Churn Dash and String Blocks
64" x 86"
Quilter's cotton top, pieced back/ Hobbs 80/20 batting
My Brother and DSIL were married 50 years ago. We are having a family reunion tomorrow and will celebrate. My DS and I made this quilt for them. It started with a Craftsy kit, but we added other gold fabrics. Binding is bias sewn with invisible thread. It measures 62x76. 2nd quilt on my mid-arm, a Voyager 17.
Still working on this top...would like some ideas on how to quilt it once completed. Any suggestions?
Another D9P for donation made with mystery charm packs from Missouri Star Quilt Company. Fabric Line: China Blue by Kanvas
Quilter's cotton top and pieced back/fleece batting
64" x 76"
Hello all. I'm new to this group, blogs and posting in general, so forgive me if I mess up.
I have just finished my first bargello quilt and have been looking for ways to quilt it. I've decided to go on the diagonal to the squares and follow the pattern lines as has been suggest to others. My question is......should I attempt this using my walking foot or my free motion foot? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks
Originally Posted by DJ
I have some UFO quilts I need to get back to, but here's what I've finished recently...Christmas gifts... I've made 4 and have 4 more to make (2 for me).
I decided to start this Blog as a trial run. What better way than with this post:
Some friends invited me to go with them to a lecture at Craft South back in May. I said sure, got on line and signed up. A night out with girl friends to dinner and a quilt lecture, what could be better? Little did I know back then it was Kathy Doughty from Au, Owner of Material Obsession. To see her beautiful quilt colors "live" and touch the softness was a once in a life time experience. She had
Looking for a pattern for a tote that will hold a quilt. The one I want is a long bag which has 3 sets of handles and can be folded down into itself to make a regular height tote. Thanks.
Liz in NC
I am trying to replicate a Grandmother's Garden quilt that my great-grandmother made in the 1920s or 1930s. This will be the first quilt I hand-piece (my previous quilts have been machine pieced and then quilted on a longarm) and I plan to use the English Paper Piecing method. I've done a lot of research and I think I'm ready to start basting hexies and whipstiching them together. But I'm confused about how to make the diamonds that separate the flowers.
My great grandmother's quilt is composed
D9P (from Zest charm pack) and yardage
Quilters cotton top and pieced back/fleece batting
64" x 75"