Originally Posted by pacquilter
I love Asian fabrics, and for a while there, got a little carried away with my purchases! Needless to say, I had a lot of scraps, so I used up a few making this stash box. There are so many varied and pretty prints, I fussy cut a lot of them to get the pictures in.
Originally Posted by KSellers
A quilt I made for my great-niece Emmy.
read the reviews, sounds yummy
Updated 03-15-2012 at 09:28 PM by craftybear
Absolutely beautiful......I bought the book and the ruler.....hopefully I can produce one as beautiful as yours....
This has been a funny old winter, that's for sure. I'm not sorry that we've leaped from snow (2 ft. of new stuff two weeks ago) right into mud season, but it is a little disconcerting.
The geese are back on the lake, there are lots of robins around, and I can take my daily walk outside again, without fear of slipping on ice/snow. Life is good. We can even open the windows a tad and let in some fresh air, although sometimes my DH goes around closing the ones I have just opened! He
Recipe for Healthy Dog Treats!
My Dogs mean everything to me and after reading about certain dog treats linked to kidney failure, I dumped the whole cookie jar of Doggie treats into the trash!
I decided to make my own healthy treats and thought you might like to make them for your dogs too! My Indy and Bella love salmon so here you go:
Salmon Dog Treats!
1-14.75 ounce can pink salmon; drained
1/2 cup sesame seeds; ground
1/2 cup flax
Originally Posted by Pieces2
Just found out some friends were expecting in a couple months.
So I went to my stash, since most of my baby/children scraps were strips this pattern worked great. We didn't know the sex of the baby so I made it bright and colorful to work for either a boy/girl. I quilted in the ditch on my Bernina. On the white strips I used a varigated thread and the feather stitch to add interest. Finished size is 36 X 47.
crib string quilt
Does anyone know what has happened to quilters tv?(not QNTV) i used to love it and I cant access it anymore
Originally Posted by cat-on-a-mac
I won our guild's block raffle sometime last year: Block instructions are posted in our newsletter, and whoever wants to try the block brings one to the next meeting. Everyone that contributes a block gets their name in the hat, and one person takes home all the blocks.
This block is a variation on the d9p. It took me a long time to come up with a way to turn the blocks into a quilt that I liked. But when I added the little stars in the sashing, I was really happy. It seemed kind