Originally Posted by postal packin' mama
Completely reversible king-size quilt; both sides are made totally from scraps.
I used Warm & Natural batting. It's a bit heavy as it's got so many (thousands,
it seemed!) seam allowances enclosed so it's nice to be able to "change" the quilt
by just turning it over.
This one is "Buggy Wheels". I used white sashing and white binding on this side.
Originally Posted by charismah
This is by far the most modern GFG I have ever seen. Bookworm did a great job peicing (all by hand of course)! She knew specifically how she wanted it quilted ...so that was easy for me..hehe.
It has all the good ingrediants, WOW, sparkly fabric, swirly fabrics, nice colors and clearly a lot of love!
Thanks so much Bookworm!
Hi; Exactly as stated. I would like a bobbin case for a 117-959 kenmore sewing machine. If you would like too sell me one please let me know and I can send money and pay for shipping costs. Thank You Andy
It's been a long while since I have been here, and I apologize for that.. I did want to let all of " Ollie's angels" here who ask about him, that I am posting a few new photos for ya'll to look at. He is doing ok, some rough spots the last few months, but he is doing better, and progressing in his activities.. He is now, though he will be 2 years old in Oct, started to roll from side to side, tummy to back.. He is also using his right hand a little more, though he still can't hold anything
Updated 06-17-2012 at 08:19 PM by aneternalpoet
It seems like forever since I have posted to this blog. I have sew many projects floating around I decided it would be easier to set up several sewing machines with projects in laundry baskets near those machines with the set thread color handy. This way all I needed to decide was which machine I wanted to sit at that day.
Right!!! this was a good idea in theory but there is still only one of me and so many hours in a day. But I am still planning the multiple sewing machine
Updated 06-17-2012 at 11:29 AM by Havplenty
Originally Posted by finimom
I made the blocks for my string quilt by sewing strips to a piece of fabric for each block. If I wanted to add sashing, should I also double the sashing strips by sewing them to the same base fabric I used for the blocks? Or should I use fusible interfacing on the sashing, or should I just use a single layer fabric for the sashing?
I would appreciate to hear (read) your opinions.
Today I went to a Quilt class. It's called Beginner Quilter Club at A Touch of Amish store. It was good, I liked it and learned a few things. The best thing about the class was it was FREE. Yep you hear me right FREE and they offer it once a month!! I can't beat that. It's like a BOM type deal. Oh you don't have to bring anything but the BOM from the previous month! And on top of that,,,, you don't make you buy their fabric either!! I am in love with it!!
Ok,, I have
Originally Posted by GrannieAnnie
Originally Posted by quiltykim
Hi! I am making 16 patch blocks and cant figure out if I should press the 4 row seams to one direction or use the twirly thing trick which opens up the seams a little more. Help!
What I've been doing is treat each individual block as always-----iron to the dark. When I sew the 4 blocks together, I number my rows, then iron each uneven row to the left and even rows to the right. When I connect those rows, i don't end up with a lot of fabric in any seam.
This is my first time so please bare with me. I have two questions. First one is when you tie instead of quilting what is it called. Second is when I am binding I don't want to call it a quilt because I am tying it when I'm almost done the binding starts twisting how can I prevent this from happening any suggestion will help and will be appreciated. I have not tried quilting yet. But I do make the whole blanket well lap tops tie them with batting then I donate them to the cancer hospital for children.