Originally Posted by Rubesgirl
I believe what you're looking for is The Ufo-rphanage for Quilters (www.ufo-rphanage.com). They have all kinds of info on how many and how big. Also, www.Quiltersparadiseesc.com has many calculators for yardage, binding, borders, batting, etc. I've used both of them and found them to be quite accurate. Hope this helps you!
Doing a circle format can be limiting, but I thought I should give it a try. This is my playing around with scraps.
I know most of you are probably wondering what it is or why its on here so let me explain. My husband fills out the bracket every year for this. He and my olders boys think that none of us girls know what were talking about. So, Im thinking about challenging my husband to see if I can get more of the correct teams chosen in the bracket. If I win I will win $100.00 for fabrics, if he wins then well, I'll let him know he is the master of the universe as far basketball goes. Thats the reasoning
Updated 03-11-2012 at 05:07 PM by mdall
We are just finishing a long weekend th-su of retreat here in Van ALystyne ,TExas.....What a wonderful place.
May put pictures under the offline events soon.
Mom is having her heart surgery the 29th of this month. So now we have a date to go by. And then when she is fully recovered, I'll have my elbow fixed.
Hope everyone here at QB is thriving on their quilting....
Time changed and spring is on it's way.;........
Hi All Thumbs,
Originally Posted by Jim's Gem
Thanks for the great info!
Originally Posted by Prism99
Craftybear posted this link to a tutorial that shows the method Eleanor Burns made famous:
Eleanor Burns has some great books on how to make log cabin quilts with this method, in various sizes. This method is fast and rewarding, and always works for me!
One Block Wonders (OBW)
Here is the thread to show the projects that I have made.
pattern for pincushion I made http://monkeyroom.blogspot.com/2007/01/tutorial.html