Love this! Made from Riley Blake La Vie Boheme 10" squares plus a coordinating teal, and the Metro Twist pattern from Sew Kind of Wonderful.
Updated Today at 09:40 AM by quiltfabrication
Originally Posted by PaperPrincess
Shibori Dragon comes to mind, but it's a bit out of Seattle
what is pattern name and where can I get it?
Originally Posted by roguequilter
you're having waaayyy too much fun with these beautiful totes! what great use of your incredible quilting skills also! and, i agree, i love the look of the batik covered buttons as used here. how large are the totes? inside pockets?
My DDIL is graduating from LPN schooling and graduation is next month. I wanted to make her something special for the occasion and I came upon this cute little bag. Hope she likes it!
I have been searching he post and there are a lot of post but not finding anything specific to the warmth of batting. Someone suggested adding a layer of flannel. Sounds like it may work. Im wondering if using fleece would be any warmer than traditional batting. I use a walking foot to quilt and have been using Warm and Natural. Great for a summer quilt but not really warm. Any suggestions. Please if you don't mind mention the brand.
Quilter's cotton top and back/poly batting
68" x 82"
I was organizing photos and came across these from 2012 when we were living in West Africa.
Another expat who had taken me under her wing knew a local Ghanian who made her own batiks, she showed us the technique she uses and we got to make our own.
We had a wide array of designs to choose from, to use as wax stamps. These were carved from a hard sponge-like material.
Originally Posted by Florence2015
Every year my former boss (I am now retired) rents a house at SunRiver and
we stay the weekend and visit the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show. 9 of us this year but
only about 3 of us are quilters. Here are some of my favorites quilts (out of
1,000). P.S. No "Men in Quilts" calendar this year (boo hoo).
Originally Posted by paintmejudy
The first one is from a Quiltville's blog pattern, someone posted one earlier and I found the pattern. Thanks for the link, but forgot who posted it. Made a small charity to see how it went, and when I got the hang of it, it went quickly, and am sure anothr one of these quilts will find its way out of the scrap box.
Abouth the second one: Last week recycler posted a quilt that I copied ("copied" is such a nasty word!), but I guess that is what I did, but used larger squares,
Originally Posted by girliegirl
I want to do a quilt for Christmas .... show me yours.....