Originally Posted by kbishburg
After working on this for 3 months, I finished it in time for Rosh HaShana when her majesty honors us with a visit! it is the first quilt I have made that is exclusively my design.
Originally Posted by Kitsie
Hope this is useful for you all!
Today I am working in the garden and making Apple Sauce, and thinking, always thinking. I am thinking about the few Late Apples, They still make good Apple sauce although you might have to cut off some bad spots.
Do you ever notice that there always seems to be at least one in every crowd. I have a negative comment I am leaving dressed in applesauce, but I tell you what, if you can't stand the heat then stay out of the kitchen!
And if you aren't going to do something, then
Updated 09-18-2012 at 05:48 PM by marytoddliz
Though I haven't said so, it is high time I did. I love this board!
The posts are informative; the pictures inspiring; the links are must haves; and I visit here every single day. There aren't many things I do every day, but this is certainly one of them.
My quilting life is very full. Not only am I doing the calendar BOM and the Craftsy BOM, but I'm dabbling in other projects as well.
Last night I finished (well, almost) the hand-quilting on Old Yeller.
Originally Posted by K.P.
I'm using up some Christmas fabric from the past on this scrappy red and green quilt, now all I need is a cabin in the woods to use it in...fits my king-size bed, hope this post works, have not been successful in the past, but tried to resize the picture, we'll see...wish me luck! Not exactly where I wanted it or the right size but it appears to be here!
Originally Posted by Quiltforme
The other day I found some wonderful charm packs that I could not live without. Moda Lumier de noel and Moda solids in white to tan. I purchased 2 packs each and was going to make the d4p, however I was very tired when I made my first 2 I gave up and tried something else. I took two blocks and decided to cut the 4 patches in half corner to corner then I used half of each block and to make a pinwheel. It looked ok but I wanted more. So I decided to do the dp4 patch method and this is what I ended
Originally Posted by tsoles
Thanks to all. This will be a challenge. Teresa from NC...Also I am getting to know alot of really nice people. I think my future on this site will be great.....
Originally Posted by doowopddbop
A traditional block using modern fabrics. I guess that makes it a Modern Dresden. I am still not so sure what makes a quilt "modern". I used Darlene Zimmerman's EZ Dresden ruler to make the petals, then quilted the center using a curved arc - reminds me of a Spirograph game when I was a kid. The background and border quilting just followed the pattern of the fabric. I sure like my new table topper.
Some more entries.
I am so thrilled this year to have entered in competition. Here are some photos of quilts that won. My quest to reach 120 UFO Completions is getting closer and my work is getting better as I go. I will say, you must learn to do binding correct to finally finish a project to its fullest beauty. After getting the comments again from the judges on bindings, I now am mastering the art of binding. It really does make the quilt look better.