Originally Posted by J Miller
Over the years we have acquired several sewing machines with broken and damaged cases. One was found on the curb just discarded, some came from GW auctions already broken and they somehow didnít receive any additional damage, and some looked good and came to me in lots of pieces.
My Domestic and SEWMOR are two of those:
Originally Posted by Baren*eh*ked_canadian
You know, I never knew how fun these could be! They take a few hours, from start to finish including cutting and binding. For a craft fair, have no idea how much to sell them for. I'll make a few more like this and then some hot pads... those should be more fun because you can vary the blocks and the fabrics!
Edit: The sides aren't really crooked, I guess I just didn't lay it down flat on the floor properly...
Originally Posted by jzaaboo
Originally Posted by simpsonfs
Any idea where you got the pattern?
This is a very old, classic pattern. It's 2.5" squares that are sewn together to make a 6.5" unfinished 9-patch. The "snowballs" are 6.5" squares that have 2.5" white squares laid on each corner and sewn diagonally. You cut off the excess fabric and it makes each square have white corners. You sew the 6.5" snowballs alternately with the 9-patches, and viola! 6" finished blocks, and make as many as you need.
Originally Posted by bethc77
I live in Holbrook, MA (near Braintree/Abington/Randolph). Can you provide further information on your trip to Maine if it has already been planned. What are the dates, prices, information etc.
Originally Posted by Tartan
The only way I can post pictures is with my iPad because I am computer challenged. With the Ipad you take the picture first, go to open new thread in pictures, type in the title and your text, click on the little paper clip (manage attachments) and follow the prompts. The picture does not appear until you click submit. On the regular computer you use the little tree icon that is third from the right in the reply icon box. I cannot do that one because you then have to do stuff on the computer to
Yesterday we finally got some furniture! What a treat it is to sit down on a comfy sofa!
My quilting friends have been sending so many wonderful packages of fabric and more ... and one of my dear swap partners is bringing me a sewing machine! I am so blessed!
I am making a Hello Kitty quilt for my Goddaughter who is five years old. I do not yet know how to do free motion quilting. Right now I have used masking tape to make lines for my quilting.
Does anyone else have suggestions? Since it is a panel I do not have any seam lines to follow. I've been trying to upload a picture but I'm not having any luck. Any suggestions.
I made a Christmas Quilt over 10 years ago. I gave it to a grandchild, and now I want to make another one. Does anyone know where I can buy this pattern?
I'm looking for a homebound Christmas Tree Skirt Pattern that was designed by Leora Willis in 1985. Can anyone help?
Originally Posted by Dora Taggart
Hope this is helpfull...