Here's a tutorial for binding quilts by machine. Trim the backing and batting even with the edge of the quilt top as you normally would. Cut enough binding strips to go around the quilt. Join the strips end to end with diagonal seams.
Here's a move you probably know and love that'll target the backs of the arms. Stand with your feet hip distance apart. Hold one dumbbell (go for your heavier weight) with both hands, bending the elbows behind your head. Straighten your arms to
Know your town (like the back of your hand) by johnefrench, I like the simple black and white line drawing, and the quirky shape of the map makes it a strong but effective piece which has been ordinarily created
Hand Embroidery: Lettering and Text 2 Tran 'n Thread: The first sample of hand embroidered lettering is on the word “The” at the beginning of my sample sentence (“The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog”). I’m using two strands of DMC cotton and