Originally Posted by Lady Jane
Thia is so pretty, our quilt club did one of a Snowman in 3D.
Is this a pattern that one can purchase, or is it your own pattern? I would love to make this for Daughter & Daughter- in laws for next year. I went on line trying to find the pattern , but no such luck.
Originally Posted by sharoney
Here is another top waiting for the dr.'s OK to start FMQ.
Originally Posted by Tweety2911
Just finished quilt for my college niece Emily. Didn't want anything traditional so I stayed clear of those patterns :-)
Will be seeing her soon and hope she likes her new quilt. I used black flannel for the backing for extra warmth.
This pattern was from a class taken at Quilt Guild last year.
Thanks for looking!
Originally Posted by MarthaT
I can't take credit for the beautiful piecing! I just finished hand quilting and binding this beautiful quilt for one of my customers. Thought you all would enjoy the finished product.
Originally Posted by crafterrn1
I love my EQ and have since EQ4. I use it everyday! That being said why don't you use it? How do you learn? Do you like videos? EQ has many videos in the program and at the Do you eq site. Are you able to follow a book step by step. The directions in the book are the perfect way to learn EQ. I am an instructor as well. I have lessons written for EQ 6 that can be used in EQ 7. I am also writing new lessons for EQ 7. Let me know what you need and what you want to do. The first thing to do in EQ is
Originally Posted by Rhonda
Originally Posted by Elisabrat
I received this pretty block from my swap partner. What a colorful modern feel it has! Thank you!
it's beautiful and really bright and colorful!
Originally Posted by MimiBug123
We are starting a new sewing circle/quilting group at my church. I went out of town and was elected "leader" while I was gone. Nice, huh? Well, we don't have many who know how to sew. I need some ideas of easy things I can suggest for them to do. We are planning a spring bazaar to raise money for air conditioner repairs for the church. I am afraid what they make will look like kids made them! Any suggestions for things to make or for ideas leading this diverse group will be greatly
Originally Posted by happyjan
I have bought a midarm quilting machine and live in the country too far away from anywhere to take classes. Does anyone know where to find the best online classes, dvd's or youtube clips? I have searched youtube but there are so many and so far, what I have found hasn't been very helpful.
Also I am in Australia and wondering about the American quilting shows on tv. Are they worth subscribing to over the internet?
Hope you can help me
Hope I can go too this show!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!