I need to be finishing work to graduate on May 11. The weather is beautiful-I want to plant beautiful flowers. I want to work on my quilts! What's a girl to doooooooooooo!!??
Originally Posted by Wild8580
My quilt den was needing a good cleaning and some reorganization. I was inspired after reading Bonnie Hunters tutorial on fabric folding and modified to fit my units. Sorry I didn't take before pictures although it was somewhat organized before. I had purchased the storage units from ikea a few years back and all my fabric was in tubs that I could slide in and out. Ikea made shelves for the units, so I bought them and began to sort and re-fold every piece of fabric I owned. I donated unwanted and
Originally Posted by EllieGirl
I have a combo sewing/embroidery machine and very seldom use the embroidery. I would like to make some squares to put into a quilt and I'm not sure how to go about doing it.
Here’s a quilt my mother made for her granddaughter to celebrate her 21st Birthday, Sally found the design in a book and brought it to mum, “Grandma, I’d love this for my 21st Birthday, could you….?
Eek, no pattern, no instructions, just an image. So mum set about it valiantly, scaling up the image then drawing it onto a backing layer, sourcing the fabrics, so many Rainbow colours, so little time.
The quilt was displayed
Hi ladies. Got a "burning question" and need you help Does anyone know of a quilt pattern which has an oriental flare to it with the center portion using a panel (think it was birds) . Think the outer edges had semi circles? I loved the sight of that quilt.and can not locate what it was I saw
Hi ladies, does anyone know where I can buy FLANNEL Joel Dewberry Aviary 2 fabric?
Good morning all. I have just joined and very excited to be a part of this. Was wondering about general pointers for beginners quilting/sewing classes for kids. Thinking about running a school holiday program and looking for some ideas, what you have found works best, what to avoid, age range etc Thanks a million.*
Originally Posted by Sue Kitten
I'm always having trouble getting my backing fabric to stay wrinkle free. I have tried pinning the fabric down first, I've tried taping, clamping it to a board & I just can not get rid of the wrinkles after I Pin baste the sandwich together. I have tried repining it again after all pins are in but when I'm guilting all of the darn wrinkes are back again. I have more wrinkles in my project than an 80 year old person. Lol. Any suggestions will be most appreciated.
Originally Posted by gmcsewer
Do any of you know where I can get a free paper pieced alphabet? I want to make one row of my GD T Shirt quilt with her name in it.
I have a new embroidery collection of redwork chickens that sewed on my embroidery machine. After I made a few samples I decided to put them together in a quilt. I spent many hours searching quilt patterns to find one to put the chicken in the middle. I finally laid the blocks on the floor and the the quilt designed itself. I hope you like chickens as much as I do