For some strange reason whenever I am sewing I seem to get hungry.
I am not sure if this is just me or do you experience it too??
I always bring water up to my sewing room, and I often bring hot tea or sweet tea as well.
Sew... when these snack-y fits hit in the past I would grab junk, but over the last few months I have wizened up and I have kept "better" snacks in my sewing room.
By keeping this smarter choices close by I have not been eating the
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A breakfast cereal box isn't just a breakfast cereal box. For those who have a mere modicum of imagination for your use, you can do many things. Here are just a few of the uses for breakfast cereal boxes, from storage containers to craft projects and toys. Source for this article:Discovering new uses for cereal boxes
Make a notepad
There are a few things that you need to make an especially imaginative notebook for your children. All you have to get is an X-ACTO knife,
Originally Posted by burchquilts
I saw (& LOVED) this quilt in a catalog. I'm not familiar with this pattern. I don't even know if it's really called "Past & Present" or not. Anybody know anything about this? My DD recently got engaged & this would go perfectly in her new house, so I have to make it... HAVE TO! LOL!
Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn
I am cleaning and reorganizing my sewing room. I came across this bundle of cotton/poly gingham and I don't know what to do with it! I have several yards of the different colors. I am at a loss as to whether I should keep it or not. What do you use cotton/poly gingham for?
I used mine in quilts and as animal applique for babies (patterns came from Fat Cat Patterns, coloring books).
i have two blocks that I made and want to have them framed.
questions I have: should I frame myself, have michaels when on sale, frame them?
Should i have them matted??
Have been looking online,pinterest has a couple of nice pictures. Would love to see more examples of framed blocks.
Originally Posted by hbaker
Can anyone direct me to a quilt pattern for Love letters or it may be called an Envelope quilt.
I'm making a baby quilt 46x58". I'm an inexperience quilter, i have join a quilting group out of a church, we meet twice a month they are teaching me the techniques of quilt. So far i have sew all the pieces together, my next step in to put the batting and the back and be ready for the quilting process. My question to you all, i would like to do the quilting by hand, since to me it has more of a sentimental reason, vs having someone else do the stitching, however i do not have that much
Originally Posted by kathbug
Ok I am new to quilting and just finished my first quilt and gave it to my mother in-law.. It was different shades of purple she loved it. Love reading all the infor on the quilters board but all the quilting lingo is confusing because I just don't have it down yet. Could you guide me to a sight where I can get familar with the lingo. Thanks all
Originally Posted by jpthequilter
Originally Posted by QuiltE
Originally Posted by Farm Quilter
Old glass insulators for weights to hold anything down.
Would love to get my hands on some ... I use the old sad irons for weights!
My favorite weights are "3rd Hands". You just sew some about 4" squares or rounds of about 4" - right sides together - sew them twice. Leave a little hole on one side about an inch across.
Turn - poke out the corners.
and FILL THEM WITH PENNIES! Takes a few dollars worth,
and they are heavy enough