Originally Posted by loisf
Here is a photo of the quilt that inspired my quilt. It's easier to see the pattern on this photo. I cut 8.5" squares of the Marimekko scraps and two white pieces (3.5"x 8.5" and 3.5"x 11.5") for each block. The blocks finished at 11" square when the quilt was assembled. Then you just rotate them to get the desired effect. The borders were also 3.5" wide. The king size quilt was 106" x 117", 9 blocks by 10 blocks. Thanks for your kind comments.
Originally Posted by Rosyhf
I was searching Pinterest looking for ideas on another scrap quilt, I have just finished the Labyrinth Walk and wanted something mindless.
I found this quilt called Picket Fence by Elsie Campbell, she also has a book with that quilt in it. These are 60 degree diamonds. Well, I had just pulled out a ton of undesirable fabric out of my pin and have this huge bag of it, ready to donate.
I figured I would just use these to experiment instead of cutting my good fabric. I
Originally Posted by Cam Flower
I love using my Serger for quilting - especially with cheep fabrics that ravel and denim. I have made each of my 4 grandchildren and my children a blue jean quilt and used the serger on all of them so that they would not ravel apart like the ones my mother spent so much time making for all of us ( 7 children and grandchildren) and over the years they raveled and came apart and had to be constantly repaired. I also find the serger great for serging strips and squares, then cutting the strips into
I found some really cool fabric, patriotic, perfect for a man..
I was trying to find the post from a member looking for an idea to make her husband a quilt.
I am an early riser......usually up by 5AM. First thing I do is start the coffee. Then I feed the cat and let the dog out. I take my coffee in my sewing room and start sewing/cutting. Now I have to let the dog in. Pour myself another cup of coffee. Back to my sewing room. I let the dog out again, then start sewing/cutting. Yup, you guessed it.....I let the dog in again. And so the day goes.....sew, let the dog out, sew, let the dog in.
quilt front quilt back
I know there much to it and the photos aren't very good, it is better than it looks on photo.
And a quick pillowcase dress which i think is quite cute.
sorry for the short and sweet entry
Ugh, 10 characters
Does anyone know which book the dresden cat quilt by Janet Kime is in? I looked on the Internet but the contents are not shown and she has a couple books. Would love to find this pattern! Thanks.
My sister in law has me looking for a quilt of an elderly man and woman
"dancing - kind of" in to the beach. It is the back of them and the are
a little plump. I have seen it and I am not sure if it Appliqued or a panel.
Can anyone help??? Thanks, 4js