OK--took me a couple days to figure out the reason I wasn't adding pictures is I didn't have the "enhanced" toolbar--thanks to Peckish and others for giving step-by-step instructins under search for "posting pictures"! So here is the snowglobe quilt--my daughter is loving it! Darn it--won't upload--I'll try in pictures thread.
Despite only using the white background for the blocks and the brown bases for the "snowglobes--I think this turned out very well. Can't figure out how to get it posted on my blog--so putting it into new entries photo thread--I think--first photo posting. But check it out!
Now on to finish a modified log cabin lapquilt for brother and start/finish an Asian fabric lapquilt for my SIL so they hopefully get them for Christmas before New Year's! Seems like mail between us takes
Originally Posted by Tartan
There are 6 pictures so bear with me as I load then 1 by 1.
Originally Posted by willferg
I've been on the lookout for free BOMS for both quilting and embroidery, and I haven't seen much. I guess it's a little early yet, but I hope if you find some you'll share links here. Thanks!
I'm pretty excited. It hasn't arrived yet, but I just purchased a Janome Horizon MC 15000!! It is supposed to do everything you want--embroidery, quilting machine, wireless with an iPad, etc. Does anyone have one? How steep is the learning curve? If anybody has tips, techniques, or suggestions I would love to hear them.
Originally Posted by Shayla
I just found this adorable pattern - unfortunately, it's not in English. But, I thought the stitcheries were cute in any language!
I have a grace frame start right and would like to attach quilts to the belly bar w/pvc like the new sr2....has anyone done this?
I PURCHASED A 1948 AH458923 1948 SEWING MACHINE IT HAS THE CORD FOR LIGHT BUT NO PEDAL. I WOULD APPRECIATE IN ANY FORMATIONN FOR MY MACHINE THANK YOU ARLENE.
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 johnette
I call the purple ones "the sisters" I had a lot of blocks left from the first one, it was a jelly roll I received as a gift, so I went through the stash and made a few more. The pattern was a Jennie Doan tutorial. The bento box was a free pattern I found online. The tropical fish, I made that one up as I went along. Could have done