I love searching online for links. I am creating this page to store links for all types of Quilting Tips. Enjoy!
Updated 04-07-2012 at 09:26 PM by craftybear
Originally Posted by quilter1
I have a collection of men's ties, some from my husband, and others from my father who passed away 2 years ago. I have about 60, but probably I will need to visit the local Goodwill for more. I would love to make them into a quilt. Does anyone have an idea for a pattern? Should I wash the ties first? Most of them are silk and I am not sure how to wash them.
Were you able to get information on making a tie quilt. I had the same questions> Unfortunately I had taken mine apart and
Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
The corner of one block became the corner of the next! It came out so perfectly aligned that no squaring up was done at all! I absolutely loved making it and want to do another! I put fun fabrics in the centers and the white stars created between blocks make perfect areas for feather quilted wreaths. There were butterflies and lobsters in this one. I have no idea the name of the block. I just referred to it as the 'flower quilt'. That's what I put on the label. I failed to get a pic of it
Scrappy quilts are so much fun to make and use. There are usually a lot of memories in them. A lady who used to do a lot of my longarming (is that even a word) said she loved doing the scrappy quilts when they That is what scrappy quilts are to me - MEMORIES!
With that being said, I am working on a "Rick Rack Nines" quilt that has been in the making for just over a year now. It will measure 106 x 106 when finished. I found the pattern in a book called "Adventure
I tried to post pics on the message board, but the pics were just too small, so I'll try them here.
We had a sampler quilt class, and this is my version of the quilt. I had some Moda fabric that I'd had for a while, and I thought this would be the perfect project for them. Really pretty purples, greens, pinks, and yellow.
I had Kevin quilt as he wanted, so each block has different quilting motifs in them. He did cross hatching, freehand vines and feathers, ruler work,
Design Wall Ideas:
I love surfing the net to find cool links for all of us and now I will put all of the Design Wall Ideas on this page. Enjoy!
1. Over The Door Design Wall
and be sure to click on the link below to know how to make the curtain and other cool ideas for design walls
Updated 04-06-2012 at 01:19 PM by craftybear
Originally Posted by PinkLotus
This is another finished UFO that I finished back in January this year. It was my first quilt done for 2012, and another UFO. Just wanted to share it with you all. Also, there is a few spots where it needs to be ironed as it got a few folds in the fabric from the way it has been folded since Jan.
Closer pic of the quilting:
Originally Posted by PinkLotus
I posted my Batik Tablerunner a few weeks back and I mentioned that I would have another UFO finish soon, and tadah here it is - My Stars and Stripes quilt. I just love it and so happy that it is in the finished pile. I finished it up the end of March, and yesterday was such a beautiful day to take pics outside.
Closer pics of the quilting:
Originally Posted by wolph33
got some more quilted-table toppers and a runner.I was just playing around on these.
After several days, I have finally finished the cabinet for my 301A. When I picked it up from the seller, most of the finished and varnish had peeled away after being stored in the garage for over 1 year. I scraped the peeling varnish off and used a vintage furniture restorer to remove the rest. I sanded the cabinet, remeoved the cobwebs and applied a golden pecan stain to it. I like the final result but that one drawer (the lighter one) needs some more work. I worked to remove the prior finished