IAbout three weeks ago lightning came in to the house through the electrical line and took out the circuit board of my beloved Bernina 930. At all other times I would unplug it, but the one time I forgot the lightning hit it. I have not been able to locate another board. If any of you know of a Bernina dealer that may have one please let me know. The repairman that looked at the machine said that because it was several years old he wasn't able to get one (he is not an authorized
I have a BabyLock Quest Plus which I have been using on my quilt frame. I love it for this purpose as it has a deep throat, speed control and one touch start/stop. I am wanting to purchase a different machine to use on my quilt frame as I simply LOVE to sew with my BabyLock. Anyone have any good suggestions?
are you still selling your pattern on the "Diamond log cabin" quilt? if so.. I would love to purchase it.. I just recently joined this quilting board and saw the quilt, fell in love... please let me know what I need to do , to get the money to you... thanks for your time... wild river...
hi- i had to copy this - the man in this story Scott was trimming a tre for some elderly people as a friend adn had a terrible accident adn now has another address, , he taought at our local collage, was a involved in any of the activities there, including drama, adn he was a young man i beleive 46, he has a wife and 2 sons, a pillar of the community, but this is something i just had to share
So much more than just a blanket
July 22, 2013:
My little dye cottage is almost finished, still have to hook up sink and water, and a bit of mud for drywall under the upper windows. But that did not stop me from moving in and Sat. the girls and I did some fabric painting. was so nice in there with the air on as was in the mid 90's here that day. Another couple of weeks every thing should be done and I can start dyeing. Called Dharma and placed a nice order of PFD fabric, I think I ordered 6 bolts. 25 yards each, of 60"wide fabric, that should
I love quilting on minki... It is just so soft and cuddly. I made this crib size quilt for a new grandson on the way... Had fun using a new template , (curved) and just playing around as I quilted...
Originally Posted by Rosyhf
Hexes have always intrigued me. I don't mind setting in but when wants to make a charm quilt with tiny hexes, one doesn't want to do that lol. I did some research and found that some techniques, cut the hex in half. This forms a little boat like patch. The patches are then machine sewed in rows and then the rows are joined and it goes very fast. I don't want to do that either.
Then there is the English paper piecing by hand and that's not going to happen. And so I did this. I did two
Originally Posted by Jan in VA
Layer 2 fat quarters right sides together.
Draw a grid of squares on the lighter color fat quarter, making the grid be 1" larger than the size of HST you will need.
Draw diagonal lines through the grid so that each square has ONE diagonal line in it.
Sew 1'4" away from EACH side of EACH diagonal line.
Press the fat quarters after sewing.
Cut apart on EVERY DRAWN LINE.
Square up each HST.
Jan in VA
Originally Posted by justflyingin
I sewed scraps on cash register tape (idea from someone here).
I found the thinner tape here in Poland but then when perusing a Five and Dime type store in downtown Newton, KS, in May when we were in the states, came across some almost 4" wide register tape--no doubt it fits an antique machine that is no longer in usage anymore. I bought all they had, and will use it up this way.
I save my scraps but sometimes the scraps are really in strange shapes and sizes
What machines have an automatic reverse that doesn't have to be held down while stitching?