Layout inspired by Bonnie Hunter's "Random Ohio Stars"
75" x 88"
Quilters' cotton top and back/Hobbs 80/20 batting
Does anyone know of any charities in NW Ohio area that excepts quilts? I am looking for one to join or maybe start one for local hospital NICU or nursery, nursing homes, veteran hospital or the needy. I am new to quilting but love doing it and learning how much fun it is, but would like to have a good cause to give them too. Any information would be helpful. Thank you in advance*
I designed this quilt from traditional elements.
82" x 98"
Quilters cotton top and back/Hobbs 80/20 batting
I'm looking at buying a Pfaff 18.8 longarm with QA.
I have used a Kenquilt 622 for the past 6 years and just sold it to upgrade to a larger machine - I did tiny (6") manual pantograph and loads of quilts were meandered. Loved my little workhorse, but need a larger throat. It has been my intention to upgrade to a larger machine - would love a 24" - that I can later add a computerized system to. This one caught my eye, because it has the whole set-up so I'd jump my next step
A Bonnie Hunter Design
76" x 96"
Cotton top, flannel back/poly batting
i quilted the sampler with a simple SITD and I only had one pucker. I consider that a big OK.
Then I did 9 charity quilt SITD and one with some FMQing. So I really liked that. A quilting friend gave me a whole cloth quilt and I finished the quilting on that. I had to frog and redo a little but that's ok with me. I have it hanging on my back door window. I see it every time I go to the laundry room.
This year I completed a challenge my quilt club put on. And now
Engineered by paintmejudy
Quilters cotton top and back/fleece batting--pieced top and back
60" x 72"
Originally Posted by a1craftera1
I am looking for a manuel for a cromwell sewing machine. It is a small machine, and has a '"godzilla" finish. I have not been able to locate any info on it. Any help would be appreciated.
Originally Posted by tooMuchFabric
Here is how the 3-D pinwheels are made.
Fold the pinwheel blade square in half to make a triangle, in whichever direction you want your pinwheels to be 'spinning.'
Start with 2 squares, one for the background and one for the blades of the pinwheel.
Turn the lower corner of the blade triangle back to the long side of the blade, and now you have one blade of the four
Originally Posted by Jane Quilter
My daughter is expecting her third child, a girl, late June/early July. I made her a quilt, as expected. Her 5 year old daughter said, "Oh, look, its a family". So I am naming the quilt, "Welcome to Our Family". See picture below and close up below that: