Originally Posted by Glenn
Cleaning solutions needed:
Solution One--4parts white venegar, 4parts boiled linseed oil, 4parts mineral spirits, 1part denatured alcohol and 3-4 drops of household ammonia.
Solution Two--4parts mineral spirits, 1part boiled linseed oil
Stept 1-- with a course lint free cloth(blue jeans is good) charge the cloth with Solution one and rub in a circular motion, turning a recharging the rag with solution one. Replace rag as it gets dirty. Continue until the whole is
I had been making doll clothes for Christmas and using some old nylon pieces -- thought I had tested them with my iron, but apparently it was just heating up -- instant melt away!!! Couldn't budge the gunk with anything and read on this site that ironing over salt on a plain white paper would work -- and it did -- thanks so much to whoever posted that tip. Saved my almost new Rowenta!!!
Originally Posted by DonnaR
I am making a list of my quilting goals for 2013. I plan to visit it in 6 months and see how I am doing and again at the end of the year.
Finish 6 UFO's (I am trying to be realistic and not say finish ALL UFO's)
Improve my FMQ skills on my longarm (I am taking classes in January)
Learn a new quilting technique
Have more fun with my piecing and quilting
Make more time to
Originally Posted by QuilterMomOf3
My dad would really like the tumbling blocks pattern for his quilt but I'm severely intimidated.
Could anyone please provide me with a decent tutorial?
Thank you SO much in advance!! My dad is wanting to sew this patten for his 1st ever quilt he wants to make, but I have NO clue how to begin...
I am making a quilt with pairs of strip sets. One strip set has the seams going one way, the other has the seams going the other way. I am to place the two sets right sides together and match the seams before cutting into 6-1/2" squares. Each pair of squares is to then be cut once on the diagonal, then the two resulting pairs are to be sewn together, forming the HST's.
The interesting part is figuring out which side of the triangle to start sewing on to keep the machine from
Originally Posted by mountain-moma
Sweet & Spicy Cornbread
2-Pkgs. Betty Crocker Cornbread & Muffin Mix
1/4 cup Melted Butter
1-Small Can of Chopped Green Chiles 4oz.can
1-Can of Creme Style Corn 14oz.Can
Bake In A Sprayed 9 by 9 inch Pan Bake at 400*for 35 mins.
I'm sure if your Sister likes Sweet Cornbread she will for sure love this one i have been making this one for eons it's a winner here at our house ...Merry Christmas to you and yours
I am still an inexperienced quilter and new to Quilting Board. I am hoping to learn more ideas and also be able to help others with the few skills I have learned.
My Dad passed away 2 years ago this months. My parents had just celebrated their 50 th Anniversary. They had known one another for well over that more like 60 +++++. They grow up in the same area, Mom played this his cousin.
Dad had been not feeling good and had started having pain in his feet. It just got worse and Mom took him to the ER and they admitted him to the hospital. We had just had their party and Dad keep calling to have me start their Golden Anniversary scrapbook
Originally Posted by leatheflea
Yesterday I made a new bag using my tutorial posted here http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...te-t80833.html . Kicking it up a couple of notches by adding a zippper and a front pocket. It was made with about half of a charm pack and a little plaid from my stash. I still have enough charms left for another bag and a wallet or zipper pouch! I also used Billie Lauders method for Ultimate scrappy 4 patch. http://mypassionforquilting.blogspot...ie-lauder.html
Originally Posted by bachl25
I am going to buy a handquilting frame, but can't decide which one. When you quilt on these, do you start at one end, then go to the other? Is it possible to start in the middle on either?