Well we had our county fair this past week end, and I got several ribbons, 3, 3ed place, 2, 2ed place, and 7, 1st place, and best of show, grand champion. WOW I was not expecting any, so was a real surprise. LOL
Work on my little Cottage is really coming along, power in, lights in, air & heat all in and it works great, all insulated and sheet rock almost all done ready to paint, then sink and counter will go in and flooring. I can hardly wait, so ready to do some dyeing!!
Can anyone help me find the pattern for this quilt?
Yesterday was a no-quilting day. I had a writing assignment I HAD to finish for work. I cheated Sunday and quilted all day. Trying to get enough projects for hand quilting to keep me busy in Israel.
Originally Posted by cdroter
I found it!!! Remember, it is deep enough to hold 2 drawers per sliding drawer.
Originally Posted by stitchinbee
After being unable to find a simple reference sheet for the Carpenters Wheel quilt, I decided to make my own. I hope others will find this useful. I have included an image and a pdf file, if you prefer. Enjoy.
*** Please Note: I did not included any measurements so that you may make the quilt (or other item) any size that works for you.
Carpenters Wheel / Star Project Reference Sheet JPG Format
There is a plethora of patriot quilt blocks that tempt me. Wouldn't you know, I would love to make a block I found & it is an 11 1/2" and I need it to be 12 1/2.
I would love to be a mathematical genius but I'm not.
Is there anyone who can help? I appreciate it.
So, I am new to quilting but not to sewing. I have a Baby Lock Sophia 2 machine. I use this machine to piece and I want to use it to quilt as well. Does anyone have any tips, suggestions or comments on the dos and don'ts of quilting on a regular sewing machine?
Wa hey another quilt polished off
So this quilt was for my precious daughter, who is 2 going 12. She is turning into a little madam but is too cute to get mad at .
I wanted to use something that wasn't too babyish but still kid friendly.
so here it is.....
The front is made from a jelly roll and fabric bundle from Walmart and also got the pattern
I saved a picture of a quilt named Endless Maze, but now have no idea where I saw it and would like very much to find the pattern. Can anyone help? It seems to use an Attic Windows type block which is sewn in a diagonal, but this quilt has some variations within it which would make it very hard to build from scratch.
Originally Posted by fmhall2
There is a very good tutorial on this Board for Quilted Recliner covers. Go to "Archives" on the bottom of this page, then open Tutorials. Go down to about #130 or thereabouts and open "Quilted Recliner Slipcover Tutorial." It is by AnitaST on 01-10-2012. She explains it very well and has excellent pictures. Hope this helps. I plan to make one myself for my recliner.