Originally Posted by Dakota Girl
I am wondering if the rust may be caused, by the high humidities that we had this past summer. While working on a quilt,
you may want to spread it out, when you put it away in the evenings to work on it the next day. I know that here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, things, this past summer, often felt damp, even with the a/c on. Maybe fresh circulating air is the answer. I am so sorry that you have this problem and am hoping that you can restore it.
Thank you Dakota Girl, Yes, I
I went to a local quilt show and they had this block as a demontration you made a 4 patch block and then cut 1 1/2 inch from seam on both sides and then you rearranged the cut pieces and made a quilt and now I can't remember how to put it back together. Shirley
Does anyone have a mega quilter on an inspira frame?
Originally Posted by adnil458
The first Chicken Fowl Quilt I made for someone (as a beginner/early intermediate quilter). I met a lady at a quilt show, she wanted this quilt and I volunteered to do it for her. DUH What was I thinking? It took months of dreading, doing, fretting, doing. When completed, I said I will never do that again. The quilt inspector is checking out the back side and said...like cross stitching the back should look as good as the front.
Fast forward two years...the phone rings, lady
Hi every one its been a long time since i have posted anything on here but i have bought a Bernette Brinina fun lock 004 Serger on a online auction little did i know it didn't come with the power cord . I wasn't very happy but oh well i got it very cheap it was my first time on this auction and it is the last time, i called to let the auction co she told me if you didn't see it in the online picture then it didn't go with it so now i have a Serger that i don't know if it works ,i m looking for a
Originally Posted by blueheavenfla
I need another machine to sit in line waiting to be worked on like we need to increase the national debt but, hey, you know how it is when you see a machine, especially one that isn't double grungy and is in a cabinet, which needs work big time (stripping and refinishing for sure) and is only $20, you do what you gotta do and offer them $10. When they say OK, you ask if the little stool goes along (with the attachments inside the stool) and it is another yes, you whip out that money and hurry out
Here is a pic of my Singer. It is a 15. Made in the 1950s. I bought it at a yard sale in 1980 for $25 and have been using it since. I love love my Singer.
yea, I finally got pictures uploaded. This is the quilt I posted that I made for my daughter to give to a friend. It is made out of fleece.
I was able to use one of my die sets to cut out block #21 of The Farmer's Wife (now sitting on my sewing machine waiting to be sewn together).
I was able to finish a small quilt that was made from purple scraps cut into 3.5 x 6.5 inch rectangles - not a large quilt, might need some borders.
Then, I moved onto cutting up some denim I have into 6.5 inch squares - am going to use 2.5 inch squares all the way around each of them to make a quilt.
So many projects,
A trip to Salem for a quilt show, via Dalles for fabric and another shop in Salem ... never did make it to the quilt show. We had a fun day anyway.
I was able to buy more fabric for a quilt I am going to make for my daughter - Twister - and my friend was able to purchase a back for a quilt she is making for her granddaughter.
A lot of driving and visiting.