Originally Posted by Yarn or Fabric
Regina Grewe posted two new free patterns on her web site - this is one of them. The other is a watering can to go along with her Garden Fun series... http://www.reginagrewe.de/04muster/0423vogelwelt_e.html
I have only finished one of the owls but I wanted to share it with you guys. I'm calling them Night Owls. I'm planning to make four of them in different body colors and put them together to make a small wall hanging.
I also had to share my oops! with you all.
Originally Posted by BeckySt
I made this Owl Wallhanging for my daughters birthday a few years ago when she started loving anything with an owl on it. I also made her a pillow case out of the border fabric. Thanks for looking.
A few months ago, a dear friend, gave me her fabric stash. She is over 70 and is in poor health and just felt that she could no longer do any quilting. I graciously (jumped up and down) accepted 3 18 gallon totes that were overflowing. The contents ranged from small scraps to 10 yards. I still have not gotten them all sorted, ironed and refolded. Washing will have to wait until I have a washing machine once again. LOL. She has not done any quilting for several years, but wanted to hold onto
I am looking for a used midarm quilter for my home and have not found a secondary market yet. Any pointers on where to go to find used machines. I live in Northern California about 30 miles outside of San Francisco.
Thanks. I love this site.
I am surfing online to find some free tutorials on zipper bags and will post the links here on this thread to make it easier to find in the future.
I found a perfect pattern for it just by accident. I think some of you may remember me mentioning a really good and well known quilter who lives her on the Island, Angelika Monks, originally from Germany.
On my first patchwork class she gave me a pattern that she had put together for newbies but I didn't get around to making it then but I have some really new NEWBIES at present
Originally Posted by Bobbielinks
Sandy brought me this bird panel which has some unique borders. When I first saw it I thought the center square with the surrounding triangles had been pieced; but, closer inspection showed me that it was a panel. And a very beautiful one!!! Sandy, with some of her friends, were very creative in designing the borders for this wallhanging. I took inspiration from the quilt for my quilting ideas. SID narrow borders, outlined the birds, some continous curves, stippling, a whirling motif in some
Davie County Arts Councilcordially invites fiber artists (must be at least 18 years old)to participate in ourUncommon Threadsa juried fiber art exhibitAll entries must meet the standards as outlined in the Uncommon Threads prospectusthis is available on the arts councilís website Ėwww.daviearts.orgor by contacting the arts councilís email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 336.751.3112.First Place Winner $350Second Place Winner $225Third Place Winner $100Artwork entered in the Uncommon Threads Exhibit
Originally Posted by calicojoan
Remember when Postal Packin Mama posted this quilt earlier this summer? Well, I was so inspired that I just had to make one of my own. I never dreamed that it would use up so many scraps, but my scrap drawers are now empty and I am one happy camper! It's big 120" by 120" and heavy, which will be wonderful come winter time. It's pieced with a QAYG method. Thanks Postal
Originally Posted by Elaray
Several months ago, I bought Gyleen X. Fitzgerald's book, Trash to Treasure Pineapple Quilts, and the accompanying pineapple ruler. It took me quite awhile before I attempted to make the blocks. Once I started, it was hard to stop. I was up way past my bedtime making this small wall hanging. I hand sewed the binding while sitting on the porch. It was sooooo relaxing! I call it "Peaceful Pineapples."
I've sewn garments for