Materials 1 fat quarter (18” by 22”)
1 snap, 1 button
Cut: 2 pieces (A) 6 1/2” by 15” This is the lining and backing ( or you can use 2 different fabrics)
2 pieces (B) 4 ½” by 6 ½” pockets
1 piece batting 6 ½” by 15”
Turn and press ¼” of one long edge of each pocket (B). Topstitch close to edge.
Place lining (A) vertically
Originally Posted by DJ
Originally Posted by mscupid804
OMG! Look at the beautiful DQ I just got from Quiltymom! Isn't it gorgeous?! LOVE LOVE LOVE it Sue! Thank you so much! And I got an extra present....lookie.....
Originally Posted by ZugZug
I found this quilt at a local quilt shop. I love the sashing that was used, however the shop said that they have no clue who made it or what it is called since the quilt was a donation. They were very kind about allowing me to take a picture so I was wondering if you lovely people could help me out. I can always pull out the graph paper and do the lay out myself, but I figure if someone happens to know the name or a source for it already in pattern form, that would save me some frustrations And
Well, she is now clean and oiled. The cabinet is in great condition, so all I did was oil it. She is a 1917 Singer Red Eye model 66-1. Motorized by my dad, and will take a little time and effort to track down the missing parts of the treadle frame. Anyway, here she is.
Her name is Lydia.
Updated 04-26-2012 at 10:03 PM by Krisb
(Picture was too big)
Originally Posted by clsurz
While trying to track down a free pattern this morning for a friend I came across this link which may be of interest to some of you. BEWARE! Literally tons of links here so save it to your favorites page so you can over the months go back to it and search.
Just had to share this before I go make churn dash blocks.
Updated 02-25-2012 at 09:24 AM by Krisb
Well, all of the worrying about the show us where you're from doll quilt and all for nought. This is an original design, the main sections of the bridge are black fabric with the details thread painted. Now I need to make one for DH.
Updated 02-05-2012 at 09:58 PM by Krisb
Originally Posted by greencat
Here's my magic pinwheels that seems similar to the new pinwheel templates that are so popular now.
I found a charm pack at Walmart to test this out. I used 25 charms (5 per row) and added a 3" border.
I put clear tape on my ruler and traced the lines from the instruction sheet.
This is the first time I've posted with multiple pics.....I'm hoping everything shows up ok
This is how I did my template.
Farmhouse, lots of pieces, need to adjust block sizehttp://www.quilterscache.com/F/FarmhouseBlock.html
Updated 02-01-2012 at 10:24 PM by Krisb