I'm in the middle of making orka bay quilt with bonnie hunter and missing part four. Did any one out their make this quilt? If you did could you please let me know what size the triangles are. I asked Bonnie Hunter, but she said she couldn't give them to me because they belong to the Kansas Star now. Please Help
Updated 01-27-2013 at 08:03 AM by PatriceJ
Originally Posted by giquilt
I had a little different situation. My DH bought a "quilt bed in a bag" because it saved me lots of time instead of making a quilt and the price was the same as the fabric. I was supportive by letting him "feel" the difference in the quality of the fabric. Then I asked him was I suppose to mow his yard while he played golf with all my free time. He looked at his purchase and said "I need to return this to the store".
you finally got him where it hurts good
Originally Posted by cmierley
I'm working on a scenery quilt of Lake Superior. Directions state cut and paste designs. I have completed the design and glued it down. Now my edges are fraying. They state now to stitch all around the edges of each piece before I start quilting. That is making some pieces fray more. Help! Does anyone know how to stop this? Or what I can do?
Originally Posted by Johanna Fritz
We needed another quilt pattern for our Quilts For Kids Milwaukee Chapter sewing day. Our next one is the second Saturday in February. We sew at Bigsby's Sewing in Elm Grove, WI if you are in the area and would like to join us. Here is one of the patterns we are handing out. I made it to be really easy. It is made of 2 blocks: HST and four patches.
You can make these any size: We are using charm packs for this one. Since our charms are 5", I made this to use 4 7/8 squares (we
Originally Posted by works4me
Yes, Franky's top is complete in time to hang for Halloween 2012. Quit grinning QuiltE. It is wider than 44" so I have a few ideas for the quilt backing, all of which will take a little time.
Franky's border is a continuation of the burgundy spider sashing fabric and the outer border is black fabric with gold spider webs. Still, no spider web fabric has been used twice.
Over the last year I have cleaned up my sewing room, finished 5 quilts, and 2 tops, gave away fabric and started a quilting group for those in need. I can now see the floor and every tub is labeled as well as organized patterns in 3 ring binders. It was a lot of work and I didn't think I would get it done but it was worth it.
I have a pattern that's a diamond shape log cabin star quilt. I was doing the pattern but my diamonds are coming out way different in sizes. Can anyone help me?
Originally Posted by sewbizgirl
This was a fun one to make. I got carried away with the quilting-- usually don't put this much quilting on my quilts. I have a great new Juki 2010Q and the FMQ is a pleasure! I had some fun with the back, too.
Originally Posted by EllieGirl
I have seen tutorials where the person has a machine that sits flush with the table. Then when you FMQ the quilt is spread out flat, not hanging off the sides. Where can you get those tables?
Has anyone used the Sizzix big Shot or Big Kick for cutting fabric. Both machines are supposed to take templates from other machines and do the job with fabric. Would I be better off with the AquQuilt Machine which is more expensive or will the Sizzix's do the job. I would appreciate comments from people who have had experiences with the machines. Thank you.