very nicely done
I love your fabric.
This is a fantastic quilt!
This is a Jenny Beyer pattern and the pieces are each individual.
Go look up that model machine on eBay and that will give you an idea on what you can sell it for. Bernina's are good machines, so you may want to keep it for yourself.
what bernina is it? I have a old one also.. model 1130, the first computer model they made . email@example.com
I don't have the pattern for this quilt but wish I did. It is lovely.
I've been looking for a nice pattern to use for all the ties I have collected. This one is a great way to show off the ties designs. This is one of those 'inspiration' ideas from another quilter. Thank you for sharing - it is one of the 'makes me motivated to get going' posts. p.s. - I have the same question as paoberle - what is your choice for a stabilizer?
Ok..........I found this info online and thought you could use it.
I love how your design maintains the integrity of the ties.
Are the blocks really challenging? My friend got me the book a couple years ago, and it's on my 'to do' list.
How beautiful! I am going to start collecting ties. What are you using for the stabilizer? How big are your squares?
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beautiful! What is the name of the pattern ?
I teach FMQ and I like Quilters Dream Batting. they have all different kinds, but I think their poly/cotton 80/20 would be great. it should not shrink or crinkle. that way you get the feel of cotton and sews like cotton, but is lighter and shouldn't shrink more then 10% if any. if you are using a walking foot, make sure to quilt top to bottom then turn quilt and go bottom to top and repeat till finished. if u FMQ try to use the same format to prevent quilt top and bottom from shifting. if it shifts one way, when you turn it, it will shift back. hope this helps.
why not try Soft and Bright by Warm Co. It is the polyester version and I don't get the crinkles.
type in under the sea quilt pattern on google
I agree with the wiskers and darker nose.
OK, I'm dumb, what is a Dye Cottage? Can you use it for quilting or is it just for relaxation?
What an inspiration. Thanks for the pics.