Originally Posted by buddy'smom
Yes it really is and a very pretty one to. This is a great one for those fabric's you hate to cut.
Originally Posted by Sandy64
Great pattern to use for a quick "need one now" quilt
Originally Posted by MommaDorian
Originally Posted by marymm
Beautiful job...Do you mind giving the name of the pattern and designer?
I used the Alabama block in Carol Doak's 50 Fabulous Paper-Pieced Stars. The table topper tutorial is on her Yahoo group. Join us there!!
Originally Posted by luana
This is my first post. I have learned so much from all of you. I just finished a twister quilt top and used all those little squares to make a pieced boarder. I've not seen this idea, so I thought I'd share. Hope my pic shows up.
Originally Posted by Kitsie
A fun row to do! The triangle is just a little too small so I may "sash" it. That little melon seed applique was insane but with Fray-check (my great friend) I was able to get it done! I am now posting all my pictures on PhotoBucket - hopefully the link will show at the bottom of my post or click here...
If you would like me to continue to post here, I will also do that!
I finished my third step in the Mystery Quilt Train Ride this morning; next clue will be given next Saturday. I'm hopeful that the black fabric I chose will work - it's not as good of quality as the other fabrics and besides that it's from some time back in the late 90's. I decided to try a mystery quilt because some of my quilt club friends have done them in the past at quilt retreat and make them sound like a lot of fun - what they don't always say is that they never finish them - they get started
So I finally joined the Board. I first heard about it through Pintrest, with the hexagon tutorial posted by Eddie.
So here is a little bit about me. Ive been quilting since November 2011 and have completed 4 quilts and a table runner and I have one quilt ready for quilting and 2 tops sitting around waiting patiently for their turn. I am grateful for my friend Jess for turning me on to this new addiction and my hubby for investing in a really great machine! I have been sewing on and off
Hello everyone! I haven't been by in a long time but it's because I have been very busy. I joined in Sept or Oct 2011 and chatted a few times, got the idea for my Skeleton Quilt, then went to Key Largo for Nov and Dec for a concrete job.
After getting back I attended a funeral in Jan and ran into dozens of old friends and told them I was starting to sew boat tops and upholstery. I got a few repair jobs for canvas tops and made a Vinyl top on my old Pfaff 332.
Well I started to get
Good morning all. I am new to the quilt world. I have gotten a small starter kit and a couple of fabric bundles from eBay. I have noticed that a lot of blogs are about fabrics and pricing. Being new to the fabric world where are some good places to get fabric. We have a Joann's here and a Hancock but Hancock does not have a very big selection on the quilt backing. And our Walmart does not sell fabric at all. HELP before I start this hobby
Today I received information regarding my secret pal - I love getting a new name. Brian and I look at the world map and find out where they're at and then look on line to discover a little bit about their home town; it's like getting a small geography lesson later in life. Thank you moderators for hosting all the fun events.
Originally Posted by Kitsie
Jill, I am enjoying it each and every time I work on a block from cutting to final pressing! Oh, what fun! Here is my progress! So I can see and enjoy it even now. Thanks all!