Originally Posted by Kitsie
C7 - C10. Very happy with inside (diamond) rows of C7. C8 had very flat center seams because I pressed them open but lo, I reversed the fabrics!! Seeing as I was using a charm square, I just made another small center and appliqued it over the original. Not bad! Also needed to make the outer triangles of larger fabric but if I'm really careful I can still get enough for a seam allowance when I join the blocks. Thank heaven for Fray Check. First picture of it is wrong! Love doing reverse applique
Originally Posted by Kitsie
Here are C5 (mine turns backwards!), C6 (I love this one!) and Triangle LS 4. So what one for today? Maybe another triangle?
Videos to Watch on cleaning your sewing machines:
I am so excited in 6 more days I will have my studio back (long story). In the process what i am wanting to have is a cutting table. I have been looking at places online and at Joanns and Hancock fabrics and it is running me about $100. however, i am looking at making my own table and just seeing if anyone has any ideas or thoughts about it. I am looking at something for a person who is almost 6ft tall. Currently i am using the tables that are meant for outside. I like the lenght not keen on
After 1 1/2 yrs. my son and DIL,s wedding quilt is finally done and delivered. It took me almost that long to figure out how to post pics on this site!! LOL! It is machine pieced and hand quilted. For the first time it used the "quilt as you go method", quilting each square and them sewing them together as I have no space to lay out a queen size quilt. I have named this quilt Dresden Garden since it is a combination of Dresden Plate and Garden Path. The quilt is reversible with White
Originally Posted by sniktasemaj
Thanks for the link. I saved it favorites on my computer.
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.