Originally Posted by ThayerRags
Originally Posted by sdeaaz
....boiling ground beef... can you tell me how you do it...
Itís kind of messy, but we think itís worth it. We take a large amount of raw ground beef (10# tube when we can get it), put it in a very large boiling pot (commercial kitchen size) on our gas stove top, and add tap water to the pot (a couple of large drinking glasses full or about 4 cups). Youíll want to use the least amount of water that you can, because too much water makes more excess liquid to dispose of, while too little
H as anyone bought or used the accullquils die? I am new to this and would like to hear from other quilters. I live in Texas.I am very interested in the die cutters.
Hi I live in Washington state and am looking for someone to machine quilt some quilts for me. Anyone have any suggestions?? The lady I had used for years retired! Thanks
Originally Posted by onaemtnest
Someone here posted their lovely quilt and I failed to mark the thread apparently as I cannot find the original thread. The poster gave general directions on how to replicate her quilt. I would really like to make a quick quilt, as I've been working on a complicated quilt and I need something less so.
Hi fellow quilters, not sure if this is a good place to post this but looking for a ride home from the big Sisters Quilt show next weekend in Sisters Oregon. Do any of you know of anyone going to the show? I need a ride from Sisters to Twin Falls, Idaho. Or do you know of a site that I could post this request?
Originally Posted by Kellysusan
Hi fr. Kelly Susan . I am in search of this pattern twinkle snowman pillow by heartfelt finds can anyone help me . Thanks
I want to make an Advent calendar for my grandson. I am having a hard time find a panel. My children had the Cranston Beary Merry Christmas calendar and I would like something along that line. Any suggestions?
Hi all, just joined recently and Im wondering if there are any Florida gals out there. I live near northern Tampa. It might be fun to share some local news about quilt shops , meetings, expos, meetups and fun stuff in general.
My name is Pauline aka pollio1940. You may guess what the
1940 stands for.
Have a great day.
PS This is my first blog ever. Hope I do it right. For me, its like talking to old friends.
Originally Posted by judith ann
I have around 300 of these scrappy quilt blocks sewn. Just wanted to use up some scraps so I sat down one day and started sewing them together. They have been in a basket for a few months.
Yesterday I started cutting them with my 60 degree ruler. This is what I ended up with. How fun is that!!!
I used fabrics for the border I have had for a very long time.It is some of my favorite and I forgot all about it in a cupboard. I love fabric with stars and most every quilt I have done has star