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Originally Posted by Bobbielinks
Here's another beauty from Doris. I do wish the pink fabric would have shown better in the pictures. It is a light pink, but much richer than the pictures show. This is a large (107 x 107) quilt. Doris and I chose Hobbs Poly batting to help keep the quilt weight down. Even though I custom quilted this top I was able to quilt from inside the left border all the way across the top to just inside the right border. I used pink thread throught the body of the quilt and was amazed that it did not
Originally Posted by Gladygirl
I saw Eleanor Burns make what she called THE 12 FAN TABLE RUNNER on RFD tv today--have searched all thru her website and can't find the pattern. Does anyone have it or know where to get it? Google didn't bring up anything either so I'm stumped. Wanted to make some for Christmas gifts. Thanks for any help.
Originally Posted by amandasgramma
This is my friend, Marie's, quilt....... isn't it gorgeous. She made it, about 90%, at our quilt retreat. I knew it would be SCRUMPTIOUS! She designed it, machine embroidered the flowers and I quilted. The quilt measures 78 x 99" and those little blocks are 1 1/2" square!!!! The batting is Warm and White and I used Metro Embroidery thread. The quilt is very pastel.....I had to enhance the colors so we could see the quilting.
Originally Posted by Wanabee Quiltin
I took a class in November of 2011 at a LQS. I had bought about 25 FQ's over the years at their sales so I did not have to go and buy anything but the pattern and the black fabric for the centers and the border. It is not difficult to make but you do have to make sure the color choices/fabrics all match with the row ahead and beside it. I did not have anywhere to lay the quilt down comfortably so I really didn't enjoy making it as much as I do others. I took it away with me this past winter
Originally Posted by Caroline in Mo.
I have been out of the loop for awhile,,,what in the heck is a cash register tape quilt??
Originally Posted by justflyingin
I sewed scraps on cash register tape (idea from someone here).
I found the thinner tape here in Poland but then when perusing a Five and Dime type store in downtown Newton, KS, in May when we were in the states, came across some almost 4" wide register tape--no doubt it fits an antique machine that is no longer in usage anymore. I bought all they had, and will use it up this way.
I save my scraps but sometimes the scraps are really in strange shapes and sizes
Originally Posted by donnaree59
I have 2 young girls who come over weekly to learn to quilt. One of them found this picture and would like to try this as her next project. I would like to find the pattern for her if I could so that she can actually learn to go by the patterns and learn as she works. Does anyone know the name and where I could find it? Better yet, does anyone have one they'd like to sell? Thank you.
Originally Posted by skothing
I will be going to Michigan first week in Aug. I will be going to Detroit ,then to Fankenmuth . Any suggestions on quilt shops? Thanks for your help.
Originally Posted by RugosaB
I was just clicking around and found this, with what I thought was a VERY interesting corner. I can usually make anything quilty that I see a pic of, so in case there is anybody else here who can do the same(and wants to), here it is. For all I know, the person who had this on her site may actually be a member here. If so, GOOD JOB!
Originally Posted by Krystyna
This was a fast weekend project a very ill QB friend. The idea was to "cover her with prayer". Each block is embroidered with a different inspirational quote from Scripture. It was put together very simply with stitch in the ditch and at the last minute I decided to add some lace hem tape to break up the white. In the interest of speed, the binding was a fold-over of the backing. I am hoping that one day I'll have time to make a much larger one as a raffle item for my church - perhaps