Originally Posted by kristakz
I've never done this, but I found this link. http://www.docstoc.com/docs/30766345...e---Ricky-Tims Reading it, I believe the measurements are like this:
Cut your 2 squares the height of your finished block plus 1/2 " - so, 2 1/4" in your case. Cut the rectangle the finished width plus 1/2" - so 4" in your case.
So you need to cut two 2 1/4" squares of your background colour, and one 2 1/4 x 4" rectangle of your goose colour.
Originally Posted by Dollyo
This was posted on one of my yahoo frame quilting groups. They have since put the link in their files.
It answered some questions for me and I've watched & read alot about longarm tension.
Originally Posted by LoisM
Just had to share this adorable graphic I came across yesterday. Doesn't it just make you smile?
Originally Posted by sewbizgirl
I need to learn how to quilt feathers for the current quilt I am quilting. I watched all the videos and thought I was ready... but my first practice piece (below, in brown) turned out HORRIBLE. If you are fairly decent at quilting feathers (FMQ, freehand, not with a longarm pattern) would you PLEASE post pics of your feather quilting here? I need some inspiration! And apparently, lots more practice.
Originally Posted by MarLeClair
I don't know about the demo you saw, but I have Deb Tucker's Lemoyne Star ruler. I love it. I made perfect 3" stars up to 12" stars. After I took a class I went home and made the wall hanging. I only wish she would come out with some other patterns that you could use the same ruler with.
I have recently pulled my Cathedral Window back out. Life happens and other projects took over my time. My goal is to finish this before I allow myself to start another project. Having a "Fold/Iron" marathon until all needed to finish is complete, then I will go from there. With this concept, I am hoping it will feel like I am moving faster, lol. Is there anyone else working on a CW at the moment?
Kate makes a beautiful stitch and is extremely easy to treadle. But, Lordy is she noisy!! When compared to a National VS and early White VS, the shuttle is a rattle trap. As a result, I am not sewing with it anymore.
Originally Posted by Neighmond
The two lower ones are Singer 20. It's an introductory sewing machine geared towards girls. Makes a chain stitch and is pretty simple, gets them ready to graduate to the regular machine. The left one has a motor, the right one is hand operated. I think that top one looks like an old Wilcox and Gibbs, but I never worked on them when I was in the shop-they were just too far and few for me.
Thanks, I thought the top one was a W & G but have never seen one with a motor.
Originally Posted by cuppi duke
I have been off of quilting since July with a torn rotator cuff but I wanted to post the last picture quilt that I did. This quilt was made for another nice lady on the board. I have met so many nice people since I joined.