Block Sewing Guide for the DBJJ Easter Blessings Table Runner

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Sewing nerd who is absolutely determined to perfect this insanely fun hobby.

5 Responses

  1. Marilyn Morgan says:

    I feel your pain! As always technology is great when it works… I’m having issues processing edited video… about ready to launch the whole thing into outer space…
    We’ll see you in the next go ‘round !!!

  2. Angela says:

    I like that he asked if you were going to sew another….like the first one wasn’t enough! LOL
    We can figure it out from the Christmas table runner video. Thanks for all you teach us. Enjoy your time at the coast.

  3. Katie says:

    Awwww do sorry you had to go through the work only to get frustrated when it didn’t record. Your saavy viewers will be able to figure it out and the DBJzj directions are also available. Tomorrow is another day.

  4. Pamela Rotz says:

    Thank you for all you do for us. You always go above and beyond to make sure we understand how to sew each project. I’ve learned so much and gained so much “I can do it” confidence from watching your videos. You have made it very clear how to put the blocks together in your other videos.

  5. Julie Ann Crookston says:

    Thank you for the instructions and the *alternate* video. Very helpful for lining up the pieces. (Sorry your other camera failed you.) Question about the backing (maybe I missed it in your blog). Did you stitch the block seams to the backing like the DBJJ Instructions suggest? (Steps 106 & 107 in the PDF.) Love your videos. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us all.

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