I'm trying to find a pattern for the New Orleans Puzzle table top center piece. Can anyone direct me in the right direction.
Originally Posted by Lyncat
My DH built this for me. I love it!
Originally Posted by wolph33
a queen sized made from scraps of the last few tops.I had a fibro flare and a cold-spent 10 days in bed.then I spent 3 days with my sewing machine.feeling better-but not all the way back yet.fibro is a bear at times.
Help! When I am using the fancy stitches, it works fine for a while, then they start to get long. Anybody else have this problem and do you have a solution.
Originally Posted by JNCT14
You have GOT to try this block. It really does go together in 5 minutes - I timed it! This one is a baby quilt for my nephew. I hand stitched each of the white pinwheels to make the curved edge and I echo quilted the red/white pinwheels formed by the pattern on my mid arm machine. Suzanne's tute is excellent and easy to follow. There are several ways to put the blocks together if you don't like pinwheels.
I have a hand made king size chapel window quilt that my grandma made. Any tips on where I can sell it and for how much?
Originally Posted by Kitsie
Here are G 10, 11, 12 &13. NEXT?? I posted on General Chit-Chat about just one more reason that keeps me going with it. Thanks for enjoying with me!
Originally Posted by nannyrick.com
I would like to purchase some Kona white and would like to know what you
think is the best place to buy.I need quite a bit and would like to get a good
Thanks in advance.
My husband and I share a room for our hobbies and I have removed almost all my quilting stuff from the room and we started pulling his stuff out too ... new carpet and paint, then back it all goes ... maybe ... I am wondering where I am going to end up with all my stuff ... right now it is stacked all over the family room and my longarm ... they will be here on Monday to measure for carpet and then it's just a matter of time for it to be ordered and installed ... plenty of work to do before then
Originally Posted by Quiltforme
once you have cut all 4 sides 1 1/4" this is where the dp4 comes in. On the first row take the middle block you have created and turn it 180 degrees. On the second row take the first block and the 3rd block turn 180 degrees. Do the same on the 34d row. You will not touch the corner pieces. Then start on the first row and see next photo
yeah it worked!!! Ok this is what you end up with after cutting all around now turn all you have to do is turn the pieces and sew together!