Originally Posted by cwessel47
My early quilting projects were often inspired by the Amish. I haven't visited that in so long, I thought it was time. These brights certainly hit the spot! In drafting this, I was bound and determined to have the border fit perfectly and I wanted to make sure that each corner was different. It's a good thing I like playing with numbers.
Happy summer to all. Here in Maine we are starting out with a couple days in the 90's - and the high was only 63 yesterday!
Originally Posted by TymeToShine
Still in process of moving on up from the kitchen table to a real sewing room ( my first sewing room!)
Did quite a bit of thinking on how I wanted my cutting table to be and this is what I came up with. It was made similar to my kitchen island so far as the top, and I had 12 drawers of various depths in it. The top three are deep enough for the little items like rotary cutters and thread. The rest of the drawers will hold my material once I get it folded to fit the drawers. I have
Originally Posted by watson's mom
This is my attempt at a Hunter's Star block. I used Deb Tucker's hunter star ruler to do it.
Originally Posted by postal packin' mama
Completely reversible king-size quilt; both sides are made totally from scraps.
I used Warm & Natural batting. It's a bit heavy as it's got so many (thousands,
it seemed!) seam allowances enclosed so it's nice to be able to "change" the quilt
by just turning it over.
This one is "Buggy Wheels". I used white sashing and white binding on this side.
Originally Posted by charismah
This is by far the most modern GFG I have ever seen. Bookworm did a great job peicing (all by hand of course)! She knew specifically how she wanted it quilted ...so that was easy for me..hehe.
It has all the good ingrediants, WOW, sparkly fabric, swirly fabrics, nice colors and clearly a lot of love!
Thanks so much Bookworm!
Originally Posted by Dollyo
I just finished a Strata Star Table Topper. I watched the video posted by Missouri Quilts and figured out how to do it. It matches the first log cabin quilt that I made in 2008. I'd made lots of quilts, just no log cabins. I'm also just finishing a bargello that matches them.
Thanks for looking,
Dolly in MI
Originally Posted by Little RoO
Hi yesterday I found a post that had loads of info re block sizes and quilt maths, also included the sizes of quilts....but I cannot find it anywhere this morning...why didn't I bookmark it.......anyone know it's heading or who posted it.....really would love to find it.
Originally Posted by luana
This is my first post. I have learned so much from all of you. I just finished a twister quilt top and used all those little squares to make a pieced boarder. I've not seen this idea, so I thought I'd share. Hope my pic shows up.
Originally Posted by Quiltcamp
I trust all my fellow quilters on this board and know you will help me out.
I feel like an expectant mother and need some help.
I have a chance to purchase a used Tin Lizzie 18LS. I really need some info on this machine.
Does anyone have any opinions? Is it a good machine. Any problems I need to know about
to help make my decision to take the plunge??? The owner stated no problems - she is the original
owner and has had it for 2 years.
Originally Posted by tesspug
Looks easy enough. http://quilting.about.com/od/blockof...ning_star.htm#