Hi everyone, My name is Denise, I have been "stalking" this site for months, it's so fab to read all the articles and see the wonderful quilts, unfortunately I was laid off from work a few months ago, but this gave me the incentive to open a little quilting unit and sell fabric, lovely. : ) , I also acquired a Gracie pinnacle frame and brought a janome 1600P so my ladies could long-arm there own quilts, but having lots of problems with this machine, the thread keeps breaking, have tried
Originally Posted by wolph33
by kaye wood-I thought it was a neat way to do a baby quilt. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOTV-YSF-48
Just need to organize my favorite HST sites. These are also great for jelly rolls.
(use the 2" finished for jelly rolls)
Really cool minimal waste method:
Buy Thangles at LQS
Gallery of Pics & Patterns:
Updated 08-10-2012 at 03:45 PM by heyjami
Originally Posted by meow meow
Thanks for the help. Wolph33 I saw the mulewagon train and one other. It did help to make an offer on the machine the lady is asking $200. At Mitch's Mom yes I do believe you are correct to some extent. I have Janome's and a New Home all sew beautifully. However they two were brand new when I bought them and the New Home was a second hand from my bff. I think Kenmore/Sears products are the off shoot of these products and that is what I think on this machine. However I can't seem to find
I'm very happy to introduce myself exposing my favorite quilt.
It's a baby quilt, I designed it for my violin teacher newborn daughter last year.
I wanted to quilt to have a cat and a violin because both of us like them so here it is, hoping you enjoy it as much as I loved making it.
It's hand quilted and I used a large batting because I wanted it to be puffy and cosy for the baby girl.
Updated 07-21-2012 at 06:59 AM by sofireno
Originally Posted by Cam22
was this the recipe: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/r...ipe/index.html
No, that is not the recipe,, the one I saw you dipped the zucchini in egg whites then rolled in panko bread crumbs... but this one looks good too
Originally Posted by ohiobuckeye
Made for Relay for Life.....
I ended up doing straight line quilting 1/4 inch from each side in north and southbound black strips only...It turned out nice...
I can not believe that I am actually making a quilt for myself to use at re-enactments.
I went through my stash of fabric from making dresses and seen what fabric that I have left to make a quilt, most pieces were too small to use. I did find some fabric, then I had to get a way to cut the fabric into nice squares. I did buy some squares to add some variety to the squares.
So I am looking at these squares, I decided to use 4" squares to make my first quilt. Which sort of works out
Originally Posted by rootyr
We have a challenge every year at our quilt retreat in the fall. The challenge this year was to make something from a strip set. It could be anything from a place-mat to a quilt but had to be completely finished. This will be my entry!