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
Originally Posted by charismah
Well I am all ready for the Pacific West quilt show ( this weekend in Tacoma, WA...YAY)I am so excited to see all the quilts!...so I had time to get this quilted today..YAY! I looked up the finalists for the show and it looks like a great line up..so I am sure I will be inspired...
Pat sent this to me and asked for it to be quilted like the picture in the pattern..it was a hand quilted design ..so I did a "version" that I could translate to longarming. YAY! Those
Originally Posted by QultingaddictUK
and then found you didn't know what to do with it? I have more times than I care to mention but there was one particular fabric that I paid an arm and a leg for, a yard of Kaffe Fasset Paper Fans fabrics :
Well I found a perfect pattern for it just by accident. I think some of you may remember me mentioning a really good and well known quilter who lives her on the Island, Angelika Monks,
I'm looking for designs for using neckties to make small quilts. Any ideas?
Originally Posted by Jenniky
This is how I prepared my binding.
Originally Posted by Jenniky
I'm finished... I have to say WOW... I'm feeling really great about this quilt.
It was a wonderful learning experience from beginning to end. My corners are still not show quality according to Sharon Schamber's tutorials. But I have to say they are better than any corners I have made before. The stitching all around on my binding is excellent. I don't know that I could have really done any better. I think its my best hand stitching work ever.
Originally Posted by luvTooQuilt
i love this thread..
heres two of my scrappys made from my scrap piles..
2x2 leaders and enders sqs.. lots and LOTS of them
Originally Posted by GramMER
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My husband is getting into machine woodcarving since I have my wonderful quilting. The only thing I am needing help with is finding classes for him to take in this direction.
I am looking in the Tennessee area.; also if there happens to be a few quilt shops around that I would be more than happy to visit.