ok--it's a picture of the dreaded snowglobe quilt for my daughter. Next goal is to figure out how to post so you can actually see it!
Originally Posted by BuzzinBumble
Apparently I'm not alone in feeling uncertain about how to quilt a One Block Wonder. I'm in the midst of sewing my second one and just love the serendipity and forgiving nature of this style of quilting. The arrangement of the hexagons makes quilting it a puzzler. My first OBW went un-quilted. Inexperienced as i am, I chose to make it with a lovely Ralph Lauren Lakota Paisley, in a suede like fabric, and although it turned out beautiful, the thought of trying to quilt through all that thickness
I had planned to finish up a quilt on the long arm today and maybe even start the cutting for a quilt I'm making for charity--but Mother Nature changed those plans! I walked out for the mail since it was a balmy upper 40's after an ice/snow storm a week ago and when I got close to the house I hit the drive way--literally! That little bit of un-melted ice in the shade sent me splatting on the pavement--hit my elbow,hip and twisted my bad knee and ankle slightly. Could have been so much worst and
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!
Continue to look for dog heads like the moose, esp. a German Shepard.
Looking for a pattern of a German Shepard following similar format as these pics.
Anybody know where I can get one?
This quilt was my grandmothers not sure of its history but I have always liked it. It has a couple places that need repair but still is a nice quilt.
I always liked the back for some reason
Updated 12-26-2013 at 02:52 AM by persistent
Originally Posted by fairydawn
Second one could be the Carolina Lily.
We had the kids and g-boys over last night for Christmas big meal and presents--wish we didn't have to share with in-laws.
And today "read" the paper(with eyes closed) in my jammies until noon! Had a glorious Christmas with family and hope all of you did,too. I'm feeling bad for those families that have lost electricity due to ice in Michigan and other places, know how that is, so really hope that power restored quickly and all of you stay safe.
My daughter and I
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.