I have recently pulled my Cathedral Window back out. Life happens and other projects took over my time. My goal is to finish this before I allow myself to start another project. Having a "Fold/Iron" marathon until all needed to finish is complete, then I will go from there. With this concept, I am hoping it will feel like I am moving faster, lol. Is there anyone else working on a CW at the moment?
Kate makes a beautiful stitch and is extremely easy to treadle. But, Lordy is she noisy!! When compared to a National VS and early White VS, the shuttle is a rattle trap. As a result, I am not sewing with it anymore.
Originally Posted by Neighmond
The two lower ones are Singer 20. It's an introductory sewing machine geared towards girls. Makes a chain stitch and is pretty simple, gets them ready to graduate to the regular machine. The left one has a motor, the right one is hand operated. I think that top one looks like an old Wilcox and Gibbs, but I never worked on them when I was in the shop-they were just too far and few for me.
Thanks, I thought the top one was a W & G but have never seen one with a motor.
Originally Posted by cuppi duke
I have been off of quilting since July with a torn rotator cuff but I wanted to post the last picture quilt that I did. This quilt was made for another nice lady on the board. I have met so many nice people since I joined.
Originally Posted by Ruthie F
I went to my scrap box and made this quilt
Updated 01-17-2013 at 05:29 PM by Ruthie F
I'm having issues with my ruler always moving on me while I'm cutting long strips of fabric. I have purchased the suction cup handle to place on my ruler & also put the sandpaper dots on the underside of my ruler. What am I doing wrong or how can I correct this issue?
Thank you in advance for all suggestions.
Here are links to the Booms I have finished as well as the blocks for individual swaps I have made and received.
Originally Posted by sandyl
I grew up in the quad cities in Illinois and our big treat was to go to the Maid Rite for sandwiches. I would love to have the real recipe for these sandwiches. They are loose ground beef and served with the "standard" of mustard, onion and pickle. I think the gr. beef was steamed with coca cola or something. Such a yummy sandwich and every time we go "home" I must visit a Maid-Rite restaurant.
If anyone has the recipe for these sandwiches I would love to try
Originally Posted by grammey1956
I just love these quilt so bright and happy looking thanks for show them thanksgrammy1956