Originally Posted by applique
I had some left over fish from an appliqued quilt. I decided to add a few new ones, maybe a fishing pole and reel. Have more left over weeds to add in and some fishy background fabric. Should have it together in a week or so. Will call it The Fishing Hole!
The leftover fish were from McKenna Ryan's Out and About pattern. Then her Something Fishy quilt pattern caught my eye so I decided to add some of those fish. I enlarge the patterns so they are big enough to easily satin stitch
It's still early morning here.
Furbaby woke me. His bark was demanding and when I let him out, he puked. UGH!
Well, he had enough sense to go outdoors before doing it.
Poor baby...will have to watch him for signs of sickness although he ate a lot yesterday and probably upset his tummy.
I plan to work on my Sampler today...not sure if I'll get a lot done. Need to do some weeding...why do weeds grow so much faster than my planted flowers!?
I also need to
I need help locating 3 fabshop hop patterns. I am looking for the sour cream sugar cookies, chocolate chip and the raisin bar. I have been to almost all the sites and still cannot find them. I had problems last month locating all the patterns and now this month too. I am the only one having problems? Time is running out for me to find these 3.
Originally Posted by sewloved
I love this quilt! I want to make 10 more in different colors and varieties!
Originally Posted by w7sue
Has anyone here used the EssentialPRO thread from Connecting Threads on their longarm machines?
How do you like it? Would you recommend it?
If you didn't like it, don't recommend it, what do you recommend?
I need thread for my machine - don't want to get a business license so I can go to EE Schenk (in Portland, Oregon) and don't want to really pay an arm and a leg for thread.
I have saved all my Bookmarks in my blog.
I prefer to keep them there.
I am going to try to post in my blog more often.
Hope I keep it up.
Hi, I kinda of new to quilting and have made several small baby quilts. I'm making a large crib quilt, but I'm having trouble squaring it off. I have already did the stick in the ditch and I need to get it ready for the binding.
Can anyone tell me the easiest way to do this. Thanks
I'm new to this site and fairly new to quilting. I've only made one 9-patch but I have completed and quilted my Grandmother's flower garden quilt top.
I'm looking for a large pattern Houndstooth (like U of Alabama) that I can make for my brother & sister-in-law for Christmas. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Update on house: 2 bedrooms, hall laundry room and living room all painted, even the ceilings. Plumber came and installed the shower floor thing, tile man coming next week to do the tile, then it needs to be painted, I am so sore, getting too old to do painting any more but once I get it all done, I will not have to worry about it any more for a good long time.
Today I have to get started on the baby quilt I have been asked to make, the colors are pale lemon yellow, and a light dove
Originally Posted by bdship
I was on a twister kick, they were habit forming. Made with the small tool.