Looking for ideas for storing, organizing our acrylic quilting templates, mats, rulers, etc. How do you keep them organized?
When I googled lego quilt I saw a quilt which sent me to this site. It is lego shapes inside individual shelves. I wonder who made this quilt and if they were willing to share how to make the blocks which seem to also have shadows to make the lego 'knobs' look elevated. thanks.
I went into Sierra Sewing in Reno--Lovely store. I complemented the clerk on a pinwheel quilt on the wall. She said it was hers, and would I be interested in a class? I said yes, but it was on a Tuesday, so that was a wash, but I did say I would be interested making it up and in getting the book, which happened to be out of stock. Anyway, I came in later for the book. Just yesterday, two months later, I get a call saying that she had made up a kit for me. I had gotten other material in the
Originally Posted by pollyjvan9
I have been reorganizing my quilting and sewing supplies and let me tell you, this is harder and more time consuming than moving. 1. empty room 2. paint room 3. build shelves, etc. 4. hang batting 5. empty closet 6. start moving fabric ... 1 re-sort and refold fabric 2. cull fabrics and donate ... 1. start moving fabric again 2. decide how to sort 3. spend hours (days) moving fabric. Of course, I also had to empty two closets in the den so that I could move the stuff out of the sewing room closet,
Originally Posted by koko
I love the quilts with HST's but mine never seem to come out exact - is there a foolproof way of getting them accurate without too much extra effort?