Originally Posted by Sandygirl
I usually dread making HSTs but I have been wanting to make a certain project. So, searching this board I went! I have used some of the methods discussed but I hate marking! I was inspired by Rhonda's method. For some reason, my brain went to this direction.
It is quick, no marking, little waste and you can make whatever unfinished size of HST you want-need.
Please ask questions if my directions are not clear.
have fun! Now on to my project!
Originally Posted by Murphy1
I took a class from Rami Kim on weaving fabric to make tumbling blocks. I sadly forgot to take pictures of two as they hurriedly were finished wrapped and given as gifts. These are three I made for my sister. She loves purple as you might suspect. One became a pillow, another a large trivet with Insulbrite and batting and the small one, my first, is just a little mug rug.
Originally Posted by Hartllk
Finished this just yesterday. Nothing like being "just in time!" The pattern is "Spring into Christmas" by Marcia Harmening.
Originally Posted by tate_elliott
The last quilt I made was a Diamond Patch and I liked it so much I decided to do another. These go together pretty quickly. This one was just over twelve hours (not all on the same day). It's going to be a Christmas present for a couple I recently met who are having a child in March.
Originally Posted by willferg
I've been on the lookout for free BOMS for both quilting and embroidery, and I haven't seen much. I guess it's a little early yet, but I hope if you find some you'll share links here. Thanks!
Originally Posted by onaemtnest
There were three entries in the MSQ Iron Quilter 2 contest using this pattern, but I have no idea how to find out what the pattern is. I'm sure someone on this fantastic forum will know what it is.
Originally Posted by tapper
I have plans to make some small quilted items, starting in January, 2014. I am hoping to sell some of them at our spring flea markets. I would appreciate your help with suggestions and tips. I do have some ideas but can use more. Mostly, I want to do things that are quick and easy and that will be popular....not trying to make big bucks...just doing it as an experiment and for the experience.
Thanks for your help.