Originally Posted by purplemem
Bricks and Stepping Stones
Each large pinwheel is made of 16 HSTs. Hopefully, the 2nd picture helps you see the arrangement:
Originally Posted by SuperiorThreads
For all you Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunts, and everyone , there's a really cute Necktie Onesie tutorial on the Superior Threads website. A video tutorial with a free pattern to make a cute outfit for a baby.
Originally Posted by Mari Marike
I used this tutorial: http://www.kickassquiltsupplies.com/Share/taketwo.htm
The finished size is ~152x200 cm
emblife's string quilt
My husband said" when are you making something for us?" I worked all last summer and finally finished this winter. I had to fussycut and chane the blocks to work around my fabric. This was by stoff and was Christmas fabric. I have to finish up on pillow shams and throw pillows yet. I will make one side to match the quilt pattern and the other side will be Christmas. Then I can just turn them around at Christmas time.Attachment 401388Attachment 401390
Originally Posted by Kara
Not wanting to make a cutie froo-froo table runner...
I chose a more dramatic scene....
And it's done with a few weeks to spare
Can anyone recommend an on line store or magazine where I can buy flannel, which are put together so I don't have to make sure the patterns coordinate?
I received a new Janome 8077 for Christmas 2012 from my husband. I love using it, however I want to attempt free motion quilting...with practice on scrap pieces first until I learn to do it correctly.
My question is....I have looked on the internet and found several darning feet for FMQ. Any recommendations? Should I get one with plastic foot or metal...pros and cons.
Do I HAVE to buy a Janome brand darning foot or will any manufacturer darning foot work? There is a large