I I resized it all lets see
Hello sorry about the wall !!!
Trying again to post picture of my quilt
wish me well
Just finished the binding a few min,s ago so Happy ... Dear Daughter is on her way to steal my new treasure hahah
Originally Posted by Scrappy Grace
Here's my block #1. These are big blocks, but fun to make. I plan on making 1 or 2 a week. Not sure how many I'll be making yet.
Originally Posted by Johanna Fritz
I love to design quilts in EQ7. I make free patterns for Quilts for Kids-Milwaukee Chapter. I enjoy taking a very simple block and changing up the setting to have many possibilities. With this one block I made 10 very different settings. I have 3 attached below, plus the rotary cutting guide and a block diagram.
This makes a 6 inch finished block, so that the HST can be made with charm squares, and the squares and rectangles can be cut from Jelly Roll strips that are 2.5" wide.
Sorry , had trouble adding photo. This topper took about 6 hours to sew together.
This topper took me about 6 hours to do. The total number of block are 16, so it fits on a double bed size
Originally Posted by tesspug
I saw this pattern in Fons and Porter's "Easy Quilts" winter 2012. I used a FQ pack of Sweetgrass Prairie from Connecting Threads. My LA quilter quilted swirls with hearts. I named it "Mi Casa es su Casa." Thanks for looking.
Hello Everyone, Just signed up last night on the Quilting Board and thought I would introduce myself. I love making quilts. I believe everyone in my family now has one that I've made. I use to quilt by hand until I injured my shoulder at work and that lead me to getting a longarm machine but standing at work and trying to stand at a machine wasn't working for me. I just bought a Brother PQ1500 and thought I would give FMQ a try. I've been looking on the internet for information about FMQ on a domestic
I have bought a new quilting frame with machine with Qbot all ready set up but now I would like to buy a long arm machine to replace my Husquvarna Viking mega quilter. Can anyone give me an idea on what machines to look at?