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  1. Towel aprons

    by , 11-26-2013 at 03:56 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by LivelyLady View Post
    When I was helping a friend sort through his late grandmother's things, we ran across an apron made in the 30s. The fraying end of a towel was cut off and the rest was used for the apron The quilted bib was from a print fabric. What a clever woman!! He gave me the apron and I copied it to make my own. So simple to make and I love having the towel so handy when I'm baking.
    Thanks for looking.
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  2. printed cloth leaders

    by , 11-25-2013 at 02:56 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by nightquilter View Post
    Yesterday I posted a question about cloth leaders for quilting frames, and want to say "thank you" to all who answered my post.I have leaders that I made and have been using them for a year or so.They are well made and strong .My question now is are the printed one worth all the money? I thought this would be a good addition to my hobby, maybe help in loading and saving time by getting everything set straight quicker,but after looking and reading all the reviews I am now thinking will
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  3. How do I bookmark an item I would like to read again?

    by , 11-23-2013 at 06:03 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by annievee View Post
    There are so many items that I would like to read again or use a tutorial. Is there an easy I can track this online instead of printing it?
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  4. Digitizing embroidery

    by , 11-18-2013 at 11:17 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by yorkie luv View Post
    I just bought a Janome embroidery machine MC350E. I'm really enjoying it. I would love to be able to digitize my yorkie photos into embroidery designs for a quilt. Is it difficult to do this and how pricey is the software.
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  5. just made great MEN'S CHRISTMAS GIFT

    by , 11-18-2013 at 11:14 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    couldn't think of a great man's gift, then it hit me!

    I took denim and 2 layers of insulabrite put that between 2 layers of denim,( right side down 2 insulabrite right side up). stitched 1/2" in and then an x cut into the 1/2" seam allowance. I also took the heavy side seam cut it 6" and put a loop in the corner. ran it thru the wash twice,
    all men need a pot holder that's masculine, this was it, I made them 10 x 10 a masculine size. And they're great for the
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  6. Oh My all these different Xmas Trees

    by , 11-18-2013 at 05:45 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by BeckySt View Post
    I longarm quilted all these for a local client the first one is a table runner out of the book Ho Ho Ho Let it Snow, the second is a tree skirt and the last one is a wallhanging and the pattern is called Tall Trim the Tree, it has paper pieced and embroidery ornaments attached to buttons, don't have a picture of tree with both sets on it but might be able to get one tomorrow when I deliver another quilt, the ornaments really make the quilt. I had a lot of fun quilting things, everything is freehand.
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  7. What is your favorite quick & easy quilt pattern???

    by , 11-07-2013 at 08:14 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by TnBecky View Post
    I need to make a few quilts & am tired of the quick ones I make, so I thought I would see what other people like to do in a hurry. Oh they are twin - full size quilts. Thanks & pictures would be nice too.
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