Originally Posted by molly oldham
A wedding quilt for DGS Lovers Knot
I purchased a batik fat quarter bundle this summer and decided to use the Yelllow Brick Road pattern to make a queen-sized quilt. We relocated last year with a moving company and I can't find the pattern I had. With the 3 different blocks this pattern uses, can someone tell me how many of each block I need to make for a queen quilt? Thank you!
Originally Posted by avgquiltr
Several months ago members were looking for the out of print book, Rings That Bind. I emailed the author's website and asked if they would consider reprinting it. I received this answer:
From: Phillips Fiber Art, Inc. <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2012 10:36 AM
Subject: RE: Rings that Bind
Some time ago you emailed Phillips Fiber Art about Cheryl's book, Rings That Bind. We are so happy to
tell you we've talked
Originally Posted by mim653
im looking for a large angel pattern to be the center of a queen size quilt.any drawing or pictures will work that i can trace from .
Originally Posted by chairjogger
I have started a monster. wanting a 62 inch x 62 inch snuggle couch quilt for myself. Found this on an avitar and liked it.. the example was a beautiful blue. I am using fussy cuts on scraps. 206 pieces later and now where near the size ! 21 x 19 and irregular shape at that ! I need encouragement !!
All "sides" of diamonds and hexagons are one inch.
Day one and Day 10.
Originally Posted by Linda58
I now have the tree, I made my photo's as small as possible, but I still have no upload button on the screen to use after I upload the photo from my PC.
Could you try uploading a photo from my acct?
Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
Chay, here on the QB, was offering up some of her orphan Dear Jane blocks. I was the lucky recipient. I needed a very light summer cover-up/jacket to take on my vacation, so I came up with this:
It was a real hit and conversation starter. Thanks Chay!!!
Originally Posted by Lynn4
The Traveling Thimbles, LLC, are excited to present a 3 day quilting retreat,"Quilting In The Woods" March 8-10, 2013.
The retreat will be at the Mohican State Park Lodge, Perrysville, OH. With the breathtaking scenery it is an ideal location for a quilter's creativity to run wild!
Once you step into the lodge everything is included...
*2 nights lodging with meals
Originally Posted by Marlene1
I'm putting the top together for a Braided Sugar & Spice quilt. The braid is 95" long and so is the 4.5" sashing (cut length of grain so no piecing). As I am sewing the braid to the sashing I have lots to ease in on the braid. I can do it but the result is a bit wavy or fullness. Do I continue as I am doing? Will this be OK for a long arm quilter as they can stretch it tight and flat before quilting? Should I redo these and match the sashing and braid in the middle and sew out