I'm new on here, as of today! I love quilting and recently, I've been interested in learning more about Texas quilts and their makers. My mother passed away in April and we took her "home" to Roxton, Texas for burial. Her mother quilted a lot from about 1905-1955 in that area. I'm not sure this is possible, but how do I trace any quilts that she made?
When she passed away in 1960 in Roxton, all of her quilts and many of her personal home items were taken by
Originally Posted by LucyInTheSky
This is a tutorial on how to make 8 half square triangles (HST) at a time. What’s nice with this method vs the 4 at a time is that on this, the bias is where it’s supposed to be and your final edges are on the straight of grain (since that has messed me up with the 4 at a time method where you sew on the straight of grain and end up with bias edges).
Math: I started with 5” squares and my HSTs were each slightly over 2” (They will ultimately finish at 1.5” in the quilt). You will lose
here is my quilt
I've been working on this quilt most of the year and am so pleased it's finished. Just had to share it.
Originally Posted by BeckySt
I quilted this quilt for client who is donating it to Festival of Trees. The last picture is of the back. I love this fabric and quilt, I freehanded feathers, swirls, and a stipple in the center. Thanks for looking.
Originally Posted by sandilee
3 cans New England Clam Chowder soup
2 cans Cream of Potato soup
1 can Cream of Celery soup
1 can minced or chopped clams
1 qt. half and half
In skillet dump clams, juice and all in about a stick of oleo. (I use less). Saute until clams are a little brown.
Add the remainder of ingredients and put in crock pot.
3 hours on high.
scrape bottom of crock pot when cooking as ingredients like to stick to bottom.
You'll have to forgive me if I sound confused. I am not thinking clearly. Just
looking at everything is more than the mind can take in. We walked up to the
boardwalk two days ago. There are two main road here, Park Avenue and Broadway.
Broadway looked like something from an armageddon movie. Mountains of sand, road
caved in and ponds of water, weird foamy crap blowing. Most of the board walk is
gone as is the sand and the ocean is ... well, the fancy pants condo owners
The good news is we are alive.
Right now my phone is charging but most of the cell towers were knocked out so
reception is very sketchy. Can't really make a call. They take forever to charge
too, so only texts. Sometimes have to stand on top of a
car and turn around to find a signal. So that's why everything is sketchy.
There is no Red Cross, no FEMA. Nothing. There is a curfew from 6am to 7pm
because we heard there was looting. At city hall they