I'm looking for an additional 2 yds of a discontinued Thimbleberries fabric to add to the backing of my first quilt. If anyone can assist, I would appreciate it. Here is the info: Thimbleberrie Treats no Tricks, russet confetti on burnt orange, Style #5116-3. I saw it at an online store but I can't get them to respond after 2 e-mails and 2 voice messages. Thanks for any assistance. My e-mail is email@example.com.
Originally Posted by lynnie
I just ordered the victorian table runner and i love it
Where did you get the pattern for the Victorian Table Runner?
Originally Posted by ForMyMom
Please help. We had to move Mom to an Assisted Living for Memory Care facility in Plano, TX. We cleaned out her house and now have large boxes of fabric, quilt tools, plastic stencils (I guess this is what these are) and some quilt tables. I do not want to sell these items. Mom has always been a generous individual and I want to keep in the spirit. Can anyone please tell me where I can donate these items in Plano, Texas, to maximize the use of everything? I can divide them up between multiple
Originally Posted by Sewbeeit2
Just because they "look good " is not what matters. How the pressure treated the rubber in the canning process is the important factor....i would always ....Always use new lids please.
Originally Posted by Kitsie
A bunch of them here: Row F - 3 through 9! Cheated on F 6 Those tiny melon seeds, I fused them to stabilizer and raw-edge appliqued them on. Hey, I know my limits!
I've seen that several of you love Annette Ornelas' Victorian Table Runner as much as I do. In fact I love all of her patterns. They are so relaxing to do and it is like magic at the end when you take a piece that you have inserted into straight seams and create a beautiful curve. Your whole design changes ... like magic!
Annette has just released some beautiful new patterns! I particularly like Turtle Walk and Glory Waves. I can't wait to see what is next!
I have yet to find the perfect iron for use in the piecing process.
First of all, it has to be cordless and steamless.
But it also has to have several other features.
What features would be important to you for your quilter's dream iron?
Originally Posted by Shirleydorothy
I have a Bernina Aurora QE440 Edition Quilting and Embroidery Machine. Does anyone know how to use the embroidery machine.....everytime I try to use it, I can only get so far and when I push the blue "START" button, nothing happens. I am ready to tear my hair out....
Frustrated to death!!
I was on a benefit cruise last night when a child on board spotted two 'big birds' at the top of a tree on an island - bald eagles. One of the women in our local quilting group made a lovely eagle block as her contribution to a raffle quilt - which I now own having bought it from the winner - so I'm going to copy it and make a memory quilt
i made this for her chair...it has a dog print on the back which matches her dog! she liked it.