Originally Posted by soccertxi
I had a request for more info on this process. I did not purchase a pattern for this. I saw it on a blog and asked if I could use the idea. (a long time ago!) You could use this method with t-shirts or regular fabric. Contrast is very important to maintain the 'shadow'. The shadow should be dark and the background/sashing should be much lighter. The recipent of this quilt requested no white as there were pets in the house.
You can use all the
Originally Posted by Stepney
Love this! Thank you so much for posting this. It's perfect for my 2 puggies....not so much for my Great Pyreneese LOL
Originally Posted by carslo
I tried this method as I was looking for a more economical method of basting similar to using 505.
Elmer's Washable School by the gallon is $14.00 - cheap I should be able to do at least 18 quilts with a gallon of glue vs 505 in the red can $13.00 a can and I can get maybe 3 quilts per can.
Read on and see if this method is for you.
First, I put my Warm and Natural Batting in the dryer for a bit to try and soften the wrinkles. The I spread it out on my ping pong table (we
Originally Posted by SuperiorThreads
For all you Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunts, and everyone , there's a really cute Necktie Onesie tutorial on the Superior Threads website. A video tutorial with a free pattern to make a cute outfit for a baby.