I bought this at a yard sale this week - $40 - I fell in love with the machine and cabinet and just had to have it ... it runs, a little noisy, but a beautiful stitch.
I want to learn how to make it run better and rejuvinate the cabinet - don't want to strip and refinish as much as make it look better.
Originally Posted by nygal
I just came across this!!! My dh has been working on building my Singer 99 a base cabinet. Then I found this 5 hrs .later!! Check it out.
Originally Posted by burchquilts
I keep finding all these neat Twister patterns. Maybe I should get mine out & actually try one... LOL! This one looks really cute & is a neat technique, I think. Hope you like it, too!
Originally Posted by Chasing Hawk
We recently got a new laptop. So I decided to make a bag for it and all it's toys.
It has a compartment for the Laptop, pockets for the small LED light (to see the keyboard), because the Laptop sits to my right on my desk. Another pocket for the charger. And the other large compartment is for the chill pad. Also I added another small pocket with a velcro closure to carry misc. stuff. I used flannel to line the bag to minimize scratched to the Laptop. And a Ultra Suede material for the
Don't whneeded some at got into me this week but I got three tops finished ! Nothing to piecy just needed some cool weather I guess ! Now on to making sandwiches. Wish Me Luck
Originally Posted by Needlegrammy
Just a Quilter received her quilt and wanted me to post a picture of it.
What a wonderful fall pumpkin quilt . Lucky you!!!!!
I am working with the women's and children (foster children)crisis center here in town, North Carolina for Christmas this year. It's for The Hannah House and The Union Mission. We are collecting Lap quilts and pillow cases ,scarves,mittens and hats. The pillow cases they wrap Christmas Gifts in them for the children instead of paper. It is so wonderful. We also try to collect toys to put in the pillow cases. I will also take UFO"s lap quilts to finish if anyone has any that want to give.
Had to work today, but I still managed to trace and trim every piece either on fusible web or freezer paper! I think there are hundreds of pieces. The garden quilt is ready for the next step......Picking fabrics for the big fusing. Getting late and working tomorrow so signing off for now.
I am looking for an easy scrappy strip quilt pattern that I can do really quick. I am just learning to quilt and would love to make a quilt for my sisters 70th birthday the last of Oct. and one for my son and daughter-in-law for Christmas. I know I am really pushing it that why I need and easy pattern but one that looks nice. Please can anyone give me some suggestions? Thanks sooooooooooo Much Abigailgrace
Originally Posted by QuiltingKrazy
HELP! I love this layer cake I got on sale! But.... what to do with it??? Most I have two of each piece, a few only one. I definitely need a solid black somewhere. Any suggestions on what kinda pattern I could go with? I think something kinda funky since the fabric is a lot funky!
THANKS to ALL of you who commented ideas for this fabric that I just Love! Well here is what I am leaning towards especially now that I cut some pieces. I think it will take some time to