a week or so ago someone posted a pic of a quilt called labryinth walk. i guess i didn't save it properly. can anyone lead me to it. i think the pattern was in quilting magazine which my lqs doesn't carry. thanks, connie. one of these days i hope i'll learn to use this stupid over complicated mess of a board.
OMG I love this!!!!
Originally Posted by igorsews
My GD's 3rd b'day is soon, so I made her a table tent to fit the dining room table they have (originally it was sized for a card table). It's made from an old set of queen sized sheets. The "bushes" are raw edged applique sewn with clear thread(used FMQ).
5. Donna H-M
16. Ok Darla
19. Rose Cactus
This class is half price and teaches how to quilt on your home machine (so they say). It is on a website called "Craftsy" and it is from Quilters Club of America.
Had a great time with my partner the last time and please sign me up again.. love it
Originally Posted by Krystyna
This is the correct thread.
We have a house at the beach (Oregon) and I was able to spend most of the past week there with my husband (he is recuperating from elbow surgery).
We went to the local library and when I walked in I was surprised to see a quilt that I had made and donated to a local charity hanging on the wall. The librarian asked me to sign the label that was put on the back - so my name and the name of my longarm friend now grace the back of this quilt.
I have made a raffle quilt!!!
Just had 'Aunt Betty's Bar B Q' (sloppy joes) with coleslaw and peas. This meal is from my childhood in Cincinnati. I used 4 lbs of hamburger, so we'll have lots of leftovers. Maybe I won't have to cook at all tomorrow.
My sister and sister-in-law both work at Xavier, so I've developed a loyalty to them -- I certainly didn't have that while growing up in Cincy -- then, it was the Bearcats all the way.
I have two handwork projects to work on while watching b ball tonight.
Originally Posted by Handcraftsbyjen
Does anyone know if there is a GPS plug-in for quilt shops? I know there are some for other businesses. If you know of one, can you please share the information? I have the major quilting travel books and my GPS will search by name but having a plug-in and not having to manually type everything would be great.