Originally Posted by yorkie luv
I just bought a Janome embroidery machine MC350E. I'm really enjoying it. I would love to be able to digitize my yorkie photos into embroidery designs for a quilt. Is it difficult to do this and how pricey is the software.
Originally Posted by lynnie
couldn't think of a great man's gift, then it hit me!
I took denim and 2 layers of insulabrite put that between 2 layers of denim,( right side down 2 insulabrite right side up). stitched 1/2" in and then an x cut into the 1/2" seam allowance. I also took the heavy side seam cut it 6" and put a loop in the corner. ran it thru the wash twice,
all men need a pot holder that's masculine, this was it, I made them 10 x 10 a masculine size. And they're great for the
Originally Posted by BeckySt
I longarm quilted all these for a local client the first one is a table runner out of the book Ho Ho Ho Let it Snow, the second is a tree skirt and the last one is a wallhanging and the pattern is called Tall Trim the Tree, it has paper pieced and embroidery ornaments attached to buttons, don't have a picture of tree with both sets on it but might be able to get one tomorrow when I deliver another quilt, the ornaments really make the quilt. I had a lot of fun quilting things, everything is freehand.
Originally Posted by TnBecky
I need to make a few quilts & am tired of the quick ones I make, so I thought I would see what other people like to do in a hurry. Oh they are twin - full size quilts. Thanks & pictures would be nice too.
Originally Posted by Tweety2911
I don't remember who posted this and cannot find it now but it was a free pattern posted from Clothworks called Nature Rhythms and I want to say Thank You. I was asked to make a quilt for a Craft Fair held at my DGD's pre-K. It needs to be handed in before the 2nd week of November. I was collecting FQ's for a jar quilt and decided to use them for this quick pattern. I can see myself making a few more of these with different themes as presents. I was so excited about how quick the quilt top
Originally Posted by Becky Hicks
I think I could figure it all out except the curv thing.
Originally Posted by Chris48
Does anyone know of a source for peiced blocks based on the Scriptures. I need blocks to make a border for a quilt, maybe in the 6"-8" size block. I was hoping to find something that stood for the fruits of the spirit but all I found were signature blocks with the joy, peace, hope written on the blank block. If not the fruits then a source of other biblical charaters or events in the Bible. Need five to seven different blocks to use in the border. Sure appreciate the help! Chris
Originally Posted by Caroline in Mo.
The colors look funny,,,too much light and I can'get my camera adjusted.The red is a pretty med dark Christmas red,it looks lipstick red on my screen...
Originally Posted by Girlfriend
i am at the end of a roll of Warm and White, and contemplating purchasing a new roll of batting. While I have been happy with W and W, I think I want something new.
I am wondering, what is the difference between Hobbs 80/20 and Warm and Natural, from your experience?
Thanks in advance, to all you wonderful people, for your expertise!
Originally Posted by scrapnut
Leaving for a short quilt fabric shopping trip to Marshall's Dry Goods and Paducah, Ky in a few weeks. I have saved my pennies and plan on buying a rather large stash. I plan on retiring in 8 years and I know finances will be tighter then than now, so preparing my hobbies for the future. How many HOURS should I plan on spending at each store - Marshall's Dry Goods, Hancock's of Paducah and Quilt In A Day in Paducah? We plan on arriving at Marshalls around 1 PM on my first day. I think