A friend asked me to repair the quilt her grandmother made for her mother. I am trying to identify the pattern and hopefully get a pattern to correctly cut the pieces.
Originally Posted by Sandy7865
I would like to know how old my dressmaker is. I haven't been able to find any information on it.
Originally Posted by Laura Terry
Nice. Am currently working on my first quilt. Does anyone have suggestions on a cheap solution for a quilting table?
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I am new to this forum, and I look forward to being part of this community. I have just purchased a used Grace Next Generation Quilting frame with the stitch regulator compatible with the janome1600p qc, Viking mega quilter and the Baby Lock. I did have the opportunity to purchase the Janome 1600P QC (which I think is the model I want), but there is family issue and I would not be able to get it for at least 6 weeks. I am willing to wait, but I am not sure whether the sale will go through
Originally Posted by Rebecca_S
Here is a baby quilt I made with a selection of extra 4 patches. There wasn't any pattern for the piecing, just a semi-random slash-and-sew method with a yard of white fabric. I used straight line quilting in each of the white areas, thanks to everyone who made suggestions on the quilting when I posted the flimsy!
Originally Posted by GammaLou
Here is the picture of what I am looking for.
My personal collection consists of:
1). Singer model 101 portable (wooden case) circa May 22, 1922.
2). Singer model 99 portable (wooden case) circa September 23, 1930.
3). Singer model 95-01 commercial (mounted atop a 1 1/2" oak table-top with a 1/2 hp motor underneath) circa January 29, 1931.
4). Singer model 15 console circa September 5, 1935.
5). Singer model 221-1 Portable "Featherweight" circa April 20, 1948.
6). Singer model 237 "Fashion
I wish to start a blog that has to with anything about older sewing machines. Most of all, Singers.
1). How to identify them.
2). Differences between models and intricacies of usage.
3). How to make them run better.
4). How to perform simple repairs.
5). Techniques of preforming cosmetic repairs on machines as well as on consoles and portable carriers.
In addition I wish to help those wanting to:
1). Find and own older machines.
Originally Posted by ozarkgal
This quilt comes from North Carolina, a log cabin with 4 blocks reversed to create a center panel.
We feathered the blocks with a feather theme outside border. Hope you enjoy the pictures and they give you some ideas.