I have an eldredge two spool sewing machine I was looking for more information on it. It has diferent patent dates on a silver plate on it from 1911-1913. If anyone can share any information that would be great.
Updated 01-13-2012 at 04:47 AM by PatriceJ
HELP with material calculations!!!by wefarm2
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Originally Posted by dilyn
The last 2 Christmas gifts I made this year were for 2 of my sewing sisters. I call it a ‘vest’ even tho it really isn’t a vest. After I made them for my sisters, I liked them so much I decided I had to have one too. Aprons don’t really work for me, but I don’t always have pockets for all my ‘stuff’ so I designed this to hold the things I tend to misplace (phone, Ipod, scissors, reading glasses, measuring tape, etc.) while I’m sewing. I also added a small pin cushion
Originally Posted by Rose Marie
I get so frustrated with this new board.
How do I save this blog so I can refer back to it?
Originally Posted by AnitaSt
Measurements for Arm Covers
The arm covers are constructed the same way….they are a rectangle with a little front panel. You need three measurements:
7. The length of the arm. On my chair the length was 21 inches. Figure 6.
8. The width of the arm cover. Drape your tape measure over the arm and decide how much drop you want on the inside and the outside. Mine are pretty narrow because I was short on fabric…next time I’ll make them a little wider.
Originally Posted by AnitaSt
Tutorial for Quilted Recliner Slipcover
After my recent post Quilted Recliner Slipcover-thing several of you asked for a tutorial, so here goes my first tute on QB. Feel free to post questions or PM me. I included lots of pictures. The link above is to the first cover I made. Figure 1 shows the finished project that you’ll see in this tutorial.
I know this looks like a long project with lots of steps, but the chair cover is just a long rectangle
Originally Posted by wordpaintervs
I wanted to post 3 I just got done today. I used 3 different skin tones and have to say I am dissappointed with the face of the darkest skinned doll. I had two shades of brown for her eyes and used the lighter, but they don't show worth a darn, and that is such a shame. I think I'm going to try to find one a couple shades lighter, but in my little town that may not be possible. We'll see. I'll just remove the eyes she has on the regular dress side. I think the nightgown side is okay as it
Originally Posted by ConstanceK
I have the bubble liquid. i soaked it. Put parchment aper and muslin into printer. it got caught. I put the muslin down first and then the paper.
What did i do wrong or better still how do i do it "right"?
You may design your own placemats with out a theme if you choose!!!
Originally Posted by Gail B
I went to a potluck on the weekend & I didn't have a casserole carrier so I wrapped the casserole in a towel. A lady at the potluck brought her casserole wrapped in a carrier that looked really easy to make. On Saturday I made 4 of these in 2 different sizes (18" square & 20" square). Didn't need a pattern, just cut my squares for front & backing & insulbrite, bought 2 D-rings & went for it. After you lay your dish in the center you thread the strap through both