Originally Posted by Barb_MO
I made this quilt some time ago and just now got up the nerve to quilt it. I use a Janome 1600P on a New Joy Gold Standard frame which doesn't give much room for quilting. Had to roll the quilt about three times for each block.
I used a 4 inch pantograph for the borders, turning the quilt for each of them. I quilted the top border with the panto then free motion quilted the body basting the side borders as I went.
This pictures shows the quilt on the frame with the body quilting
Originally Posted by Jude
Looking for green/pink "crackle" design in that colorway. I have others I'm not using - bought some of about 15 different fabrics in that line; would trade or buy. Thanks.
I am moving from Miami to Vail AZ. Anyone out there looking for a perfect quilting house (plenty of room for a long arm) I have the best houe for it! Plus neighbors I hate to leave!! PM me for more info
Several years ago, before i was quilting, i recieved a flyer to get a quilting book/magazine subscription to American Patchwork & Quilting magazine. It was titled The Classic Quilts. In the flyer was a quilt titled Sunshine and Shade wall hanging done in green and blue batiks. It is just what i want. I have tried to find either the book or pattern with no success. If anyone can help me i would really appreciate it. Thank You.
Thank you for the feedback. Went to DVD and book site and understand why this is a good option. I also have a 301, so I actually will get double value! I believe I will go ahead and order a new belt etc from his store too. Thank you too for the link. Happy Sewing. Raine54RN
Originally Posted by MJ715
Anyone have a 2003 issue of American Patchwork and Quilting. I'm searching for a pattern that I saw displayed at a quilt show called "Wild Rose on Fence." If anyone is willing to share, I believe it might be in the June issue. The magazine website doesn't have issues going back that far.
I am going to be making placemats out of remnant upholstery fabric. I need to find a batting that will be stiff enough and not pucker, with a relatively thin profile. I am new to doing quilting and piecing projects so I would appreciate any tips you experienced people would like to share with me.
Waiting constructively for spring!
HELP! I am soooo confused. I want to get a frame to do some short arm quilting. I have extra machines so I can set it up and leave it. I have seen so many versions, I am overwhelmed. I see metal, wood, different type casters... Where to purchase...is there a place anyone knows of in the Northern KY area where I can see one? I work full time and don't have time to join a guild, so that is not an option.. I am lost...can anyone help?
Does anyone have a good idea for a small guild project?
Originally Posted by dove
Made this quilt for my MIL....thank you to the member that posted their pic which I used to make it...