Originally Posted by PaperPrincess
Here are instructions to make a quilt with a single large star. The Star finishes at 48". Borders can be added to enlarge. The photo shows a quilt with 4" borders.
There are 2 star colors and one background.
For a 48" star ONLY (no border or backing, but there will be enough for a scrappy binding):
1 1/8 yard background
3/4 yard star color A
3/4 yard star color B
Originally Posted by Treasureit
I have made my grandsons quilts but I can't think of anything else to make. The girls are easy..I have made Totes, doll clothes, purses, etc. But I am stumped for the fellers! ages are 2-3. Would love to hear and see what you have made.
Originally Posted by Wild8580
My quilt den was needing a good cleaning and some reorganization. I was inspired after reading Bonnie Hunters tutorial on fabric folding and modified to fit my units. Sorry I didn't take before pictures although it was somewhat organized before. I had purchased the storage units from ikea a few years back and all my fabric was in tubs that I could slide in and out. Ikea made shelves for the units, so I bought them and began to sort and re-fold every piece of fabric I owned. I donated unwanted and
Originally Posted by Sue Kitten
I'm always having trouble getting my backing fabric to stay wrinkle free. I have tried pinning the fabric down first, I've tried taping, clamping it to a board & I just can not get rid of the wrinkles after I Pin baste the sandwich together. I have tried repining it again after all pins are in but when I'm guilting all of the darn wrinkes are back again. I have more wrinkles in my project than an 80 year old person. Lol. Any suggestions will be most appreciated.
Originally Posted by gmcsewer
Do any of you know where I can get a free paper pieced alphabet? I want to make one row of my GD T Shirt quilt with her name in it.
Originally Posted by terri bb
i just LOVE this quilt! the pattern is out of a book i bought called "amazingly simple star quilts" and in scrappy colors it turned out fabulous. i sent it off to #1piecemaker to give a whirl quilting it for me. i can't wait to get it back! thanks for looking!
Originally Posted by moonwork42029
My most wonderful darling husband decided I (meaning he wanted to play on one) a long arm. About a year ago he saw one when we got the embroidery machine and has been itching to get one ever since. Well a few weeks ago, they were on sale (Pfaff Grand Quilter 18.8 with Inspira? frame) so he said to "write it up".
We were told we could use thread we had on hand (wrong) and that it was easier to learn free hand than to follow a pattern with the laser. (not for the uncreative
Originally Posted by Prism99
do you have any tips for how to create a personal index? I see quilts I would like to try later, but how do I find them again? So far all I can figure out is to create a Word file with categories such as "children" and then subcategories such as "puppies" and then the file name of the downloaded magazine issue that contains the pattern. What I would really like is to have categories with photos of the quilts.
So far I have subscribed to Quilter's World digital
Originally Posted by callen
The 1st one is of a Carpenter's Star which I made for my sisters 65th birthday.
The 2nd one is of a Hunter's Star which I made for my DD for Christmas 2012.
Hope you like them.
I guess I will have to do the Hunter's Star in a separate post.
Originally Posted by southernmema
I was searching for a pattern for the apron Si "made" on Duck Dynasty for Miss Kay and ran across this. It has a myriad of free patterns plus alot of other info. Check it out. Quilting Inspiration.