Originally Posted by onaemtnest
There were three entries in the MSQ Iron Quilter 2 contest using this pattern, but I have no idea how to find out what the pattern is. I'm sure someone on this fantastic forum will know what it is.
Originally Posted by tapper
I have plans to make some small quilted items, starting in January, 2014. I am hoping to sell some of them at our spring flea markets. I would appreciate your help with suggestions and tips. I do have some ideas but can use more. Mostly, I want to do things that are quick and easy and that will be popular....not trying to make big bucks...just doing it as an experiment and for the experience.
Thanks for your help.
Originally Posted by LivelyLady
When I was helping a friend sort through his late grandmother's things, we ran across an apron made in the 30s. The fraying end of a towel was cut off and the rest was used for the apron The quilted bib was from a print fabric. What a clever woman!! He gave me the apron and I copied it to make my own. So simple to make and I love having the towel so handy when I'm baking.
Thanks for looking.
Originally Posted by nightquilter
Yesterday I posted a question about cloth leaders for quilting frames, and want to say "thank you" to all who answered my post.I have leaders that I made and have been using them for a year or so.They are well made and strong .My question now is are the printed one worth all the money? I thought this would be a good addition to my hobby, maybe help in loading and saving time by getting everything set straight quicker,but after looking and reading all the reviews I am now thinking will
Originally Posted by annievee
There are so many items that I would like to read again or use a tutorial. Is there an easy I can track this online instead of printing it?
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