Originally Posted by loisf
I made this little quilt for the new grandson of my work colleague. The back is Minky. I'll make the label when the little guy is born, so I can add his name and date of birth. I'm quite pleased with the results.
Originally Posted by Mari Marike
I used this tutorial: http://www.kickassquiltsupplies.com/Share/taketwo.htm
The finished size is ~152x200 cm
Originally Posted by LyndaOH
Here's one of my latest quilts, which I made for my great niece. She's a real "pink girl", three years old and adorable. It's a very simple pattern, so I went ahead and made a mini version for her stuffed toy "Mousie" (no relation to Mousie here on the board!).
Originally Posted by quilter 1234
This was a fun project. It has a clothesline base with cover in the Laural Burch fabric. I have a wall hanging starting to go with it. quilter 1234
clothes line covered plate
Originally Posted by mary quilting
I made this quilt for my youngest son for Christmas . but just finished it 2 weeks ago. I was inspired by one I saw on the quilt board I don't know who
Originally Posted by MaryKatherine
To keep my hand and machine in top form, I accept a few quilts each month from our guild. Sadly these quilts go to children who are placed in child services because of abuse. So I try to make them a little different or at least fun. The first is an uncut pillow panel and the second is a bright simple scrappy.
Originally Posted by Jane3
This is kinda a cool site for looking at colors and what colors might go with each other:
Originally Posted by petlover
I just read the message about the credit card problem the people had in California. The man who sometimes works on our computers told me that every time I order something on line I need to go to Tools, Internet Options, Content and click on the box Clear SSL State. This will clear all your credit card information off so someone cannot come behind you and hack your card information. He said to do it IMMEDIATELY after you order. This would not have helped these unfortunate people, but might help someone
Originally Posted by hsquiltingmom
I have a question or two. I have noticed that there are several people who sell quilts on etsy. I know my friend sells quilts on etsy along with other things like some pre-cuts and hair bows. I noticed that on the items sold she has been selling the precuts, but none of her quilts, but I have noticed other quilt sellers who have sold quite a few quilts and was wondering what might make the difference. I have thought of making a few and trying to sell them on Etsy, if they
Originally Posted by grannysewer
I made this quilt for a friend's new grandson using KariePatch designs "Three's a Quilt". I put the binding on using Sharon Shamber's tut and it worked out wonderful!