Originally Posted by Helen S
I started this quilt many months ago, not knowing what I'd be doing with it, got bored, so put all the blocks into a container and set them aside. In the meantime, we received a wedding invitation for a special niece, so...the colors were perfect for them so I got busy! SO glad I had most of the blocks done, and didn't have enough of the background fabric, but got lucky and found a near-full bolt at Joann's, so bought it all and glad I did. I used just about every last drop of it! The quilt measures
Originally Posted by Froggiey
My sister spent most of the week with me and this is what we made. We ended up making five table runners. These are quilt as you go. Web site is quiltershaven.net. Called Got Scraps. Makes a pretty quilt. Especially a baby quilt. But...I am going to use just 2 colors next time. Anyway, far from perfect, but we made memories. Made one for my sister, myself,my daughter, my niece, and our sister who lives in NM. Thanks for looking.
Originally Posted by CarolynMT
Ok, Lately I have been doing something when I load my quilts that is different.....cant figure it out. I float my tops (tried putting one on the rollers and it got all wonky) Anyhow, I baste the quilt down on the sides each time I advance. But lately when I get to the bottom, it is all wavey, like 2-3inches worth of waves.
I know the top is squared, somehow in the process of basting it, I am either stretching it too much or letting it get "taken in" too much. I just cant
Originally Posted by Misty's Mom
We had this shelving unit in the attic, so I commandeered it for my own. After getting it out of the attic, which was no small job. Thank goodness when I put it there, I had made it 2 pieces. So, I washed it down, rearranged the shelves to accommodate my brand new roll of warm and natural, used an old shower rod to hold the batting. Then hung it by the chains. My only cost was the 2 clips holding it to the upper shelf and the chain. All for less than $15.00. Pretty proud of myself, but tired. So
Originally Posted by BeckyL
I took a class from Augusta Cole last month at our Guild. This is the result.
Originally Posted by tlambing
Finally got this Kaffee top together. Borders will have to wait for another day. It's queen size and I think is going to make my bedroom look fabulous!
Originally Posted by annpryor
My Dear Jane we will see if I can add a picture.
Originally Posted by romille
I am just starting out and have found a few tools that have quickly become my favorites, and am still discovering things. What are yours?
Shape Cut Pro slotted ruler
GrabbIt magnetic pin cushion
Seam-Fix seam ripper
and then of course the essential rotary cutter and mat, but that goes without saying
Originally Posted by Central Ohio Quilter
Our neighbor just came knocking at our door to ask for advice in getting rid of skunk smell. Last night a skunk followed their dog to the back screen door and sprayed through the screen, into their house. He said the smell is unbearable inside their house.
Their clothes, furniture, and everything in their house just reeks! He is looking for advice on how to get rid of the smell in the entire house. I told him tomato juice is supposed to work for the dog, but I didn't know about
Originally Posted by CoventryUK
I had lots of HSTs (half square triangles!) in my 30s fabric box. I had seen a similar quilt on Pinterest so had a play!! I am pleased with the result!!! I will back and bind in the green gingham fabric and that's another baby quilt done!! Ooooops!!! Picture loaded sideways!!.just spotted one square wrong way round!!!! Oh....sugar!!!!