Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
as tartan suggested, your settings may need adjusting. go to settings/general settings and scroll way down. choose WYSIWYG and be sure to save your settings
I got a couple of scrappy "Sister's Choice" blocks made. These are pretty easy to make. Not sure how many I'll be making yet. I also got a little scrappy surprise made for an upcoming swap.
My Favourite quilt, the one Iím most proud of, the one which hasnít yet been washed, and the one no-one is allowed to sit on, is called ďThereís plenty moreĒ.
I collected together scraps of almost every fabric in my stash and my motherís, it even has a contribution from a friend, who began a dress and never finished it, back in the 1980ís, there are also fabrics from the 60ís , 70ís, 80ís, and 90ís, just looking at the centre, I can see the remnants
Originally Posted by sewhappy30
Six of us here on the board...sewhappy30, jillnjo, dragonfly nana, judith1005, yayaquilts, and tam...moo are getting ready to start our round robin. We will post our centers here for everyone to see and then when we are done (should be around June 2013) we will post our finished quilts. This will be a great journey for all of us. We are all so excited!!
I will start with mine. I hope everyone likes it, I can't wait to see what this group does with it.
It is called the easy carpenters
Originally Posted by Boston1954
Someone in this group made a quilt with snowglobes and I thought it was fantastic. I do not know what size hers are but mine is 7 1/2 inches across. I have not even appliqued the base down yet, but had to stop and take a picture. I used a cake plate for the circle, and drew on graph paper the shape for the base. It is not perfect, but I am thrilled!
Colleen MarieGood Day everyone, this is my first time bloging. I just purchased a Featherweight and it has a film on the base. I can scratch it off with my finger nail without doing any damage but not all will come off. Is there something/clemicals I could use on it?
~Formerly known as Ms Grace~ After months of computer issues, I could never log back in under Ms Grace, so I had to change my name. So now I get to start all over again with my feedback scores & all. Also, had some medical issues. I've missed all my quilty friends here on the board, and can't wait to catch up on all that's been going on here the last few months. Since I can't log into my old name, if I owe anyone a block or something, please pm to my new name. Thanks!
Originally Posted by terri bb
i just LOVE this quilt! the pattern is out of a book i bought called "amazingly simple star quilts" and in scrappy colors it turned out fabulous. i sent it off to #1piecemaker to give a whirl quilting it for me. i can't wait to get it back! thanks for looking!
Originally Posted by moonwork42029
My most wonderful darling husband decided I (meaning he wanted to play on one) a long arm. About a year ago he saw one when we got the embroidery machine and has been itching to get one ever since. Well a few weeks ago, they were on sale (Pfaff Grand Quilter 18.8 with Inspira? frame) so he said to "write it up".
We were told we could use thread we had on hand (wrong) and that it was easier to learn free hand than to follow a pattern with the laser. (not for the uncreative
Originally Posted by Prism99
do you have any tips for how to create a personal index? I see quilts I would like to try later, but how do I find them again? So far all I can figure out is to create a Word file with categories such as "children" and then subcategories such as "puppies" and then the file name of the downloaded magazine issue that contains the pattern. What I would really like is to have categories with photos of the quilts.
So far I have subscribed to Quilter's World digital