Originally Posted by Lynnie25
Here are a few landscape quilts I have made over the past few weeks to be part of a display in a local gallery. I have never been a fan of landscape quilts and these were the first ones I have made, and I have to admit they were a lot of fun to do.
Originally Posted by quiltingbuddy
I use a small metal bowl with a magnet bottom for holding pins & stuff next to my sewing machine. I grab it and take it to classes with me and everyone always loves it and wants one. Harbor Freight has them right now for free with their online ad & mailer. Regularly $5.99 which is still a good inexpensive gift idea. Sometimes it's amazing the things I can use from that store that we ladies wouldn't normally think of.
Originally Posted by josie bass
These are some of the quilts that I have made recently.
Originally Posted by Girlfriend
Here's a great link on how to make a portable pressing board.
I've made 2 of these, and recently made one using a wooden TV tray from Walmart. I love how easy they are to make.
I would love any happy scrappy houses you know the kind from Bonnie Hunter. Please no setting triangles.
I really need anything you have in this... Please pm me! Thanks
This is/was from walmart 2003-2005
My daughter has numerous horse show award ribbons - can they be made into a quilt? Any ideas?
Originally Posted by KARENBOUTQUILTIN
These are darling. I can't wait to see the whole quilt. I would buy one of the patterns as well if you are going to publish them. I would also be glad to donate to kids cancer block.
Originally Posted by jclinganrey
So sorry for the delay, everyone! Here's the (very simple) next step:
GIANT SCRAPPY SWOON STEP 7
36 3 ½” squares of your SECONDARY color.Sew nine squares together to make anine-patch block measuring 9 ½” unfinished.Sew four of these blocks.
Many of us are past this point but will post it anyway.
I don't think there's any need to post a picture since we're all using different colors, right?
Any questions - let
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