Help, does anyone remember a well done tute that showed how to make cathedral windows that involved cutting and pressing the backgrounds and then sewing on the pressed lines to connect the individual blocks? I would like to try the technique but should have made certain I could find the information when I needed it. I am pretty certain it orginated on the Quilting Board site. Thanks for your help.
If you nay be interested here's a u-tube version. I think he sounds better in person.
Originally Posted by Helena
It's a beauty! What batting do you use?
Originally Posted by Kitsie
And onward we go. The first 4 rows are done and the top row of triangles. I find it interesting how Jane did one block with a "design" like melon seeds or circles (as in B 2 & 3) and repeated it a little differently in the next block! Enjoy your day and thanks for looking!
Originally Posted by Carol Wilson
This is a quilt I have just finnished for my neice for her 40th Birthday, I think it is called "French Braid" or "Friendship Braid". I used just three fabrics, my neice is a policewoman, she works in the "Torres Strait Islands" off the far north coast of Australia, a very beautifull part of the world, the color of the quilt is the color of the ocean around these islands.
Celeste my dog was over the moon by
Updated 07-13-2012 at 03:37 AM by PatriceJ
Originally Posted by debquilts2
this is a pattern I got off the internet and me and my sister and my friend all made the top in a weekend quilting bee.
I am looking for snowball star pattern.It is like A snow ball block with 8 points of differant color . Not sure that is the name but that was the name of the picture I seen.
Any help is appriciated ? Thnk you.
Can anyone provide or tell me where to obtain a quilt pattern for cathedral windows (particularly for table runners or place mats.)
Ollie has some new adventures behind him now days.. He decided to take a world tour a few months ago, to an airplane museum over on the other side of the state ( as shown in front of a vintage airplane). He loved it, ( well he loved the noises, and the feel of things when he had help reaching out anyway). He went to the Portland Zoo, Omsi ( great kids hands on type museum in Portland), Mount St. Helens museum/ volcano exhibit thing..
Updated 07-03-2012 at 07:36 PM by aneternalpoet