Originally Posted by Patricia Faye
Please join us in a Weekly Paper Pieced Sampler Quilt Along working through Carolyn Cullinan McCormick's book Quilts for Rosie - Paper Piecing Patterns from the '40s published by Kansas City Star Books. There are 20 paper pieced blocks in this quilt. You will need to purchase the book to be able to participate. The book retails for approximately $25.95 and is available online at Amazon.com, HomespunHearth.com, EBAY, Joann.com and Quiltfabricstore.com. No patterns or tutorials will be provided
Originally Posted by postal packin' mama
Completely reversible king-size quilt; both sides are made totally from scraps.
I used Warm & Natural batting. It's a bit heavy as it's got so many (thousands,
it seemed!) seam allowances enclosed so it's nice to be able to "change" the quilt
by just turning it over.
This one is "Buggy Wheels". I used white sashing and white binding on this side.
I spent six hours at my local quilt shop quilting with friends. It has been a few weeks since I had been and it was good to catch up with everyone.
I had a stack of flannel sample squares that were given to me to make some charity quilts with. I have made one, and was able to decide on and cut out two more. There was enough that one of my friends purchased the rest of it to make one for herself. I now have money to give to the group to spend on supplies for more quilts!
We are celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary with a first trip to Ireland for 2 weeks. We have decided to "travel light" and take only one carry-on each. I have always overpacked for trips in the past, and have sworn to learn how to get by with less. Can anyone help me with suggestions? Has it worked for you or is it worth it to lug a bigger suitcase? We are renting a car and will be in and out of many hotels, so wanted to make it easy on ourselves. Thanks in advance!
I am trying to get some of the Minnesota Shop Hop 2011 Fabric, would like either the border fabric or the overall scenic print. Would like a yard of either. Anyone have some hidden away?
I love surfing online and making a list of the Quilting Tutorials that I find online.
Updated 07-03-2012 at 10:59 AM by craftybear
Originally Posted by Kitsie
We have for your viewing pleasure today's offerings: D9, Triangle Top 8, and D10-OCrap followed by D10 remade. D10 OCrap took 4 hours yesterday but the remake took 5 1/2 hours today!! Those darn little HST on the corners. Course if I'd cut them bigger would have been fine but I was limited to the amount of fabric I had. Time for shower and lunch (or maybe the vice versa as it is 1:30pm)
I love surfing online to find cool links for all of us to enjoy. I am now finding looks about cleaning old vintage sewing machines.
I love surfing online to find all kinds of things and now I am searching for crock pot recipes.
Macaroni & Cheese
A few weeks ago I visited a Amish lady, who had a couple of quilts for sale. One was a storm at sea, finished, and the second one was a fan quilt she had on the frame. Now every thing I have been taught and learned has been that you start quilting in the middle and work out. Correct? Well not so with with Rachel, she had quilted all of the out side borders, and was then working on the blocks and sashing row by row. She did NOT have a single pucker on the back of either quilt. I know this, as they