well finally got to do some dyeing, did a blue gradation and then on day 2 did a purple gradation, my little cottage is so cozy, so nice to have my special space to work in to do my dyeing and fabric painting. Want to dye up enough fabrics for a log cabin quilt, so will be doing many colors over the next few weeks. Yes weeks, that even 9 years ago would have taken just a very few days. Even with the washer and spin dryer it is so hard on my hands, ah old age LOL but still so much fun, I do love
I recently pick up a white machine and need a manual. Which is a white dress master 127. can anyone help.
Originally Posted by Sue Fish
I have done miles and miles of the string piecing this way for borders, quilt blocks, etc...I use 3" wide paper and can when done, cut pieces for many many different patterns.
I like it sort of wonky rather than each piece cut exactly the same and sewn straight..but you can do either
I start with my paper in a box or in the pic you can see I use the thread holder...anything to keep it from rolling all over.
I cut my scraps anywhere from about 1" wide to 1 1/2"
Originally Posted by borntoquilt
Does anybody out there belong to this? I am not exactly sure what it is or how it works. Can somebody "splain" it to me! pro's con's ??? They are advertising only $12.00 for the year... Seems to me it was twice that awhile back... thanks in advance!!
Originally Posted by Tashana
On my itinerary today are the following places - Hamburg and Harrisburg for my husband, but more importantly, Lancaster, Intercourse, Bird-in-Hand, and Goodville for me. Did I mention that I really do not need any fabric? I am planning to hit the wonderful Central Market and the Quilt Museum in Lancaster, the Old Country Store in Intercourse, The Fabric Shack in Bird-in-Hand, and the famous fabric superstore in Goodville. I am too scared to take a husband and two kids to Obi's. Wish me luck since
It is 12:47 am and here I sit. I am past tired but have once again accidentally stumbled upon this site. It appears, I created an account last year in April, but never used it. (I think it got lost).
I am working on a Raider's quilt, and maybe this site, blog, and the friends and family I will meet here, will be just what I need to get and stay on task.
First order of business... go to bed. (after leaving hubby a note to wake me at 4am)
Second order of business,
Originally Posted by lildinks2013
I have a bosch frontloading washingmachine that is only 3.5 yrs old. Been having problems with it recently. It wont spin in the rinse cycle. Book says is due to either not large enough load or a larger item got tangled with smaller items. I have rechecked thsi over andover and put in different loads resulting with the same problem. Anyone else have this experience and if so , how did you correct it?
As I mentioned in my last post, I have been getting quite a few requests for the paper piecing templates for the Prairie Star block. I am trying to make this blog post to include them. Hope it works. Hope you enjoy them. The PDF includes a coloring sheet and the templates (sample template and it's reverse). Together, they make 1/4 of the block, and are actual size
I posted this in reply a long while ago for someone interested in making a star sampler. I have had lots of requests in the past few weeks for the paper pieced templates. I drew the block in EQ7. I will make a separate, quick blog post tonight with the pp templates if I can get it to work so those of you interested in the block can use it.
Original reply: "I have always loved the Prairie Star. (See below). It works great with paper piecing. You can also make a quilt in a "star
Originally Posted by fallonquilter
Made this quilt for my daughters birthday.