Originally Posted by littlehud
What a great bag. Thanks for the tute.
Originally Posted by SusanMarie1956
I want to make tote bags that has Strength in them. How do you make the sides and bottoms of them stronger? I heard once about something that was " fusible "... That's the only word I remember? fusible what???
Originally Posted by JaneAustenFan
Hi everyone. I'm a beginner to quilting and I've just completed two blocks for the 'Memories of Japan' oriental quilt but I'm not sure if they look ok? I've posted pics of some of the fabrics I will use, some of which have large prints. The big prints have to be fussy cut but I think the finished blocks don't quite look right, maybe it's just me because of the prints. Here's a pic of the pattern quilt so you know what the finished one looks like. The sashing I will use is the gold fabric in the
Originally Posted by carolaug
love using my scraps...hubby is happy...saving tons of money...I am on a roll, no buying fabric this year.
Originally Posted by chairjogger
satin stitching the 40 lady bugs. will use soft velcro dots on the large bugs to give texture.. sun is raised above with extra batting under circle of sun.
still working hard..
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!