Originally Posted by schwanton
I saw this quilt on the board several times and decided to make it for a baby shower coming up. I pre-cut the pieces and the quilt was assembled in a day. Easy machine quilting and it is done in a jiffy. I used brights for this quilt and since it was a boy, a juvenile bright print for the back! Mom to be loved it! I cut up the left over fabrics and they are bagged to make another! Just add a backing! Thanks to the board for this design!
Originally Posted by Melanie Rudy
I just finished this new design called "Split Triangle Rows" and am so happy with the result It begins with HSTs.
Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
these are handy diagrams to cut different size patches from a fat quarter
Hello...My name is Shari and I am new here....I am looking for a partner in my quilting etc. I have great Babylock machines, a Desitiny and a enlighten serger. I would like to partner up with someone with similar interests to work together on projects and exchange ideas and skills. My son has built a web page for me and now I just need to fill it up. If anyone feels they might be interested please feel free to call. Please have cutting and piecing skills and a love for quilting and quilting
I am searching for someplace to find the value of my antique machines. They are a variety of brands and models. Any info would be FANTASTIC!
Originally Posted by Grandma Peg
Love your scrappy quilt. What is this pattern please?
I am trying to perfect my hand quilted stitch and was hoping someone could enlighten me on a question I have. I have read several books and posts online that say your quilting stitches should be around 10-12 even stitches per inch. So my question is...how do you count the stitches? Do you count each stitch on top and bottom of fabric...every time your needle goes into the fabric...up and down...or just the actual stitches you can see on the top of the fabric?
I finally was able to buy a Handi- Quilters sweet sixteen sit down quilting machine. Because of a physical condition I cannot stand for any length of time and it is a life saver for me to continue to quilt.
anyway the reason I'm telling you this is I found a NEW PRODUCT called Handi Grip to put on your rulers for cutting
out patterns and using quilting rulers.
Over the years I have tried everything for sale and some not to
figure a way for my rulers not to slip when I am
I just completed the top for a wall quilt over our staircase, and am ready to quilt this stained glass quilt. Its completed length will be 90" and 25" wide. I don't have fancy stitches, so it will be just straight stitches. So...
1. Do I stitch in the ditch around the black sashing.
2. Do I stitch down the center of the sashing.
3. Do I use a double needle and catch both the colored strip and the sashing.
The colored strips are now 2-1/4"
Hello new friends. I just found your group and joined because a kind person on Craigslist has been talking with me about my antique White. We are beginning to downsize. For many years I have had two antique sewing machine cabinets that I have used as tables in my rooms because of their quaint beauty. One of them contains the machine and has many attachments in original cases and bobbins with very old threads. I had never opened the machine nor items boxed in its drawers in all these years until