Brilliant idea! My meandering stinks. lol I get smaller and smaller then stuck and frustrated. Hopefully this will help me get some projects done. THANKS!!!!
I have been having the same problems as you. This idea really turned the light on. I will use this thank you
Your scrappy quilts are so well done they look like magazine photos. Truly beautiful quilts!
I must admit I like "controlled" scrappy, like yours. Love them both, the orange colors are striking!
That was a great video, showing how easy to do the Irish Chain. I sure would like to know what kind of iron she had as she didn't have to sit it up, it just raised off the fabric.
Hooray for woman power.
Beautiful fabric and definately beautiful piecing. Thanks for showing us your fabric.
Thanks for the very informative blog. This is a lot of very good information.
I f you use linseed oil ,do not wad up the rags as they will flame, I had a painting teacher said she demonstraited on a stage once and had no where to throe the arag so she put it in her purse and it satred to smoke later . L refinished a piece of furniture in hot summertime and used linseed oil and put my rags on a old cookie sheet and put in trash barrel and a hour lated it was on fire. MY son came home and used garden hose to put it out.
For some unknown reason to me, I can't access the VSMS site.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
I can only access QB and the above comment.
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Thanks for the help. I bought a Rotary treadle a couple of weeks ago and haven't found much on the Internet about them. Maybe it there and I just don't know how to find it. Anyway, now I know I am threading it correctly. I can't get it to pick up the bobbin thread though.