Originally Posted by Charlee
Originally Posted by amandasgramma
I went in and did a google search "Pfaff Grandquilter 1200 reviews"....I found this web page. http://products.howstuffworks.com/pf...ine-review.htm
The Grandquilter has been discontinued.....consider this before buying!! I have a larger Pfaff Grandquilter 18.8 and it seems to be a good workhorse....it does my longarming.
I have the GQ1200...and I like it! Would like to have a larger harp, but this is a
[QUOTE=iluvquiltin;7212602]Does anyone know of places online to sell a stash of fabric? I would appreciate any suggestions.[/QUOTE]
Updated 05-31-2015 at 12:05 PM by iluvquiltin
Originally Posted by PaperPrincess
Here are instructions to make a quilt with a single large star. The Star finishes at 48". Borders can be added to enlarge. The photo shows a quilt with 4" borders.
There are 2 star colors and one background.
For a 48" star ONLY (no border or backing, but there will be enough for a scrappy binding):
1 1/8 yard background
3/4 yard star color A
3/4 yard star color B
From the background
Originally Posted by mom-6
Here's a picture.
I have 2 pieces of fabric, about 1/2 yard each. see photo. I am looking for suggestions of what to do with this fabric. thanks for any help.
Originally Posted by jclinganrey
Giant Scrappy Swoon STEP 6
24 3 ½ HSTs using your SECONDARY and BACKGROUND colors **
24 3 ½ squares of your SECONDARY color**
24 3 ½ squares of your BACKGROUND color**
Sew eight split nine patch block units then sew two units together each matching your secondary colors, creating a flying geese unit. Make four of these units measuring 18 ½ x 9 ½ unfinished.
**(3 ½ unfinished unless using a different size)
Originally Posted by margiepc
I am thinking of buying a featherweight and wondered if there is anything I should be on the lookout for. Any help would be appreciated.
Originally Posted by mea12
I'm wanting to make a king-size quilt for our bed done in ivory/white/soft beiges or even just 2 colors is fine. i have a mix of fat-quarters in those shades. I don't mind SOME piecing but less is more when working w/ this much fabric. I know bc I made one a couple of years ago. Something chic/classy ...but fast and easy!! Thoughts?
My granddaughter wants a chevron quilt for her graduation. I am having problems deciding what size squares to start with. I don't want them real little and she doesn't want it giant size either. What would you recommend?
Quilters' cottons, top and back/poly batting
68" x 80"