Originally Posted by Ms Grace
Got my top done & quilted.
Here it is "in color". I was basting the edges to get ready to add the binding.
Originally Posted by Jeanne S
I just finished this quilt for my SIL's 73rd birthday. She loves flowers, so hope she likes it. I pieced the back too. I think one of the hardest parts of this one was finding the same floral fabrics with white and black backgrounds.
Beautiful quilt! Anyone would love this, I think!
Originally Posted by grammysharon
Here are some pictures from our show. Hope you enjoy!
Thank you so much for posting these pictures from the quilt show.. I was unable to get there in person, so your postings are especially welcomed.. Nice job!!
Originally Posted by azwendyg
Here's another one I just finished. I started this in an applique class by Gina Perkes last summer at quilt camp up here in Flagstaff; and she's coming back again this July--I'm already signed up for some of her free motion classes! The applique techniques, including some bobbin work with some heavy, sparkly threads, were a lot of fun! I finally added some borders and got to work on the quilting. This piece finished at 22# x 24". I did all the quilting on my Juki 2010 using a polyester
Originally Posted by jclinganrey
STEP 5 - GIANT SCRAPPY SWOON QUILT ALONG
72 3 ½” Secondary color squares
For this step we will be sewing a rectangular unit made up from our SECONDARY color. Sew three rows of six squares, making a unit measuring 18 ½” x 9 ½” unfinished. Make four of these units.
Originally Posted by jlhmnj
Information on Sears sewing machines:
Davis machines will have the serial number on the front slide plate starting with "D". Sears Domestic Minnesota also has pulley on outside of wheel. Post a pic for positive ID. Davis serial number records are lost but there are a few dated warranties from Sears with SN's.
Originally Posted by lolthom
Hi, Haven't been here for a while.. Spring brings yard
Originally Posted by yonnikka
The Twister can be made with another technique, for those who don't have the tool. Cut 4 Squares of different fabrics, say 6 inch x 6 inch. Stack them. Mark each side at 2 inch, and 4 inch (each side is marked into thirds) then use your plastic ruler and rotary cutter to cut your stack into 4 pieces. Cut across from the 2-inch mark to the 4-inch mark along the opposite side. Cut from the 4-inch mark to the 2-inch mark along top to bottom. You will end up with 16 identical pieces, which you then
A beautiful day in then neighborhood
Originally Posted by oldtnquiltinglady
This is a quilt that has taken me over a year to finish--a BOM from our favorite LQS--a Beautiful Day in the Neibhborhood, Cinco de Mayo, for my SIL. DD called me to tell me that this is totally appropriate for him, and they all love it.
Does anyone have the pattern spool flower by Amy Bradley. Would love to get it. Thanks.