Originally Posted by jcrilley
Just a small fun project. My DH actually liked this one.
Originally Posted by Cindy60545
Here's the latest off the frame! Bali Star. The pattern is the jelly roll star from Missouri Star tutorials. I just had a blast quilting this!
Originally Posted by Lynnejean
Well, I finally did it. I cut into all those beautiful blue and purple floral fabrics that I have been collecting for quite some time now.
I LOVE dresdans!!! Somehow I just don't think I could have to many dresdan quilts in my collection. I made this using my Big shot pro die cutting machine. I cut all the dresdans pieces from fat quarters and the tiny bit of leftovers I cut 2 1/2 squares to make the corner blocks. I had the chartreuse fabric in my stash and truthfully I loved
Originally Posted by isewman
I found my 13" 1st block of the quilt, I posted a picture of earlier today. I more or less decided not to go with sashes. I didnt really have enough of the background material of this quilt. So I got it sewed all together, with in the last 1/2 hr. So here are 2 pictures. For the border, not sure of. I've got alot of 2" sq's, I've been cutting out, and lots of triangles, also. Everyone, take care, and WELCOME to the new members. Don-isewmanMy 1st block I
Originally Posted by Leah Stewart
Does anyone know a site or off hand how many flowers it takes for a king, queen, double, or even throw. My hex's are 1" and i will only have one row of plain between flowers. TIA
Originally Posted by denveremerson
What is the best invisible thread? My Horizon's tension has a nervous breakdown with the stuff. I can do a sample piece and get the tension right. Then after FMQ for a little bit, it tangles and "eyelashes" like crazy. I've tried a couple different brands, Sulky is one of them. I use a cone holder to let the thread relax a bit before it gets to the machine. And I use a metalic needle with a large eye. Any help would be really appreciated.
Originally Posted by w7sue
Has anyone here used the EssentialPRO thread from Connecting Threads on their longarm machines?
How do you like it? Would you recommend it?
If you didn't like it, don't recommend it, what do you recommend?
I need thread for my machine - don't want to get a business license so I can go to EE Schenk (in Portland, Oregon) and don't want to really pay an arm and a leg for thread.
Originally Posted by bdship
I was on a twister kick, they were habit forming. Made with the small tool.
Originally Posted by quiltingweb
A friend has given me a quilt to quilt. I have a long-arm machine. My question is...the top and back are about the same size, both are pieced with different block sizes and fabrics. The back is about an inch wider than the top. I've added muslin fabric to the top and bottom of the back of the quilt so I can attach it to my leaders.
Should I float the top so I can adjust as I go, or do I attach it to the roller? I've floated the top before on quilts, but I've always had a generous
Originally Posted by Quilter in MN
Silly question but I am new to embroidery and was wondering if there is a good place to get blanks such as baby bibs?