Originally Posted by llama4114
So, I started this quilt a few months ago as something to do while my mother was in the hospital. I am sewing together the outside sections with the borders at this point, but I have no clue of what I am going to do for the binding. It's a large queen or a smallish king size quilt (I'm not really sure I just started working on it without any directions) made with ~2800 1" hexagons. I was thinking about just binding it as is, but I am not sure it that would work since the hexagons are so small.
Today's post isn't about quilting, but about electronics safety ...
My grandson lost my iPod Touch last night at our local Fred Meyer store. He left it in the cart (in excitement over the new Batman figure I bought him). The $4.99 Batman toy is going to cost me almost $400!!!!!
I learned today that I could have had a password on it to lock it so if I lost it (which I did) no one would be able to access the information on it. If you have one and it doesn't have a password
hello everyone. my name is carol. have really enjoyed and learn so much from this site and your post so finally got around to joining. am new quilter and loving it! My problem is even if i am a simple stich in the ditch quilting, i always end up with a couple of tugs on back of quilt. im bascially teaching my self to do this so I could sure use any advice. I pin carefully but still get them. Help really appreciated.
I am looking for ideas to make a throw quilt out of NFL Texan cotton fabric for my husband. Does anybody have any pattern ideas? Thanks!
Originally Posted by Jmillie
Wonderful tutorial. I have seen these made and almost took a class for it once. Now having access to a tutorial, sure is more tempting.
Originally Posted by hsquiltingmom
I have a question or two. I have noticed that there are several people who sell quilts on etsy. I know my friend sells quilts on etsy along with other things like some pre-cuts and hair bows. I noticed that on the items sold she has been selling the precuts, but none of her quilts, but I have noticed other quilt sellers who have sold quite a few quilts and was wondering what might make the difference. I have thought of making a few and trying to sell them on Etsy, if they
IV BEEN REMODLING MY BEDROOM AND SEWING ROOM CANT WAIT TO POST SOME PICTURES CHECK OUT MY WEB SITE AND SIGN MY GUEST BOOK
Originally Posted by DOTTYMO
Hi gran of 6
I have been waiting for the thread and same as you can not find it. So will post. I'm ready to go
Originally Posted by Plumtree
I teach quilting for my home school group. You will have lots of fun but it is a lot of work too, the kind that makes you feel good at the end of the day :-) 10 girls at once might be a bit much even with helpers. Do your helpers know how to sew/quilt? If not they tend not to be much help at least this has been my experience. My helpers offer to help so they can learn too, haha. If you have all older girls 13 and up then 10 I think would be okay but the younger ones tend to need lots of one
when I start my DJ in August as a BOM. Looking forward to the challenges