Originally Posted by AlvaStitcher
Well I put away my cry rag and put on my grown-up panties and went to the show. I wandered at will and just drooled and ooooed over all the beautiful quilts. It is a great show. Didn't spend much time with the venders as I didn't have the $$$ to spend. Registered for the grand prize of an Alaskan quilting cruise in 2017 and to win a Janome machine. Fingers crossed. Show continues thru Saturday. I did see a friend that I play MahJongg with and two ladies from our small guild. Overall....glad I went.
Originally Posted by Lori Peercy
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I'm searching for NHL hockey team cotton fabric, preferably in Canada. Thanks
I just bought a Singer 8500Q. I am trying to decide which brand to buy of the Open Toe Darning foot. I tried to just Google this and Singer is not the website that came up. many other did. Can anyone tell me which one I should purchase.
Hello I have a question that I've been searching for, for a long time.
I have a White Model 575 Sewing Machine its blue I was told that its a 1941. The machine is blue in color has one stitch nothing extra and is a heavy duty machine. Its beautiful unique and from what I gather rare.
My question is if anyone might know any history on this special little machine how many made, etc. I know that it was made by White and made in Japan.
Thank you for your help.
Hello everyone! I'm new to quilting and wanted to share my very first project with you. I spend one week with Judy Niemeyer learning how to quilt.
Let me know what you think and what a good project would be for my second quilt!
I'd love to hear your experiences with template paper piecing. Like I said, I've done it only this one time and there were so many rules and techniques I tried to memorize. Let me know if you have any tips to share! Thanks and I'm excited
Updated 02-19-2016 at 03:53 AM by PatriceJ
Originally Posted by JENNR8R
Ive had numerous requests to explain how I made the log cabin blocks in my http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...y-t275731.html quilt.
My version of this block is made with 2.5 scrap squares and white strips. The finished block is 10.5 unfinished.
1. A graph paper pattern to use for placement
2. Sew a 2.5 scrap square and 2.5 white square together
3. Sew a 2.5 x 4.5 white strip log to #2
4. Sew a 2.5
Originally Posted by JENNR8R
You can use these blocks in any log cabin setting. I chose the Barn Raising setting.
Im including a picture of the placement on a portion of my quilt to help you identify the block in my quilt.
The last picture is the finished quilt.
I hope this explanation gets your creative juices flowing. I love it when I have inspired others to make their own creations.
[QUOTE=amyjo;7466935]Here are 3 photos so you can see what a lucky duck I was to see this on Bisman Online shopping. For those who could't find my pictures before maybe this will help.
Quilters cotton top/wool batting/flannel back
86" x 98"