Originally Posted by Dottie Bug
I went from a water stained -oil stain, wood damage, dry wood,to a very pretty treadle. I used fornbys refinisher DottieBug
Can't wait to get started on this train ride!
Originally Posted by paintmejudy
Slightly more than 2 years ago we jumped on board for our first mystery quilt, and here we are, at it again. Thank you so much to all of you who have been so supportive of my little mysteries. I think I enjoy doing these more than you, and am so happy that you have liked what I have come up with in the past.
Today, Thursday, will be the first clue – fabric requirements. I will be at my daughter’s this weekend, leaving tomorrow morning, so want to get it to you today. But from now on,
I am fairly new to this. I have been sewing for several years. I have the bug to do some quilting. I have made some small quilts but am interested in doing some larger ones. I was wondering if anyone has an experience with using a stitch regulator to complete my quilt and what type to use for my sewing machine.
Any help would be great
Originally Posted by Prism99
A few things you can check for next time.
(1) Make sure your backing starts out square in the frame. You can roll the backing onto the takeup roll and then back again as extra insurance that it is on straight. I always do this.
(2) I use a misting of spray starch as I roll the backing onto the takeup roller (before adding batting). Learned this trick from watching Sharon Schamber on Youtube.
(3) How did you attach the bungees on the sides? It
Originally Posted by jim murray
Hello everyone. this is going to sound like an AA meeting. My name is jim and I've just joined in search of knowledge and help. As of two months ago, I didn't even know how to sew a single stich. I've worn the same style of leather cap for 20yrs and just found out they are no longer available - due to Sandy Fifer (Fifer Leather -Seattle) retiring. I freaked out, this cap is part of my identity - I have long time friends that have never seen me without it on. This prompted me to somehow make them
Have thousands of men's ties and want to make a quilt but am really not sure where to start. I hope someone has a suggestion so I can start soon. HELP!! Please...
Originally Posted by Belfrybat
Tagging on to Evie's post -- here are the links for the various train rides. I saved this to a Word document on my computer so I'd have it:
Mystery #1 posts = 1, 312, 663, 667, 1003, 1023, and 1270.<O></O>
Mystery #2 posts = 1, 383, 610, 771, 959, and 1103.<O></O>
Hi I'm new on here so please be patient lol...
I just picked up this little gem for onky my $25!! No manual no idea how to wind a bobbin on it or what model it is.... I need to replace the little rubber wheel that runs/runs along the main big wheel, don't know what its called .....
Can anyone help?