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  1. Love letters or envelope quilt

    by , 06-25-2012 at 05:29 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by hbaker View Post
    Can anyone direct me to a quilt pattern for Love letters or it may be called an Envelope quilt.

    Thank You
  2. baby quilt

    by , 06-25-2012 at 05:08 AM
    I'm making a baby quilt 46x58". I'm an inexperience quilter, i have join a quilting group out of a church, we meet twice a month they are teaching me the techniques of quilt. So far i have sew all the pieces together, my next step in to put the batting and the back and be ready for the quilting process. My question to you all, i would like to do the quilting by hand, since to me it has more of a sentimental reason, vs having someone else do the stitching, however i do not have that much ...
  3. Come Virtually Quilt with me Today - 6/24

    by , 06-25-2012 at 03:36 AM (Antique Quilts)
    Quote Originally Posted by kathbug View Post
    Ok I am new to quilting and just finished my first quilt and gave it to my mother in-law.. It was different shades of purple she loved it. Love reading all the infor on the quilters board but all the quilting lingo is confusing because I just don't have it down yet. Could you guide me to a sight where I can get familar with the lingo. Thanks all
  4. Go to :Stuff you USE for Quilting, that isn't originally for Quilting!!!

    by , 06-24-2012 at 06:07 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by jpthequilter View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farm Quilter
    Old glass insulators for weights to hold anything down.
    Would love to get my hands on some ... I use the old sad irons for weights!
    My favorite weights are "3rd Hands". You just sew some about 4" squares or rounds of about 4" - right sides together - sew them twice. Leave a little hole on one side about an inch across.
    Turn - poke out the corners.
    and FILL THEM WITH PENNIES! Takes a few dollars worth,
    and they are heavy enough
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  5. Dear Jane - D is for done that row!

    by , 06-23-2012 at 05:20 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie View Post
    Obviously need lots of practice with inset corners as in D12! Yuck! These are D11, 12 & 13. Will work on some more triangles next! Thanks for looking! (Love the fabric for D13!)

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  6. Bernina 440 QE

    by , 06-23-2012 at 03:45 PM
    Does anyone have a Bernina 440 QE that could help me out. I just bought it today, and have not had a class on it. I have a few questions. that are not answered in the manual.
  7. Heads, Irons, and Cabinet Refinish

  8. quilting design

    by , 06-22-2012 at 10:26 PM
    A friend that I longarm quilt for is making a pink quilt for a cancer research auction. She asked if I could quilt it with a breast cancer ribbon design. Anyone know of one I could use?
  9. Shops near Bowling Green KY.

    by , 06-22-2012 at 01:06 PM
    Does anyone know of a shop to quilt a quilt for me in Bowling Green KY. or near there.

    Thank You! Cookie64
  10. Appliquéing a detailed crocheted butterfly question.

    by , 06-22-2012 at 11:56 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by TeresaPendino View Post
    I am new to appliqué and have done a bit of research on the techniques. My creativity got to going and I thought of crocheting these beautiful butterflies and incorporating them into a quilt. Each will measure 8" wide x 10.5" long, therefore thinking of putting them on the diagonal of a 12" finished block. I am not ready to start this project as of yet, but wanted to do some more research on the "how to's". I have a huge fear that this idea is completely out there on

    Updated 06-23-2012 at 06:03 AM by TeresaPendino

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