Originally Posted by Suzan88
Originally Posted by Prism99
Sharon Schamber has some great videos on Youtube that show how to block a square to the correct size. If you search on her name there, you will find them (mixed in with a lot of other great Youtube videos she has there!).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQkF02vpVuw this is the one to stretch a block
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3keKl...eature=related squaring up a block
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIjZqABo2NY shrinking a block using starch
Originally Posted by KimS
Can someone tell me what the name is for the quilt/blanket that covers only the foot of the bed? Thanks!!
OK ladies need your help.
I am working on my third quilt. I really struggle with the 1/4 seam allowance. I have the 1/4 foot, have put tape on my throat plate and everything but still have problems. We are making a block of the month. I am on block #4 and just finished it. Cutting I am sure was correct. Well the block measures 12" maybe 12 1/8 . Not the 12 1/2 as the others. What to do!!!! This block had so many seams and I really do not want to try and make another one
for anyone in the area of New Braunfels, Texas you may already know about this theft as it was published in the local media but the link to the article on karen combs blog is still relevant as her priceless quilts are still missing.
Is there a way to enlarge a quilt block on the computer?
Two years in the making. Quilted by "Stitching Joy", with hearts in corners and ribbons to the center hearts. Center hearts from Lynn, to Chris.
Completed June 2012
Originally Posted by J Miller
Your Rodney is a typical HA-1 15 clone. The wiring block in the end compartment was they way those and many others were wired. Nothing complicated or difficult there. The entire wiring block harness is still available from many sources.
There are a couple types of foot controllers. One type will have a spring loaded lever that swings in a arch making contact with many contact points. At each point the motor speed should increase. These contacts can burn, corrode, and pit.
Originally Posted by ND-Mom
I made this quilt (my 5th) and posted a picture here few days ago.
Many ladies asked what kind of pattern this is. I can't answer the question. I saw a similar quilt here months ago and thought I'll give it a try with different colors. The border is my own design. I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a name for this pattern. If there is not, I'd like to call it North Dakota garden.
I came to US 24 years ago. I am a Chinese (US citizen for 15 years). I started
Does anyone have a formula for charging someone to put on a binding for their quilt? It is a curved, scalloped edge!