This is a georgous quilt, quite stunning. Keep up the great work!!
Originally Posted by diane-a
I have made a puff quilt the same way cant find pattern how did you hook the top and bottom together?
I am looking at the Baby Lock. Sophia....it is $700.00.
I love the needle threader and in the past never thought about embroidery.
I have a Bernina (no embroidery) and a small Jenome, which I would need to sell....Any thoughts?
Originally Posted by loisf
I made this little quilt for the new grandson of my work colleague. The back is Minky. I'll make the label when the little guy is born, so I can add his name and date of birth. I'm quite pleased with the results.
Originally Posted by Izy
So many of you have requested a tute on how I made the cushion in this topic:
So here it is!
Please bear with me while I post pictures through several posts as there are a LOT!!
I made a couple of boo boo's!! I am sure you will spot them!.. It clearly is a case of do as I say NOT as I do LOL!
Hope you all have fun with this technique!
Can anyone tell me if this is a good machine or not. I am considering buying one tomorrow
Originally Posted by nabobw
They are reversible.
Originally Posted by Buckeye Rose
I just finished this top and finally this one is for me! It really was wickedly easy...LOL.
Originally Posted by judykay
I am a hand quilter and also love doing red work and other forms of hand stitching. I have had a problem with marking my quilt tops as some markers just don't wash out and some do not show up well so I tried something different and it worked for me. I use wash away light weight interfacing and draw my design on it and use glue stick to adhere it to my quilt top. This way I can audition my design with out putting any marks on my fabric. I used this for embroidering on towels and it works great. For
Originally Posted by dottiequilts
I teach hand embroidery at our local quilt store in Clinton, Wi. and the absolute best thing to use is pellon SF101. It is a fusible apparel interfacing that looks like a fine muslin when iron onto the fabric. Don't iron it on until after you have traced the embroidery design. This stuff doesn't gum up the needle or offer any resistance. It hides all those little threads. Our shop carries it, but I originally found it at JoAnn's and bought a whole bolt after using it for a project. I always