads. I don't watch Tv either anymore!!

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  40. Have scraps, will follow!

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  41. I'm in for itty bitty spools. I cheated and made my bow-ties bigger, they were still adorable.

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  42. this would be a first time for me on the leader/ender challenge - count me in.

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  43. Hi Bonnie! It's Maree in Australia! Sitting here having morning coffee, just loaded a quilt ready for a panto!! Nice to say hi!!

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  44. Count me in for 3" spools.

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  45. Smaller's better in my book. those little blocks look so cure, and if we can't stand to make a full-sized quilt, we can always make a wall-hanging.

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  46. Bonnie... can you repeat what you said about the spool along leader enders? Just as you were speaking there was a commercial for something,...I have no idea what it was since it was in spanish!

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  47. Anonymous9:01 PM EDT

    You know you enjoy what you're doing when you can sit in a room all alone and talk to 300 people who cannot answer you and never run out of things to say. I have to say, I'm addicted to your webcast! ha ha

    Trina :)

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  48. Spent the day sewing with my three sisters. Fun to see you tonite. They all commented on my "leader enders"

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  49. For your new followers, can you explain a little more about what leaders and Enders are? I would be willing to sign on to do the blocks if I knew what it involved.

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  50. Anonymous9:02 PM EDT

    Hi Bonnie, I would love to do those 3 inch spools. Thanks to you I already have my 1 1/2 inch squares cut!

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  51. I want your new pretty 57 model...

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  52. Working on the border of a rail fence im making for ds to take to college--glad to have you keeping me company on your quiltcam

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  53. Hey Bonnie... Just a heads up for those who might care... The quilt cam is good to go on iPad and iPhones too

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    1. And I am late to the party tonight... What is the spool challenge I just heard you mention?

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  54. Small spools would be fun! Great to see you tonite. I'm stitching along. This is so much fun. Thanks for letting us in to you world at home.

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  55. Sue from Charleston here...yay, finally caught you on quilt cam. Just wondering, do you mark those squares or are you eyeballing them?

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  56. so.... which quilt are you going to put this green and pink border on? sorry - I'm late arriving to this party!

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  57. YOu keep disappearing!!! The screen goes black :o(

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  58. Anonymous9:08 PM EDT

    Bonnie, pic up he pick with your left hand, gree with te right yo'll eliinate some twisting on your back! nex time try pairing allyour pieces at one time, then se..also would eliminat back twisting Chris in Augusta, GA

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  59. Hi Bonnie.....North East Crazy quilters are sewing up a storm! Some if us working on star struck. Can you please say high to me pauline, melody, and the rest of the ladies

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    1. I'll say hi to you - from Audrey!!

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  60. I've got a 1948 Singer that's locked down. Hopefully I can figure it out, if not, I have to trek it down to Atlanta (2 hours away) to the closest repair guy. Living in the mountains isn't always a good thing.........Cathy

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  61. what kind of longarm do you have?

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  62. Anonymous9:17 PM EDT

    When are you teaching in Orlando/Central Florida?? I am a huge fan and really want to take a class with you!!!!

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  63. Bonnie, I am sewing along with you! I am just starting your scrap user's system. I wonder, how do you handle scraps that are prewashed and then scraps that aren't? Is it ok to use them in the same quilt?

    Molly in Washington

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  64. Just checked on UStream site - It listed "Live Cams with most viewers" and Quiltville was #12 on the page! Got the Ravens on TV and you on my laptop. Enjoy watching.

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  65. Bonnie, I have problems with cramping toes, so I turned the foot pedal of my FW around so I can press the button with my heel, and it works great for me. I have also used my left foot, but the heel works great for me. This is my first time joining this fun!!

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  67. What technique do you use for binding the zig zag border? I tried one method of clipping seams and then pulling the fabric as straight as possible which is supposed to give me the "corner" turn but that isn't working so well so I am having to take the binding off and starting over.

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  68. Hi Bonnie, I'm working on the zigzag border for Midnight Flight, wish I had watched quilt cam first. Pressing the uphills and downhills would have nested better. Oh well next time !

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  69. 350+ current views and 1060+ total views - WOW!!! HI QUILT-Y WORLD!!!

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  70. If she made her quilt by hand - maybe she worked on the border blocks in between the scrappy blocks - to break up the monotony of the border blocks and to break up the "insanity" of the other ones - you know - switching back and forth - I would probably do it that way - ;))

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  71. Love how your machine sounds... It's kind of purring :)

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  72. Bonnie I would love to stay with the party but since my computer and sewing is in 2 different room it's time I put my Celtic Mist music on and get to sewing strips on those tee-shirt blocks. Love this live cam thing!

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  73. Kate in CT9:27 PM EDT

    Bonnie--Love the Quilt Cam, it's just like sitting in the studio with friends to quilt. This is just the best. Still working on My Blue Heaven.

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  74. Hi Bonnie
    Where do you purchase your cheddar fabric and that little black lamp?
    Tonight I have finally got to see you.
    Now indefinitely addicted
    Thanks
    Brenda
    Juststitchin60@yahoo.com

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  75. Are you excited about Bali? Was so close to booking to come myself but it's my sons 17th birthday on Thursday so I thought I should stay home. I will be avidly reading the blog though!

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  76. I like listening to the music too!. Me, I like pandora. You can listen to anyone and mix them all up depending on your mood.

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  77. Anonymous9:30 PM EDT

    Hi Bonnie, It's lovely to have my first view of you at work. I'm in Australia too, I really want to do one of your classes some day. Keep up the excellent work - and sharing! Eddie, Tasmania Australia

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  78. Bonnie, your phone charger, camera cord and laptop should have converters built in, as I discovered when I went to Italy. All of my cords were good for 110-240V, and the only thing I needed was the adaptor for the actual plug. Most convertors have the plug adapter separate, so you can use them like that. Have a great trip!

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  79. You do not need a converter for your apple laptop. The power supply supports both 110v and 220v. All you need is a prong adapter

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  80. I know that Quilt Cam won't be in Bali but do you think it will go on the road with you?

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  81. Several of us,are excited about alaskan cruise....can ya tell us more yet?

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  82. Never a crowd lover, there aren't many people I am willing to go see if it involves crowds or lots of unknown people. Jim Brickman and you were both defiitely worth it - if you ever have a chance to see him, go. I'd quite happily travel to see either of you again!

    Peace and Joy,
    Robin

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  83. Anonymous9:43 PM EDT

    Bonnie, it is amazing to watch you Period!
    Chris in Tacoma WA

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  84. I'm HERE BONNIE!!! LOL!!
    Pictures will be posted! Working on binding...(NOT my favorite!) Creating labels (NOT my favorite!) But I keep getting pulled to my Christmas Goose quilt (from you Goose in the Puddle pattern). Using green and red shirts I found at a garage sale last year

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  85. hi Bonnie, why don't you use thread snips to cut apart your strip piecing? Ramona from Maine

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  86. Bev Gunn@kwiltpharm@aol.com9:49 PM EDT

    Bonnie, just went through K'ville yesterday-bringing my daughter home from Jacksonville! We hit the traffic problem just into Virginia and ended up putting in for the night and got back to Indiana this evening. Dear daughter carried in new Singer (old)machine and asked where I wanted her to put my "JUNK"? They have never been appreciative of my sewing machines-but then, I have only had the kids for 6 years (adopted from Russia in 2006) My miracle family is sure a great way for me to live!

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  87. Anonymous9:50 PM EDT

    Bonnie, my daughter and soldier SIL live in Fairbanks plus Gbaby Bday is AAugust Yeah To Alaska
    Chris in Tacoma

    no Featherweight yet!!

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  88. Brenda R9:51 PM EDT

    How are your legs doing? Any better at all? Have your tried leg support hose? I just love those on my legs when I see. Also you might consider purchasing a new chair or adding more cushion as you might be pinching a nerve or restricting blood flow depending how your sitting and for how long I your chair

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  89. Hi Bonnie,
    Thanks so much for all you do for all of us Bonnie Junkies!! I have not been able to get to my sewing machine since the weekend as I am housebreaking my new puppy and since he is drop dead beautiful I cant seem to keep my eyes off of him. Besides at the rate he will grow he wont be small for long (St.Bernard)
    I recently learned a great tip from a quilting friend that you might be interested in. Sew using your left foot on the pedal so you can use your knee lift with your right without stopping on slowing down. It really helped me improve my production. It will not work on your featherweight but will for your Bernina and Janome!! It takes a bit to get used to but it is second nature for me now. Love the webcam, keep it up it is the next best thing to being there!!

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  90. Hey Bonnie, We want a view of your fabric stash!!!
    Patty in Syracuse

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  91. Anonymous9:54 PM EDT

    I agree, it looks like the slowest way ever to snip apart your units. I just use that thingy they have on the side of most sewing machines. Then again if you're using one of your old "classics" maybe they didn't have that invention yet.

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  92. So you don't draw lines? Do you pin? I think I see a pin there.

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  93. Amy and I are out here listening! Bonnie Groupies that we are! :)

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  94. Bonnie, do you know what ads come across the bottom of the screen--and occasionally take over the whole screen? Or is that randomly determined by Ustream? Just curious...

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  95. I missed the beginning - are your bonus triangles already sewn? How dso you get them to come out the same size - when I do them the seam is always in a different place so the bonus triangles are not equal. Any tips? thanks - Sue K

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  96. Hi Bonnie,
    sewing up a hexagon storm with you here in Melbourne Australia.
    Kerry

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  97. Anonymous10:02 PM EDT

    Bonnie, did you say you are coming to Australia in 2016? I had to check the washing machine and came back just as you said something about Melbourne 2016! Shall make sure I am available! Eddie Tasmania AU

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  98. Tell Amy that soscrappy is glad she came! I was waiting.

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  99. You are telling your story about your sons....mine did the same thing, and they say I ruined them for life. I was laughing my head off as you telling about your trips to the fabric store.

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  100. Oh My Goodness...you sound so different that what I expected!!! Love this Bonnie!

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  101. When you watch on an iPad there are no ads on the screen.

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  102. I Can't wait for Alska!!!! I hope Christy,Lonnie and all my Delta Junction quilters can go too!! Only problem is, I just might not come back to Texas. While you sew, I am workng on 9 patches tonight. Thanks for letting us sew with you! Lee Ann

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  103. Brenda R10:06 PM EDT

    Bonnie
    I'm watching you with my IPhone 4G through Facebook instead of Ustream and there are t any ads here :-)

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  104. This is cool! Love being in your sewing room with you! (btw... it's 5am here :-)
    Hadassah

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  105. About the ads - you can x-out the small ones across the bottom. The full size ads block you totally, but the person watching can pay to upgrade so they won't get ads.

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  106. So what color is the Featherweight?? I missed last night's video.

    Is it a cool one like the one that was ruined?

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  107. Anonymous10:07 PM EDT

    Mona from Melbourne, FL here: Enjoyed sewing along with you tonight. I am making 288 flying geese for a secondary border for my Buffalo Ridge scrappy quilt. I am calling it a night, but will check back in again. I love the quilt cam idea, you might have just started something there. A way to sew with friends.

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  109. Hey Bonnie
    Love hanging out with you. If you tap twice on the,stream pic, it enlarges so the ads go away.
    Safe journey to Bali.
    I will miss your company next week!!!!
    Deb....

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  110. Hi, Bonnie; I don't get any ads across the bottom. I watch the little picture on your blog. I wonder how come I don't get ads. (Don't tell them) LOL
    NancyB in AZ

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  111. Too funny - took a class with George Siciliano today and you just mentioned him!

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  112. If I watch you on my laptop, I get the commercials. But, if I watch you on my iPad, there are no commercials.

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  113. hey bonnie....I am working on a postage stamp quilt while watching you.....I am a flight attendant and would love know how you pack your sewing machine....what maerials do you use to protect it?
    Kevin

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  114. Anonymous10:12 PM EDT

    Love the elevator music duing the intermission. Workin on my red white and blue log cabin, by hand. Thanks for the hand sewing time.. Suzanne in Maine(dump machine)

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  115. I subscribe to the the premium service of Upstream for $4 month and no ads! Cindy B in Little Rock

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  116. Hi, Bonnie, from Greensboro. I really like the idea of the cookie sheet to keep your pieces organized. Great idea. Sherry


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  117. Have you thought of doing a class. One where you tell us what we need and then you demo and help inspire us. I would love that, as I am sure everyone else would.

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  118. Hey Bonnie, it's my birthday, and I am spending part of it with you! Thanks! Tomorrow is DH's birthday, so we are all about happy here in California! Thanks for quilt cam! Kate

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  119. Anonymous10:15 PM EDT

    Hi Bonnie,

    I love John Denver!!!!!! And I'm psyched, I got your new book today!!! My husband already like a few patterns he wants me to make!! I did my quilting this afternoon. The dreaded binding, what's your favorite width for binding strip? Rea from NY

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  120. Hi Bonnie,
    First time here. I love it. How often do you do this?

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  121. Too,Cool!
    I must say that you sound just as I had expected. Great to see you in action, even if it is just ironing at this time.

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  122. Hi, I've got my iPad up and am working on my lap. I finished quilting my scrappy tumbler block top tonight. Enjoy being with you. Like being at a retreat.

    Liz in SC. I Blog at Frogquilter and it is that name cause I collect frogs!

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  123. what kind of iron do you use?
    Gail in Verona

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  124. Darn! Hubby was downloading a Fishing video when you replied to my post and he bogged down the bandwidth. But Andee filled me in via FB. {{psht! fishing!}}

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  125. Brenda R10:20 PM EDT

    Where I the world did you get those HUGE scissors of your wall? Too cute
    I have really been enjoying this as I haven't lived close enough to attend a workshop but now I live in Callahan Florida do maybe I will be able to get into one I just moved from Norman Oklahoma Home of the Tornadoes!!

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  126. Anonymous10:20 PM EDT

    Hey Bonnie , right now I'm Tying 3 quick quilts of 6" novelty blocks for my kids beds at our bungalow. I cleared these novelty fabrics out of my stash as they are from when my kids were babies . They are teenagers now and they think these quilts are so cool . Beth in Cape Breton .

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  127. BONNIE!!!! Im watching you on tv on my ROKU! Tell everyone it is a heidden channel they can add online to their channel que. OMG!

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  128. My laptop will be going with me to my sewing room so I can sew and watch you at the same time... Thanks for all the hints

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  129. I hate that you lost your beloved machine. It is so unfortunate. Had I been your flight attendant, I would have found room for your machine. I work for Southwest Airlines, and I am planning on padding my rollerbag and just packing less. Who needs to go on excursions when I could be sewing in my hotel room! LOL

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  130. Full screen still allowed ads to come to me on my laptop. 8^(

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  131. So glad you are doing the QuiltCam. I'm using Firefox as my browser and haven't noticed an ad. I've noticed sometimes a delay or a little glitch, but never saw an ad and I'm not watching in full screen mode.

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  132. A Roku is a box that attaches to your tv like Apple tv or google tv. I can watch netflix, Hulu and pandora, and other premium and free channels. There are great old movie channels etc. I added Ustream which means no ads. and I can watch you on my tv.

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  133. You are beautiful just the way you are. Don't change a thing....keep on sewing!!!
    Deb

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  134. can you talk about using starch? I see it on your board, but have never really used it (assuming you haven't talked about it already :)

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  135. Hey Bonnie... Can I come be your production assistant? ;) My DH said he knew I was the right one on our first date... He was listening to public radio and I was able to sing along with Nanci, and he decided that made me the right girl for him!

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  136. Enjoying the video, Bonnie. No ads on my iPhone. I can't wait to see your completed quilt.

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  137. A Roku is a media box that you use to stream video such as Netflix or Hulu plus and many others. I am going to look for that hidden channel!

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  138. The ads I see are in French!...Advil Nuit, lol.
    I'm in Canada, knitting socks at the moment.

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  139. since i'm new here and you are so organized i hope you do a quiltcam on that.... and if you've already done it I hope you repeat it

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      I agree..... It's the organization thing!

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  140. Are silverfish attracted to starch? I missed a tiny bit of what you said I think and just wondered! Thanks!

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  141. I worked as an baggage and gate agent for a major (big jets) airlines for 20 years. The best case that I saw was for a frequent traveler that had a powered wheelchair. They had taken a hard sided suit case and lined it with the black foam (like they make cushions or line gun cases with) and cut form fitted cubbies for the machine parts that were so fragile. They make carry on sized firm suitcases, you could do this for your carry-on just in case you do have to gate check your suit case. Even if the gorilla that we have working down stairs loading luggage misses your bag things do shift and it is always that fragile bag on the bottom, Muphy's Law. I would think that the green outdoor cushion foam would work well for your suit case.

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  142. You got it Bonnie! Of course we may run into a lot of naked quilters because their luggage got lost because they checked them while they brought their sewing machines with them as a carry on!

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  143. i think you might have to customize your machine packing system but it should be easy enough. think two large heavy plastic bags, one on each side of machine in the box you are taking it in, then fill with insta foam type product. would form exactly to your machine in two halves because it is in two bags. might have to play with it a bit to get the idea right. just a thought...

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  144. Hi Bonnie. Are sewing machines provided on the cruise? Cynthia in SC

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  145. I Wonder whether the featherweight could fit in a travel camera suitcase. I have an aluminum case with reinforced corners that is filled with pre-cut foam (like little fingers) you just pull out the foam bit to make a snug form that cradles your camera and lenses. I has a good lock and you can literally stand on them as are super sturdy.

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  146. The only ads I am getting are for FABRIC!! so I really don't mind, although they're kinda loud, in which I just push mute. . so as not to wake up my snoring hubby. ;c)

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  147. It's not that I mind seeing the ads, it's the fact that I miss pieces of your transmission when they are on. Just an FYI! But I am really enjoying our time together...all hundreds of us! Happy Sewing!

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  148. I'm using Google Chrome and I noticed that some of the ads are powered by Google!

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  149. I am working on a bucket list quilt called Hawaii Sunset-1845 that Jo over at Jo's Country Junction blog got me going on. (One step at a time) Honestly it is not a quilt I would EVER have attempted if I hadn't discovered I can make amazing quilts one step at a time from you and your mysteries! The only one I haven't done so far is Tobacco Road and it is on my list! Go Packers! SMILE!

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  150. Bonnie,

    I am enjoying sewing along with you. As far as the adds go I only get one about every hour and I use that time to stand up and move.
    Thanks for setting this up.
    Sue
    Upstate NY (70 miles South of Montreal, Canada)

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  151. I love your running commentary have not seen you take any water or anything. Please hydrate.

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  152. Brenda R10:42 PM EDT

    Bonnie
    I used to have to pack Air Force engine parts. We had a way of creating a preformed image of the part and as we packed the part in the box we just inserted the Pre made form inserts. They took a part and covered it with heavy plastic then filled it with foam and then removed the form and cut it into 4 pieces for insertion in a box. How about seeing if UPS or Fed Ex could make you a custom box with a custom foam insert.

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  153. Anonymous10:42 PM EDT

    Hello from Australia... Lunchtime here! Watching you is a lovely way to sit and relax while grabbing a bite to eat... tina in Brisbane

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  154. What fun. I found myself home alone and stumbled upon this. Thanks for the inspiration.I can see I would get much more done doing it in small parts a little at a time!

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  155. Highest viewer count I saw was 427... Gonna miss this while you're cruising'!

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  156. Anonymous10:48 PM EDT

    Hello! I watched for the 1st time on my iPhone!! WOOOOHOOOOO!! Great to finally have seen and hear you. Thanks so much!!!!

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  157. Anonymous10:48 PM EDT

    Lynne In Hawaii...When I came on it was at 417. I saw it at that for a moment a second time too.

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  158. Anonymous10:49 PM EDT


    thank you for your inspiration! DA in CA

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  159. Thanks so much Bonnie, that was so much fun to see you sewing away in your sewing room. I've been trimming up some pieced units started a year or more ago that were just sitting around, your live cam was for me the perfect way to distract me from how boring a job was that I've been putting off doing for far too long!
    Oh and so as people know, I'm using Firefox and have flipped between full screen and small screen, on desktop. Makes no difference, I'm gettings ads, but like you say it pays for the live cam. Fancy being able to piece alongside you whilst I'm all the way over in Australia? Next time its laptop by sewing machine!

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  160. I have enjoyed the company as I sew along. Thanks! I am also inspired to get out my spare machine and take her for a drive since she has been neglected and also my mother's Singer Portable. She is a heavy girl for a portable machine but I learned to sew on her and she needs some time and love too.

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  161. Bonnie,

    I got to watch you tonight for a little while. Thanks for the tips on taking care of vintage machines. At a garage sale they had one for sale in a cabinet for $20 but the wheel would not turn and it seemed locked up. I didn't buy it. Would that have meant it might not work? Barby MH, ARK

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  162. Oh I am so sad because you are probably on air when I am asleep!! If you ever get a sleepless night, please get on the webcam for us girls in the UK!!! It could be an interesting session. LOL!!

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  163. I happened to come across your message about live cam about 10:00 p.m. when I was preparing to go to bed. Instead I joined you and continued to cut fabric while being entertained by you. Thanks for the company. I had accomplished more having another passionate quilter that encouraged me to keep keeping on! It was good to hear you talk and hear your voice. What a neat idea having live cam. I was one who has the advertising interruptions - Oakley products surrounding the Olympics. It is interesting that some had advertising, some didn't and yet some had different products being advertised. Just a tidbit to share - I understand the need to keep costs down. Again, thanks for sharing yourself.

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  164. I had so much fun watching you live. I learned so much. Thank you for sharing your time with everyone.

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  165. Joyce Sullivan8:47 PM EDT

    Bonnie my sister Rita has been watching you on here & got me started. This is so cool that I feel like I'm sewing WITH my sister & you.Thank you so much!!!

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  166. Wow Bonnie! Got 3/4 of a lap quilt bound tonight with you. Thanks and enjoy Bali!

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