Originally Posted by Kitsie
I believe I've shown some of the left triangles before, but this week I did triangles 5, 6 & 7. The tri's are not my favorite thing, especially when I try to use a striped fabric as in L7. Funny how it can look "OK" on the table, but when you take a picture - oh, yuck, so crooked! However, because it will be lying on its side it is not so noticeable!
Time to start Row G! (Just for a break!)
Thanks for following my journey!
Hello fellow quilters. I am new to this site.
My maternal grandmother taught me to quilt. She was an award winning quilter. Not a summer fair went by without one of her quilts taking a ribbon!
I like to make serviceable quilts. String quilts are my absolute favorite because they make up fast, are very durable and I can use bits and pieces.
Here is a quilt top I've just finished. If The Man of the house can get the sewing machine FIXED (grrrr) I'll get it completely finished this
Originally Posted by aunt ria
looking for the name of this pattern, tia
Originally Posted by Lynn4
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First blog post. Hmm....
I will begin with... WTH was I thinking when I took on this rag quilt project?! One snafu after another, and wow.... Hoping to finish it in the next day or so (even though the "pattern" claimed I could make it in ONE day!)
As chilly as it is today, though, Im wishing it was already done!!!
I feel like the Little Engine that Could!
Originally Posted by carolaug
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHZKH...feature=relmfu - its a free sample of a crafty class...no sign up...you can view but I get no sound..but it was still interesting. Maybe some day I will use mine.
I found out yesterday that a friend of mine willneed to have treatments for cancer staring Monday. Dr told her that she need to shave her hair off. She has been fitted for a wig for her head, however, they told her that she should not wear the wig around open flames and while she is cooking at the stove. They don't have the $$ for a real hair wig so she has the one that isn't. I talked with her about head wraps and she said that she would like to try one. So I have been looking for a free pattern
I bought a panel.Very beautiful. Has a scenery of closeups and far off picture. My problem...I want to turn it into an attic window picture. How can I practice without cutting my panel?This is my first attempt and I am afraid I may ruin it Where do I begin?....
Thanks from Teresa in North Carolina
I am really new with quilting though I have made several - mostly by putting material together and calling it a quilt! However, I am trying to quilt using a few rules and patterns and recently decided I needed to add another new step to finish my quilts with a Longarm. SO - purchased a Tin Lizzie Ansley and don't know if I put the leaders on correctly. I am getting ready to install a new product called Red Snappers -an acquaintance who went to Pudacah Quilt Show thought I had to have....but want
Originally Posted by gollytwo
Thanks for the link.
I found just the right pattern for a fabric collection I have.