Originally Posted by cwessel47
Crazy person that I am, I took the day on Tuesday to make 336 Flying Geese rectangles. This is how....
So many of you have asked for this. I will share the method I use again. I have copied and edited my very first post on this board - so I didn't have to write it all out again. This time I will include some pictures as most of us are visual people. It can't just be me who knows how to make these simple and accurate flying geese. I read instructions for cutting off corners, or
Originally Posted by PaperPrincess
I made this quilt for a friend who is ill. Got the border fabric on sale, liked it so much I hunted down a couple yards of the green and a yard of the pink. I have the Accucut Winding Ways die which I had used before and thought it would be a good choice. The quilt went together well, but when I was all done I decided it was boring. I think I'm not a 'pastel person'. After a day or so, I decided maybe it wasn't boring, it was soothing. It's off to the recipient this week. Hope she likes it
Can anyone help me with findind someone to repair an old quilt? I bought it from a thrift store to cut up and make stockings for Christmas but changed my mind when I saw the hand work that went into this quilt!! It's all done by hand and has some minor tearing in some places.It looks old but not sure how old!
Originally Posted by tootsquilts
I quilted this quilt for a customer in Maryland several month ago, and though you might would enjoy seeing the results of what I did on a on her beautiful Batik Pinwheel quilt top.
Hope you enjoy
Originally Posted by bubble951
Saw this in my newest Fons & Porter, but the puppies looked homeless, so I gave them a pretty red collar and a bright gold dog tag. Made the quilt top a litter larger (20 blocks instead of 12) and of course they are all the same breed!
Could someone tell me the difference between freezer paper & parchment paper and which on should be used for the back of the squares on which the signatures are written? I understand it is to be used for stability when signing and is later peeled off, is this correct? Also will there be any staining or coloring effects on the fabric from using either type of paper.
Originally Posted by AndiR
Someone was having trouble today with her blocks not being the correct size. I'm posting this tutorial to help anyone who is not sure how to tell if they are sewing accurate 1/4 inch seams. If this is hard to read, I have a version here:
Originally Posted by #1piecemaker
I was just sitting here wondering if anyone has a favorite pattern that they like to use over and over. For me it was the drunkard path. There are so many variations of it and all look different using the same block. I have 2 different ones going now. I also love a variety of patterns and like to try something new all of the time. Hence, I have so many UFO's and projects going. What about you? Do you have one special pattern that you like to make? Or do you think variety is the spice of life?
ty)I'm looking for small pieces (as long as each piece has an entire "typewriter" on it) of the Melody Miller (Kukko) "Typewriter" fabric. It's outrageous to buy by the fat quarter, and all I want is some of the typewriters to cut out, but if anyone has pieces a bit larger, GREAT.