Originally Posted by Deborahlees
This is how I do it.....I put the wrong side up of the backing, on my average size dinning room table, then put down the batting, then the top....I make sure all my edges are correct, I generally cut by batting 2" wider all around, and then my batting 3" wider than top, using this method I can see the edge of my top, the edge of the batting and the edge of the backing all the way around, and know everything is square and good to go......
Next I run a row of safety pins in the middle
Originally Posted by Kitsie
Now on to some right side triangles. And I should join a 4 x 4 block square together to see if I want 1/2, 3/4 or 1" sashing. Ideas are welcome! Also I'm thinking that the "blank" triangles that go between the patterned ones might look nice in the plain muslin that I use for the background and will also be the sashing.
For H12 the "hearts" should be pairs of tear drops which I tried to do but failed miserably! May do it again someday or maybe not! The
I am new to quilting and trying my first with the jelly roll. I am stuck. I have sewn all pieces together and now have sewn the strips together to make two strips. I stopped to cook and now I have a cirlce and do not know where to cut and start with my third strip. I appreciate any help.
Does any one had the pattern TURNING 20? That i can download. Need your help.
Originally Posted by dianna1234
Saw many on this board have used Warm Wishes pattern when they have large focal print. Decided to try it. LOVE this pattern and have recommended it to many as quick and easy but wonderful quilt pattern. Here are a couple I have made with more in the works. One pattern can be used with different fabrics and create such a different look. Pink and green one is on my Gracie frame waiting to be quilted. Has since been completed and donated to woman having heart surgery. Last quit is reason behind considering
Originally Posted by lap quilter
Here's a great 2-fabric pattern: http://www.quilterscache.com/G/GardenMazeBlock.html
The site also has alternative ways to change up the look a bit and links to pictures of other quilts made with this pattern. Overall, a very elegant design...reminds me of stained glass! Too nice of a pattern to not share...enjoy!
Originally Posted by ArchaicArcane
Being in Canada sometimes is like being in a third world. I am having an unreal amount of trouble finding tri-flow products.
5 out of 6 bicycle shops I've been into carry "Finish Line" products instead of tri-flow, and claim they're better.
Each time, I've told them I'm looking for tri-flow specifically and didn't know if the FL products are SM friendly.
I finally found one shop that carries the oil, 2oz bottle
Originally Posted by Kitsie
My this is fun! This row has a lot of complex designs and some easy ones. For H8 I thought I'd do little HSTs in the corners. Worked great! But wait! Somehow I forgot to turn 2 of them. *sigh* I'm NOT going to do them again! Re-drafted H9 to make it like Jane's original according to the full picture of the quilt. Thanks for enjoying! Here are H4 & 5, H8 & 9.
Originally Posted by lfstamper
Here's the quick quilt I made at retreat. This was a kit I bought in Paducah last year. Yeah one kit done! Pattern is called bricks and mortar and is very easy! Enjoy.