Originally Posted by Rhonda
I have decided to try to feed my dog real food instead of dog food. I have read alot about being careful you make up the mineral and vitamins they need.
Right now she still has dog food to eat and I have given her some cooked chicken and cooked ham and hamburger. She is a med to large dog and I am trying to get a handle on what is best for her.
The reason I want to do this is she is getting too fat on dog food and yet she whines all the time for snacks. Since I have
Originally Posted by Bobbielinks
I don't know how Doris does it, but I believe she pieces a new scrap quilt every month. I also know that she intertains family and over night guests quite often, works with her local library, is an active member in her quilt group, plus many things I'm not aware of. And she still brings me a quilt about every month. I wish I had her energy. We chose Hobbs 80/20 batting and a gold thread to quilt feathers, Terry Twist and piano keys, some stippling and SID on her beautiful top. What an inspiration
Originally Posted by Tashana
In the past I basted smaller pieces with Elmes's school glue and it was great. Tonight I basted the entire 80x60 quilt with it. Everything went smoothly (knock on wood) and I am going to leave it to dry overnight. It will be ready for quilting tomorrow. I hope it holds well. I will post my results. Keep your fingers crossed for me.
Originally Posted by debquilts2
I need all your quilting websites because I have to do a quilting website talk at our guild next month.
Originally Posted by kbishburg
After working on this for 3 months, I finished it in time for Rosh HaShana when her majesty honors us with a visit! it is the first quilt I have made that is exclusively my design.
Originally Posted by K.P.
I'm using up some Christmas fabric from the past on this scrappy red and green quilt, now all I need is a cabin in the woods to use it in...fits my king-size bed, hope this post works, have not been successful in the past, but tried to resize the picture, we'll see...wish me luck! Not exactly where I wanted it or the right size but it appears to be here!
Originally Posted by doowopddbop
A traditional block using modern fabrics. I guess that makes it a Modern Dresden. I am still not so sure what makes a quilt "modern". I used Darlene Zimmerman's EZ Dresden ruler to make the petals, then quilted the center using a curved arc - reminds me of a Spirograph game when I was a kid. The background and border quilting just followed the pattern of the fabric. I sure like my new table topper.
Originally Posted by aunt ria
looking for the name of this pattern, tia
Originally Posted by gollytwo
Thanks for the link.
I found just the right pattern for a fabric collection I have.
Originally Posted by homecaregiver
Here is a picture of my long time work in progress quilt using English
paper piecing. Hope you like it and I will be happy when it is done. Still a long way to go.