I'm interested in learning to fix sewing machines. Does anyone know where I can start? Any on line courses?
Well, I am back home again. My husband and I spent the holiday weekend at our beach house. I was able to spend today quilting with my friends in town (before heading back to the Valley).
I am new to longarm quilting and they have been keeping me supplied with quilts to practice on. I returned one to them, was thinking how great it was to be down to five and then they send another one home with me.
I am heading back over in a few days and my goal is to get one quilt per
I am trying to find fabric with zinnias. This was my mother's favorite flower.She always had a row of them across the front of her garden.I found one place that 1 yard. Not enough. Please contact me if you see any. Thank you
Originally Posted by Quiltcamp
I trust all my fellow quilters on this board and know you will help me out.
I feel like an expectant mother and need some help.
I have a chance to purchase a used Tin Lizzie 18LS. I really need some info on this machine.
Does anyone have any opinions? Is it a good machine. Any problems I need to know about
to help make my decision to take the plunge??? The owner stated no problems - she is the original
owner and has had it for 2 years.
To remove the screw from ejector bar, you will have to gently turn the screw counter clockwise. Since you were able to remove wick without removing screw, you have two opinions now. You can try to remove screw to clean it up, or you can leave it. If it looks like it doesn't want to come out because of dirt and rust, try soaking it in oil for some time. If you decide to leave it just screw the wick into the screw.
I know that you most likely want that cleaned up too since you are very
Originally Posted by candi
Sadie, you are right of course, I haven't been good with triangles and points, but practice makes perfect, right? Actually, I could get many points to match nicely, but some just won't, so to them I said 'oh well". I actually made some progress today and have a few blocks started. I changed the center square in my light Ohio Stars because I wanted more red in my quilt, I think it gives it a nice pop, and boy are there many seams in this quilt! Pressing takes time to get every seam to
Originally Posted by solstice3
This was very simple to make but a great pattern for a quick quilt.
Originally Posted by tesspug
Looks easy enough. http://quilting.about.com/od/blockof...ning_star.htm#
Originally Posted by ZugZug
I found this quilt at a local quilt shop. I love the sashing that was used, however the shop said that they have no clue who made it or what it is called since the quilt was a donation. They were very kind about allowing me to take a picture so I was wondering if you lovely people could help me out. I can always pull out the graph paper and do the lay out myself, but I figure if someone happens to know the name or a source for it already in pattern form, that would save me some frustrations And