Originally Posted by doowopddbop
A traditional block using modern fabrics. I guess that makes it a Modern Dresden. I am still not so sure what makes a quilt "modern". I used Darlene Zimmerman's EZ Dresden ruler to make the petals, then quilted the center using a curved arc - reminds me of a Spirograph game when I was a kid. The background and border quilting just followed the pattern of the fabric. I sure like my new table topper.
Originally Posted by aunt ria
looking for the name of this pattern, tia
Originally Posted by gollytwo
Thanks for the link.
I found just the right pattern for a fabric collection I have.
Originally Posted by homecaregiver
Here is a picture of my long time work in progress quilt using English
paper piecing. Hope you like it and I will be happy when it is done. Still a long way to go.
Originally Posted by Nanad5
A wedding quilt for my youngest daughter, married on June 2nd. The quilt pattern is from the following website: http://hyacinthquiltdesigns.blogspot...den-fence.html. The multi-colored main fabric is over 15 years old and was partial payment for finishing a quilt for a coworker of my husband. My DD and I shopped together for complimentary fabrics and this is the end result! Her husband is a minister and there are a few Christian songs entitled Amazing Love...and their love for each
Originally Posted by qpg89
Is anyone else having the same or similer problems with their tin lizzie 18. My mother is practically devistated. She has had her's for almost a year. Absolutley loves it, but the stitch regulator has gone out 4 times, and other minor problems, the company has given her a hard time from the beginning saying it was her house, starting out blaming it on static electricity, to now blaming it on her wiring in the house. She has put humidifiers in the house, a static pad to stand on when she quilts,
Originally Posted by chuckbere15
I just got this back from the Maggie, a member of CAMEO Guild who does professional quilting. The quilting is done all free-hand. This is the second Dresden Plate that I have done. I think this is one of my favorite patterns.
I still need to do the binding, put on a hanging sleeve, and make a label. Although, I do need to name the quilt. Any suggestions for the name?
Me on the left and Maggie on the right with her son behind the
Originally Posted by KathieS
Oodles of free Christmas patterns here - quilts, wall hangings, tree skirts - you name it. Definitely will need lots of time for this one - Enjoy !!!
Originally Posted by txstitcher
What are you favorite quilting blogs?
Mine include Pleasant Home, Diary of a Quilter, Red Pepper Quilts, PS I Quilt, and The Happy Zombie.
Originally Posted by ube quilting
This was started in 2008 for friend,Peg. She had some scraps of her favorite fabric from the 70's. I made her a tote and the rest of the scraps went here. It was going to be bigger but..... The batik coral is what was left and this is what they grew into. Now to get it quilted. This will be her 60th birthday surprise.
pattern is PP: Double Pink Kaleidoscope
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