Jewels’ House

Jewels’ House

This is the place we call home.

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Jewels’ Beach House

My dad bought a vacation home by the water, and I’m putting it together, room by room.

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4 thoughts on “Jewels’ House

  1. Dear Jewel, I am the editor of a newspaper and manage its website…we do a home section…would love to run some photos of your trays…and get permission
    we can link back to your site and promote your site in our print edition…can you let me know asap
    we cover the ct shoreline

    sue braden

    • Hi Sue, Thanks very much for your message! I’d be honored, as long as it is trays that I’ve made. I also have some posts that link back to other sources, so if those caught your eye, you would have to follow those links back.
      Thanks! Julie

  2. Jewels…I am trying to make a fleece blanket using your “binding” procedure on L’s super hero blankets post..2014. Big question..how are you joining the strips together? I join using the diagonal method and always run out of strips. Not enough length to go around blanket. Are you joking lengths using a vertical seam maybe 5/8ths wide? Please help..this is my second blanket attempt with binding.1st one I cut strips on bias and thought that was why I ran short. Had to recut strips to 4 in wide in stead of 8″ wide but then my double fold binding was only 2 ” ( 1″ showing on either side of blanket). It worked but really wanted to follow your look..any help?

    • Hi Julie, sorry you’re having trouble with it! Yes, I did join them with straight edges. Because all of the lines are straight without curves, it’s not necessary to have bias binding and I didn’t find the joint too bulky. You could always cut the blankets a little bit smaller or use a bit more binding fabric if it doesn’t seem long enough. Hope third time’s a charm!

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