I have a pattern that's a diamond shape log cabin star quilt. I was doing the pattern but my diamonds are coming out way different in sizes. Can anyone help me?
Originally Posted by sewbizgirl
This was a fun one to make. I got carried away with the quilting-- usually don't put this much quilting on my quilts. I have a great new Juki 2010Q and the FMQ is a pleasure! I had some fun with the back, too.
Originally Posted by EllieGirl
I have seen tutorials where the person has a machine that sits flush with the table. Then when you FMQ the quilt is spread out flat, not hanging off the sides. Where can you get those tables?
Has anyone used the Sizzix big Shot or Big Kick for cutting fabric. Both machines are supposed to take templates from other machines and do the job with fabric. Would I be better off with the AquQuilt Machine which is more expensive or will the Sizzix's do the job. I would appreciate comments from people who have had experiences with the machines. Thank you.
Hi Just wondering if someone could give me a good idea of a long arm quilting design that would look good on a Dresdan plate quilt top? Thanks so much
I bought ( about 6 months ago) and just put them away 2--30pc of 4x4 bundles cute frogs on ebay next time I'm going to ask die or hand cut. I'm so made not one is 4x4 now I have to cut down to 3 1/2or 3 3/4
thanks for listening grammey1956
Originally Posted by charismah
A lady came in and taught this to use a few months back at a long arm quilters meeting and I thought I would share. I am one of those people who do hand binding but when you are in a hurry and you need binding done fast..this is the way!
You will need two different colors for the binding strips
You cut the outer edge 1 3/8 you cut the flange peice 1 5/8 (inches)
Then sew them just like you would normal binding in one long strip ( short side ...to short side right
Originally Posted by kristakz
I've never done this, but I found this link. http://www.docstoc.com/docs/30766345...e---Ricky-Tims Reading it, I believe the measurements are like this:
Cut your 2 squares the height of your finished block plus 1/2 " - so, 2 1/4" in your case. Cut the rectangle the finished width plus 1/2" - so 4" in your case.
So you need to cut two 2 1/4" squares of your background colour, and one 2 1/4 x 4" rectangle of your goose colour.
Originally Posted by Dollyo
This was posted on one of my yahoo frame quilting groups. They have since put the link in their files.
It answered some questions for me and I've watched & read alot about longarm tension.
Originally Posted by LoisM
Just had to share this adorable graphic I came across yesterday. Doesn't it just make you smile?