Originally Posted by mike'sgirl
Spray the fabric on one side and then press till dry on the other side. This makes sure that the starch gets into the fabric.
Thank You, I will try this.
Well 50 0nly comes around once so he took the plunge...literally.
My DH jumped out of a plane from 1400 meters. Here is a pic to prove it.
He really loved it and wants to go again real soon. Start Saving Hun lol
I am thinking of purchasing the electric quilt software. What are the pros and cons. I would appreciate any feedback. Is it worth the money, is it user friendly?
Originally Posted by Treasureit
I have made my grandsons quilts but I can't think of anything else to make. The girls are easy..I have made Totes, doll clothes, purses, etc. But I am stumped for the fellers! ages are 2-3. Would love to hear and see what you have made.
Originally Posted by nanacc
Been prowling around for a long time. Still experimenting, but maybe I'll figure out the tricks to posting. Not very savy on pics.
Guess it's time for me to do my own quilting, getting too pricey to send out quilts. I am leaning toward a 301A, Singer. I see ads on Craig's List for 301 and 401's and don't know the difference. I would like to make the correct choice as only want to buy one ONCE if you know what I mean.
Originally Posted by fallonquilter
I found some old soft silk thread at a garage sale and tried it for hand embroidery. I really liked it. It was smooth as butter. What do you think of it?
Originally Posted by DeneK
I think I am going to call this Alien Moons.
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