Any and all opinions welcome, as I am trying tp make a $500 decision.
I have a Grace Pinnacle frame which I use with the 'domestic' Baby Lock Quilters Pro, which came bundled along with the frame and a Surestitch regulator. So I have never tried to quilt without a stitch regulator.
So the Baby Lock was great for the first year or so as I gained confidence and experience, but now I am ready for a longarm. I don't want to spent 1000s and the Baily machines look like
Does anyone have a page of 2 inch hexagon templates to send me so I can copy/print? I have lots of scraps and decided this would be good way to use them up and travel in car..I can work on them traveling. Thanks! I tried the one gals link and they are too small for me.
I am looking for RJR Bare Essentials number 785-02 I need 7 1/2 yards does anybody know somebody who has this fabric. I have tried to Google it and no luck. Thought somebody on the quilt board might know where to find it.
Originally Posted by 3incollege
I started this quilt last year, but never got it quilted. I just decided that it must get done. I finished it, for the weekend. She really liked it. It is a triple Irish Chain.
Originally Posted by LucyInTheSky
By popular demand (again ), here is the official thread for the UFO Challenge of the Month 2012!
The way it works: anyone can be a member and there are no penalties if you're busy one month. Try to finish one UFO each month. Once it's finished, post a picture and description here. We'll ooh and ahh. Try to finish another one next month.
This can also work if you need ideas for how to finish yours or encouragement. I want this to be an area where we can support each other
I am trying to make a t-shirt quilt for a friend. The logos are different sizes. I don't want to make them all the same size and in a even row. My problem is I am not sure how to make the sashing because it will need to be many different sizes.
Originally Posted by Vintage.Singers.NYC
The following lists are incomplete and poorly organized, but there are some Adjuster's Manuals scattered throughout. (The problem is you have to download them first to see what they are....)
Originally Posted by Kitsie
C7 - C10. Very happy with inside (diamond) rows of C7. C8 had very flat center seams because I pressed them open but lo, I reversed the fabrics!! Seeing as I was using a charm square, I just made another small center and appliqued it over the original. Not bad! Also needed to make the outer triangles of larger fabric but if I'm really careful I can still get enough for a seam allowance when I join the blocks. Thank heaven for Fray Check. First picture of it is wrong! Love doing reverse applique