Well, I only have a few more rows to do to finish up my quilt. I am not understanding why my second set of 12 x 24s are not matching up. I stopped trying to figure it out and I had just cut off the extra. I then take the quilt outside to put the two sections together and the second section was one block too small! I counted them out and there were 24 squares, so I just added another square and it is just a little bigger than the first section. I am so puzzled by this.
So I am just moving on
Originally Posted by jcrilley
Just a small fun project. My DH actually liked this one.
Originally Posted by Carron
Hi, I just want to show this 10 min. sq. in a sq. block quilt I finally got the courage to try. The tut showed it to be so easy and quick but I didn't think that could actually be true!
I was wrong in my thinking, it really is just that.
I am sure many of you have already made quilts with this pattern but if by chance not, do!
It is a great feeling to complete a quilt in a matter of several hours instead of months or for that matter years. It has been years for some
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This is my first post. I am new to Quilting Board. I have learned a lot from everyone. I enjoy reading everything everyone has to say. You are so helpful to all. Your advice is wonderful!
Can anyone tell me their experiences using the computer program EQ7? Is it an easy program to use? What about printing pictures? I am thinking about making a quilt using this program. Thank you for any help you can give me.
I have a good size stash of kids cordury approx 3 yard pieces x 45/54 wide. I'd like some ideas for using this into quilts for charity. -- Mammie
I am new to this whole posting thing, so I am not even sure if I am asking this question in the right place/format. Has anyone had an experience, good or bad, with Gingher 5" scissors? In working on my Grandmother's Flower Garden I cut a LOT of hexagons. I have already worn out a great pair of titanium scissors and decided to splurge on the Gingher. I have only used them once, but am not impressed. I do have other Gingher styles and love them. Any input? I am trying to decide to see if they
I am new to this whole posting thing, so I am not even sure if I am asking this question in the right place/format. Has anyone had an experience, good or bad, with Gingher 5" scissors? In working on my Grandmother's Flower Garden I cut a LOT of hexagons. I have already worn out a great pair of titanium scissors and decided to splurge on the Gingher. I have only used them once, but am not impressed. I do have other Gingher styles and love them. Any input? I am trying to decide to see
Originally Posted by Suzan88
I did a day course with Linda Hahn on her Junk to Jems pattern at quilt show in Augusta, Maine and made this crib size scrappy quilt that I later backed with Christmas fabric and stitched-in-the-ditch with purple thread. It's made with 4.5inch and 2.5inch squares. Linda doesn't trim the corners of the flying geese triangles in the usual way; she cuts the middle layer only leaving the 4.5inch squares intact as a guide for easy piecing so that if the triangles aren't perfect it doesn't matter much.
Originally Posted by tatavw01
Hi ladies, I have been playing with wax paper, paints, stencils, stamps and other papers to create fabric paper as a new media for background for art quilts. So sit back enjoy and tell me what you think.