Originally Posted by Jenniky
Judy Nice Block Aren't Birdhouses fun I like the browns you used. Brown fabrics have always been my favorite.
So I finished working on my block today. Seeing we are at the half way point I decided I would also post a picture of all my six blocks together. Wow only six more blocks togo.. As always once I post my block I dont want to hurry life along, but Im always looking forward to the beginning of the next month to see what new block is posted and what challenges it can bring.
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You Know Your a Floridian If....
I thought this was the perfect "First week of Summer Vacation" Post!
You know you're a Floridian if.....
Socks are only for bowling.
You never use an umbrella because the rain will be over in five minutes.
A good parking place has nothing to do with
Ok so it is not pressed and it's not perfect, BUTTTTTT it is my first time using a machine and quilting so what more could a lady ask for. I DID IT.
Originally Posted by Rose Marie
For 4 1/2 inch use two squares cut at 10 inchs. draw an x and sew 1/4 in down each side of lines. Cut in half both ways then on lines. You will have 8 HSTs with no bias edges. Square up with Quilt in A Days triangle square up ruler, done with one cut, amazing.
Originally Posted by Candace
Hey. You all know by now I'm not a treadle gal. So what's this machine and is it worth my attention? I was thinking of my first attempt at a repaint. Or not.
I think the shoes on the far left are almost as interesting as the sewing machine. This is my first time ever leaving a comment, so if I have done it incorrectly, please forgive.
Originally Posted by Kitsie
Here are D4 & D5 and triangle Top7. I was really pleased with all of these! Especially the triangle with 2 inset seams! So small to work with, but I got lucky! Thanks for asking to see them! Enjoy your day!
Last year there was a "Noodle Swap" ( 2 1/2 strips like jelly rolls) that I took part in, I completed 1 quilt right away, then got working on this one - finally put it on my bed since I had planned it as a "Summer Quilt" thought I'd share, as the noodle swap prints were so nice, and I haven't seen another swap of this type - anyone else from that swap completed any quilts?????
The floral embroideries were something I saw on sale on the web - at the time I bought them I
Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
Back in March, I asked for advice on how to quilt this quilt http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...t-t183749.html . I appreciated all of the advice. I chose the zig zag meander. It really fits this quilt. It took a while to get it done as I had a wedding quilt to complete first. After those were done, I moved. When I had shown the top to the charity, the response had been somewhat cool. But when I took them the completed quilt, they were so much more delighted
Originally Posted by gramto4
I love this thread - so many lovely quilts. Some are very unique and all are beautiful. I love the feeling of making "something out of nothing". Now to see if I can upload some pictures...
Crayon Box pattern (Quiltville)
Diamond strings (Quiltville)
One of many Kids' I Spy quilts