I have a baby lock crafters choice machine and recently started free motion quilting but for some reason I am having a heck if a time getting things to work right on this one. I have used other machines to do the same thing but am having major issues with the baby lock. I have the right darning foot, but I am a little iffy on things suck as tension and feed dogs as every machine is different. So if there is anyone who free quilts on a baby lock any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a bunch!
I am looking for a copy of this book by author Karen Griska. The only ones I have found are $150+. It's original list was 19.95. Need it for a Christmas gift. Any help would be appreciated
I am fairly new at quilting and want to know if 100% cotton batting by Pellon called Nature's Soft with a soft stabilizing scrim binder is as desirable as Warm and Natural? Joann Fabrics has a sale of the Pellon Batting this month.
Ladies, I think I have fixed the problem. Here is the ornament .pdf file. Please feel free to download it from here.
Thanks for all your patience.
Just looking for some advice with the piecing. Nothing I do ever seems to come out square! I know it's not my cutting at fault because it happens even when I use Moda pre-cuts. I use the 1/4 foot on my sewing machine every time and I set and iron my seams. Still when I piece it all together I have scruffy edges and mismatched seems all over the place. What am I doing wrong???
Originally Posted by Kitsie
Prepared to applique:
Originally Posted by MTS
Here's the outline of the block.
Note that the center is 3x as wide as the logs.
For instance, the center is a 3" square, with 3 rounds of logs. The total FINISHED size is 9".
I made a boo-boo while drafting it and included an extra round (blacked it out) when, in fact, there is sashing between the logs.
I was too lazy to change it so the quilt below shows the extra round in each block - that's why there are two lights where the
Originally Posted by captlynhall
Every year at Christmas, I make a bunch of these 'Fresh Apple Cakes'. They are a bit of work, but not hard. The recipe was my grandmother's. I never liked iced cakes, and this one is so good. It always get lots of people asking for the recipe. I lightly spray the Bundt pan with Pam, then dust lightly with flour before putting the batter in.
Originally Posted by time2quilt
This is one of my favorites and can be used as a dessert cake or a coffee cake.
1 pkg. yellow cake mix
l pkg. vanilla instant pudding
3/4 cup oil
3/4 cup water
1 t. butter extract, optional
1 t. vanilla
1/2 cup chopped pecans or walnuts
1/4 cup sugar
2 T. cinnamon
1/2 cup powdered sugar
2 T. milk
1/2 t. vanilla
1/2 t. butter extract, optional
Originally Posted by Rose Bagwell
Go to Betty Crocker reciepes, they have lots of them. Also go to Cooks .com.
Pumpkin Bundt Cake
1 bx. yello cake mix
1 bx. ( 3-4 oz. ) butterscoth pudding **Powdered sugar for dusting cooled cake
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1/4 cut water
1 cup canned pumpkin
2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice
Mix the 1st seven ingredients. Beat on low speed for 30 seconds, beat on medium for 4