Originally Posted by Bamagal
Today my BIL gave me a treasured gift. He is 84,widowed,no children. He wanted me to have a quilt his mother made. She was born in 1888 and passed in 1968. It is in perfect condition. Maybe a little yellow -but what does that matter - I can assure you that at my picture is very inferior. The colors are beautiful. He knew I would care for it. He actually gave me two. One needs repairs where piecing threads have broken. I promised I would fix it and return to him. We have several family members
Originally Posted by Alabama-Quilter
This is from a pattern on "Quiltville"
I am a new quilter, 21 years old and I'm trying to teach myself how to quilt. I have attached an image of the quilt I am working on (it's a car seat quilt) for my God child that is due this December! Please let me know whether you think I should use a stitch in the ditch technique or an all over stipple stitch. Thanks for your input! It's much appreciated!
Originally Posted by skacian
I finally finished this project. It took me close to ten months. It will be one of my entries for next summer's county fair.
I just received my creative feet in the mail. I purchased the bead and pearls and piping one, the sequin one, the satin edge one and then one that is an accessory for the sequin one. Just wanted to know if anyone has used them before and how they work.
Originally Posted by miriam
Unplug Your Machine
For your own safety and to prevent damage to your machine always unplug the machine before you start cleaning and oiling your machine.
Fabric and thread are a combination that is going to produce lint. Lint can build up in unseen areas of your machine leading to wear and tear that is preventable.
Open all areas that you can and clean the lint out of the machine. Use the brush that came with your sewing machine
I have been working so feverishly on my UFOs that it feels good to know that after completing 92 so far, that two have taken ribbons at the WSQ Show. The show is a people's choice ribbon award. It is judged by your peers. I have been winning ribbons by judges at juried shows, but to win by judgment of peers, I feel so proud.
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Originally Posted by Riversong
I still love dresdens!
Originally Posted by Kitsie
I started in the center so I could line them up on the big wall... If I've already posted a couple of these, my apologies. In order they are H1, H2, H3...H6 & H7.
H3 is a little wonky and H6 is one of the hardest I've done. Tried many ways before I went with the instructions on That Quilt .com