Originally Posted by Roberta
Hope it opens for you and that you enjoy watching.
Originally Posted by TnBecky
I wonder how many husbands would agree with this. LOL.
Originally Posted by ckcowl
It depends on what size 1/2 square triangles you plan to make and what size quilt you plan to make. In the tutorial they use a layer cake - which is 10" squares, so, after making your triangle squares & trimming, squaring them up you probably have 8 1/2" squares ; 8" finished.... So, 20 squares ( 4 across X 5 down) would make it 32" x 40" and takes 20 (10") squares... In a yard of fabric (36" X 42") you can cut 12 (10") squares (3 across X 4 ) so,
I am using SR2 longarm frame with Janome 1600P machine and get skipped stitches (was working fine). Could it be the thread? I'm using star thread , 100% cotton fabric with warm and natural batting. Organ 90/14 DP needle. What would you suggest?
[QUOTE=Doggramma;6857828]Wow that sure is an impressive quilt! Maybe next time you could do the blocks bigger? It would still be heavy, but you'd be done quicker.[/QUO
Great idea Lori but still not making one like this. Thank you for your comments.
A girl I work with came up to me and asked if I was interested in a project. Her son is now 23 and his days of playing in organized sports is over but he has all these jerseys left and instead of throwing them out, she has been saving them. I have quilted before but nothing like this, so when she asked me, with my "I can do anything I set my mind to" attitude, I told her I would. Ive gotten inspired by lots of images online and picked out the backing and batting. I plan on using a lot
'you are a leader both among your friends and in business. Your ideals are high and you should let them lead you, for they will take you far. You are jovial and vivacious, fond of outdoor sports and travel and are well liked by all."
Originally Posted by redbugsullivan
Originally Posted by Rodney
I may have the opportunity to display some at next year's fair in the 4H sewing exhibit. I'm hoping to have a few older ones set up that people can sew with if they want. I'll have to try to get a good variety before then. I'm hoping it works out.
That is exactly what my husband wants to happen. Too many of our young folk dismiss machines that are not push button. Our hope is that real machines, with opportunity, will turn the heads of our youth and increase their creativity
Climax Kate is happily rehomed. Good thing, because my new sewing room is already filling faster than I ever imagined. Tonight, a Domestic White is going to a family so their Granny can teach the kids how to sew. More to do, and less time than I ever imagined.
At least I know what I love and act accordingly. Time is just that, time. My machines wait for me. Somedays, I wish the rest of the world would.