Just pulled a quilt off the longarm machine and am so frustrated. The back had a center with a border all the way around - I thought I had it all figured out so there would be a border all the way around once it was quilted, but the bottom of the quilt top came just to the bottom of the interior square ... no border on the bottom.
I am glad this is a 'charity' quilt, but and the recipient will never know it wasn't supposed to be the way it is, but it is so frustrating. I thought I
I live alone but going through all of your postings I feel like I am discussing all these subjects with all of you.
I am always making quilts. Have made over 50 (I lost count years ago).
Please, keep me informed re what is going on in the world of quilting.
going to be in the Denver area Sept 29- Oct1st is there a quilt store in the north denver area or anything going on that I can visit or see????
Originally Posted by MrsM
A co-worker made this pie and brought it into work. It is so yummy...I even wanted to lick the plate.
1 ready made chocolate crust
1 eight ounce package of cream cheese
1cup of peanutbutter
1 1/4 cup powdered sugar
1 container of cool whip (or any type of whipped topping)
Mix cream cheese and peanut butter together, then add powdered sugar and beat until well blended.
Add whipped cream topping and beat at high speed until smooth.
Originally Posted by annkolpin
Would someone please explain to me WHY I must use a paper foundation when cutting and making hexagons. Is is because of the bias edges?? Can I make them without the paper foundation?
Well I did not know there was a Blog for members on this board.
I am loving this site.
Joined the Secret Santa and Ornament exchange SWAPS. Looking forward to creating and sharing with others.
The Berrien Towne & Country Quilt Show is fast approaching. We will be opening the doors of the Vineland Center, St. Joseph, Michigan at 2:00pm Friday October 12, 2012. This is in the beautiful Sunset Coast of Southwest Michigan. 171 beautiful quilts made by the members and antique quilts, members boutique, silent auction with proceeds going to the area food bank of SW michigan . Quilt Raffle and American Girl Doll Raffle.
Come join us in the fun Admission $6.00
Originally Posted by applique
Getting back to work on this McKenna Ryan quilt. I have tomorrow off and it looks like a good chunk of time next week to work on this quilt and another which uses a lot of flowers. I will be able to stitch all the pink flowers and all the purple ones at one time before changing threads. It is in two pieces at the moment which will make stitching the flowers easier. Then I will add the middle and bottom. Have a pile of fused and ready to fuse flowers to cut out and fill in the empty spots. Then a
I have been quilting for seven years and find myself needing/wanting a new lap hoop. I have the traditional round 14" hoop (very old and flimsy) without a lap or floor stand attachment and l am looking into investing in a newer, more solidly constructed hoop. I have researched the newer ones on the internet, but still cannot decide which one will best suit my needs. There are quite a few new options, and I was hoping that some of you might be able to offer feedback
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