Category Archives: leader-ender

Scrappy bargello donation quilt

When I saw this scrappy bargello by Jane at Sew Create It, I knew I had to make one.  I had been saving 3″ scraps after making and loving my first leader-ender.  It would have been a lot easier to … Continue reading

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More finishes

The leader-ender inspired by the recycled sashing from my aunt’s dogwood quilt has already been turned in at my guild as a community service quilt but I forgot to post the finish.  I rather liked it.  Here are front and … Continue reading

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Dogwood finish and another leader-ender

My aunt’s dogwood applique quilt is completed.  I replaced the sashing, squared all the blocks, removed a big stain and basted the sandwich.  My mom hand quilted it.  She quilted around the blocks in her PCV frame then quilted around … Continue reading

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Some finishes

My first leader-ender is finished.  I like it so much I decided to use it as my couch throw for a while.  It may find another home down the road. The hexagon design save is also finished.  It will be … Continue reading

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My first leader-ender project

I was familiar with Bonnie Hunter’s leader-ender method of sewing scrap pieces together at the ends of stitching lines instead of repeatedly using a little fabric patch that becomes a thread bunny.  But I never had a big desire to … Continue reading

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