I have a bunch of 5in blocks. If you were me what would you do with them?
What is the trick to using variegated thread on a long arm? I am a new long arm quilter and am having a hard time when using this thread. I've used two different brands, different size needles and just can't get it to work. HELP Please.
I remember watching my grandmother sew quilts by hand when I was a little girl. Her only tools were a needle, thread, fabric (probably old clothes or feed sacks), scissors, thimble, card board templates and a rustic quilt frame that was stored at the top of the dining room ceiling when not in use. If you are like me, wouldn't you just love to take your grandmother or great grandmother to a quilt guild or a bee meeting or better yet, to one of the large quilt shows around the country? I know
my first quilt i have ever made. I made it from my baby boys old pjs and clothes , its far from perfect but i love it.
What to do with 5in. blocks?
Originally Posted by katesnanna
I had wanted to make this quilt ever since I picked up the free pattern sheet in Spotlight. I have given it to my DH to cover his recliner. Red & White are the colors of his football team hence his favorite colors.
Photo 3 is the back. I used up the leftovers. Just made it.
Does anyone know where I can obtain the pattern "Thinking Outside the Block"? Also a romantic bedroom "log cabin" pattern?
Yes, I found batiks for $4.75 a yard. Craft Town is having a 50% off sale. Yeah for me. Such wonderful colors. Can't wait till they arrive.
Does anyone know if 685 hours of use is too much ? I'm looking at a used Husq. Vik designer 1
Originally Posted by Ozarkcastle
I have sewn tops and quilted for many years. I am lucky to be able to 'see' something and interpret it to my liking.
Last year I was searching for someone to construct a stained glass window for our auditorium. Several shops would consider to bid the project but none would let me design the piece without taking classes. (Totally understandable)
Due to estimated price quotes we decided to put off the project.
Last year while at a local quilt shop I met a gal