Originally Posted by LyndaOH
Here's one of my latest quilts, which I made for my great niece. She's a real "pink girl", three years old and adorable. It's a very simple pattern, so I went ahead and made a mini version for her stuffed toy "Mousie" (no relation to Mousie here on the board!).
My Tin Lizzie dealer told me today that Tin Lizzie is doing away with all their dealers... Has anyone out there with a Tin Lizzie heard anything about this?
What would be the easiest way to identify an old quilt block pattern? I picked one up today and can't figure out how it goes together. Free info would be appreciated. Thank you.
Originally Posted by Barb_MO
I made this quilt some time ago and just now got up the nerve to quilt it. I use a Janome 1600P on a New Joy Gold Standard frame which doesn't give much room for quilting. Had to roll the quilt about three times for each block.
I used a 4 inch pantograph for the borders, turning the quilt for each of them. I quilted the top border with the panto then free motion quilted the body basting the side borders as I went.
This pictures shows the quilt on the frame with the body quilting
Originally Posted by Jude
Looking for green/pink "crackle" design in that colorway. I have others I'm not using - bought some of about 15 different fabrics in that line; would trade or buy. Thanks.
I am moving from Miami to Vail AZ. Anyone out there looking for a perfect quilting house (plenty of room for a long arm) I have the best houe for it! Plus neighbors I hate to leave!! PM me for more info
Several years ago, before i was quilting, i recieved a flyer to get a quilting book/magazine subscription to American Patchwork & Quilting magazine. It was titled The Classic Quilts. In the flyer was a quilt titled Sunshine and Shade wall hanging done in green and blue batiks. It is just what i want. I have tried to find either the book or pattern with no success. If anyone can help me i would really appreciate it. Thank You.
Thank you for the feedback. Went to DVD and book site and understand why this is a good option. I also have a 301, so I actually will get double value! I believe I will go ahead and order a new belt etc from his store too. Thank you too for the link. Happy Sewing. Raine54RN
Originally Posted by MJ715
Anyone have a 2003 issue of American Patchwork and Quilting. I'm searching for a pattern that I saw displayed at a quilt show called "Wild Rose on Fence." If anyone is willing to share, I believe it might be in the June issue. The magazine website doesn't have issues going back that far.
I am going to be making placemats out of remnant upholstery fabric. I need to find a batting that will be stiff enough and not pucker, with a relatively thin profile. I am new to doing quilting and piecing projects so I would appreciate any tips you experienced people would like to share with me.
Waiting constructively for spring!