Originally Posted by judykay
I am a hand quilter and also love doing red work and other forms of hand stitching. I have had a problem with marking my quilt tops as some markers just don't wash out and some do not show up well so I tried something different and it worked for me. I use wash away light weight interfacing and draw my design on it and use glue stick to adhere it to my quilt top. This way I can audition my design with out putting any marks on my fabric. I used this for embroidering on towels and it works great. For
Originally Posted by dottiequilts
I teach hand embroidery at our local quilt store in Clinton, Wi. and the absolute best thing to use is pellon SF101. It is a fusible apparel interfacing that looks like a fine muslin when iron onto the fabric. Don't iron it on until after you have traced the embroidery design. This stuff doesn't gum up the needle or offer any resistance. It hides all those little threads. Our shop carries it, but I originally found it at JoAnn's and bought a whole bolt after using it for a project. I always
I am free motion quilting a quilt every time I turn around I am breaking a needle. I own a Singer Tradition and I have two darning feet one hops the other does not. Can anyone give me some advice on what to do.
Originally Posted by ncredbird
Just came across some free quilt patterns that I had never seen before and thought some of you might enjoy them also. They can be found at:
Hope you can use some of them. Ann in Tn
Originally Posted by born2quilt
I was determined I would use some of my scraps before starting another project. Got out my box of half square triangles and put together a quilt I sent to my brother and sister-in-law in MA to snuggle with on their cold nights and the other is just pieces of some solids I had.
Originally Posted by tesspug
McCall's offers this wall hanging as a free download.
Originally Posted by ontheriver
Working on a new scrappie this weekend for National Quilt Day and Virtual Day tomorrow. First two pics are of progress up to now, two rows ready to go together. Last week I made about 150 string blocks, so it is time to put them to use.
And still no dent in the scrap bucket.
The third pic is a wall hanging I made using the pattern My Whimsical Quilt Garden by Becky Goldsmith and Linda Jenkins.
The last pic is a wallhanging my mom just made for me. She did all
Originally Posted by paintmejudy
Click on these for the other mystery quilts I designed.
Originally Posted by alvgoodyear
Just a simple question. Where do I find the other three
Originally Posted by purplemem
Bricks and Stepping Stones
Each large pinwheel is made of 16 HSTs. Hopefully, the 2nd picture helps you see the arrangement: