the cottage is done, I have water, elec, lights, air, heat, outlets for iron, hair dryer, washer, spin dryer, music on CD player, fan, every thing I could want or need. I find now I spend some time in the cottage every day, either dyeing or painting fabric. Sat. the twins and I spent time painting their fabric for there dragon quilts. Sun. I did some fabric for mine. Mon. I heat set fabric, today I went out first thing, heat set my deep purple fabric for my dragon, will do the sliver fabric this
Originally Posted by JNCT14
Hey Darcene - wish I could say its applique but I still say that if it isn't needle turn then its cheating! But I must say I like the flexibility so I can do more 'artsy' projects. I am not very good at those......
I think your rooster is pretty cute.
Originally Posted by tlambing
Finally got this Kaffee top together. Borders will have to wait for another day. It's queen size and I think is going to make my bedroom look fabulous!
Any suggestions on how to make a needle slide through a quilt easily? The fabric is all cotton and the batting is 80/20 cotton/poly.
I have a linear quilt without square blocks. I tried to square it up and it ended up wider on two sides. I'll attach a rough diagram. The left and right sides have a white border,
but the top and bottom don't have one. I'm
not sure how to make it square without wrecking it!
Any suggestions welcome!!Attachment 430794
Im not a newbie and I hope that Im doing this correctly never posted pictures before so here goes;
I need help designing a twin size quilt for my 3 year old Grandson. The carpenters star piece is 38" x 38", he has an extra long twin bed. I have agonizing over this for 3 months, I don't know what to do. have 5 yards of the polka dot and 4 1/2 yards of the cars fabric. I feel the cars fabric is too busy to put on the star side of the quilt. I don't think another quilt design would work to go around the star. My original idea was to surround the star with the orange border, put
I had 9 different 4 inch frog squares and finally decided to make a baby quilt with them, after finding a great sale on fat quarters. It's not the usual pink and soft fabric for a baby girl but I figure babies love bright colors.