Originally Posted by averysnan
Originally Posted by PenniF
Thank you for the crayon tip....i'm going to try it right away as my grand-daughters want to make some things for their folks for Christmas and that sounds like the perfect thing - they color - i quilt !!! And sorry i didn't say it earlier, but your work on this is just too cute !!
When you do the crayon, after your done put a plain white sheet of paper over the colored image, and a papertowel behind it and put your iron on cotton- med hi, and iron over the paper. You will see an imprint of
Originally Posted by catmcclure
The pattern A Touch of Red on the Modabakeshop website was the basis for my quilt. Iím crazy enough as it is, so I simply could not bring myself to cut 672 two and a half inch squares per the pattern instructions. I've emailed JoGoodman, the designer, and she says she wants to post my quilt photo and instructions on her blog. Here's a preview.
Originally Posted by mighty
Really nice, love the bright colors!!!!
I have a Janome MC6600 and need a second machine. I do a lot of free motion embroidery and thread-painting......................which means if I want to just do regular stitching I have to set up the machine. Since I don't have big blocks of time to spend sewing, I hate to give up the time setting up the machine for the different sewing I do.......................
I definitely want another Janome. This will be my last machine for awhile and will give me a total of 3 machines.........
Originally Posted by charmar100
I just got my Baileys Pro 17 a week or so ago and had all kinds of problems with it. It turned out to be the thread kept coming out of the lifter and then that took it out of the tension springs. I was so frustrted I wanted to send the machine back. Then my husband put shrink tubing on the lift and it started working. I was able to quilt all weekend. I decided to practice again this evening before I put a real quilt top on the frame and now, the machine will not sew. It runs and I can pull
Originally Posted by Kitsie
Lots of fun and different techniques here. Invented a new method for the narrow strips in E 7 & E 9 that I will use often! So now, before I begin Row F, I will do some of the Left side triangles!
Thanks, as always, for looking!
Originally Posted by QuiltE
Awwwwwwwwwww there's true love in the Mr and Mrs Jenniky home!
Speaking of which ... any word on your NEW Home Sweet Quilting Home?
What a beautiful show - at least until the downpour started! My quilting friend and I were on our way to Bend right before it happened.
We were able to spend the morning looking at beautiful quilts - there was a light breeze so it didn't feel too hot. I have pictures of about 50 quilts that I took.
I like to take a picture of the label, then a picture of the whole quilt, then any close-ups. Since I have the label I have the story about the quilt and that is almost as
I bought a cupcake quilt kit. There are 8 cupcake blocks to cut.
But when I put my 7-1/2" square over then they are not straight. The material is katty-cornered. How do I get the material straight so my squares cut out right with a 1/4" seam?
Any help will be greatly appreicated.
I got a parcel in the post yesterday from Ebony Love (quilt designer) after she decided to offer fabrics from her 'orphans' pile which included lots of triangles, a bag of strips and blocks that she had acquired but no longer had time to use, so now I've got to decide what to do with it all. I love getting scraps from other quilters. On a guild retreat I took everything bar the kitchen sink with enough fabric for a quilt or purses and lots of other options because I'd never been there before and
Updated 07-17-2012 at 07:13 AM by Suzan88