Originally Posted by calicojoan
Remember when Postal Packin Mama posted this quilt earlier this summer? Well, I was so inspired that I just had to make one of my own. I never dreamed that it would use up so many scraps, but my scrap drawers are now empty and I am one happy camper! It's big 120" by 120" and heavy, which will be wonderful come winter time. It's pieced with a QAYG method. Thanks Postal
Originally Posted by Elaray
Several months ago, I bought Gyleen X. Fitzgerald's book, Trash to Treasure Pineapple Quilts, and the accompanying pineapple ruler. It took me quite awhile before I attempted to make the blocks. Once I started, it was hard to stop. I was up way past my bedtime making this small wall hanging. I hand sewed the binding while sitting on the porch. It was sooooo relaxing! I call it "Peaceful Pineapples."
I've sewn garments for
Hi Does anyone know where I can purchase Rings that Bind by Cherly Phillips without spending an arm and leg? I saw it for sale for $23.00 sent for it, they were sold out, looked on ebay they wanted the arm, looked at Barns and Noble and they wanted the arm and leg, it is no longer in print, so they tell me it will cost a fortune. I don't want to remorgage the house, I just want to purchase a book. Can anyone help me? If you have one around and would like to sell it, I would love to have it.
Wow can I relate to you, Shirley, I bought the Bernina and didn't touch it for 6 months left it in the box, was afraid of it thinking I would touch something and break it! Took a class, and honestly got next to nothing out of it. I have learned to appreciate and totally love my Bernina. Experiment and trial and errors don't be afraid of it, read the instruction book (which is not always clear for new machines, espcially computer ones) I did learn to unplug the foot petal completely, make sure the
I'm looking for an additional 2 yds of a discontinued Thimbleberries fabric to add to the backing of my first quilt. If anyone can assist, I would appreciate it. Here is the info: Thimbleberrie Treats no Tricks, russet confetti on burnt orange, Style #5116-3. I saw it at an online store but I can't get them to respond after 2 e-mails and 2 voice messages. Thanks for any assistance. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Originally Posted by lynnie
I just ordered the victorian table runner and i love it
Where did you get the pattern for the Victorian Table Runner?
Originally Posted by ForMyMom
Please help. We had to move Mom to an Assisted Living for Memory Care facility in Plano, TX. We cleaned out her house and now have large boxes of fabric, quilt tools, plastic stencils (I guess this is what these are) and some quilt tables. I do not want to sell these items. Mom has always been a generous individual and I want to keep in the spirit. Can anyone please tell me where I can donate these items in Plano, Texas, to maximize the use of everything? I can divide them up between multiple
Originally Posted by Sewbeeit2
Just because they "look good " is not what matters. How the pressure treated the rubber in the canning process is the important factor....i would always ....Always use new lids please.
Originally Posted by Kitsie
A bunch of them here: Row F - 3 through 9! Cheated on F 6 Those tiny melon seeds, I fused them to stabilizer and raw-edge appliqued them on. Hey, I know my limits!