Originally Posted by Crossstitcher
Just try and not laugh!!!!!!
While conducting some business at the Court House, I overheard a
lady, who had been arrested for assaulting a Mammogram Technician,
say, "Your Honor, I'm guilty but.....there were extenuating circumstances."
The female Judge said, sarcastically, "I'd certainly like to
hear those extenuating circumstances." I did too so, I listened as the
lady told her story.
"Your Honor, I had a mammogram
Anyone else here from the board on Pinterest? My sister gave me an invite, and man...what a collection of everything on there! I've found some longarm quilters whose work I've admired on there, and have I ever found inspiration for quilting!
If you haven't visited....check out their website at: http://pinterest.com/
Definitely an addictive site with so much to look at
Well, as most know the CW is what my concentration has been on. A friend of mine worked on my machine for me over the weekend and all was well for a couple of days. I am back to the same disagreement with it so put it back up. I don't know when I'm going to realize that I am not meant to operate machinery, lol. I did manage to make it through putting 16 (4.5" squares) together before it got mad at me again. Therefore, back to all by hand once again. I am ok with this, I just think I
Originally Posted by dixie_fried
I have never seen this before and I'm not sure if the author of this tutorial came up with it or borrowed it, but, it would make a super fast and cute quilt!
Two blogs....do I have the strength???? lol Will give it a go and see how it works.
For this one I'm going to cheat a little bit and repost the quilting class pics I have on our other blog...for those who maybe haven't found our original blog. If you have already seen this, I apologize...but then, you'll get the see the awesome quilts the quilting class put together for a second time.
I thought I'd share a few pictures of the beautiful quilts that the students in
Finished my 'floating lanterns' mini top last night. It was sort of a bear to square up. Had to add borders to two sides to get the right size, but it worked, and the black fabric hides the seam lines. Then, I added a yellow flange and put the black binding on the front. Now, I just need to sew the binding from the back and add a label, and my Feb. DQ is ready early.
Now, I'm on to my Feb. quilt for AAQI. I'm trying to use an old design called 'Exquisite'. I saw it in one of Gwen
I went to JoAnn's after work tonight and purchased some dark blue material that I will use for the back and binding of the family reunion quilt. I have to wash it, then I want to piece in a few squares leftover from the front of the quilt. Then I will sandwich and quilt. I should get the quilting started this weekend. I hope to be done with the quilt by the end of the month.
Yeah, everything is working out so well. I just have to take my time and finish the rest without rushing.
My DIL posted a couple of pics of my great grandkids so thought I would share them here.
the first one is of my grandson Jake and his nieces and nephews(my greats)
the second one is of the great grands
Jayden is now 3 Alisha is 6 Adrianna is now 2 and baby Serenity is now 9 weeks old.
Originally Posted by Shawn Hoover
Impossible to do them all but here are some I found online for 2012.
BOM's that are up for the entire year:
#1 Crazy Dogs....http://www.syverkstan.net/
#2 Blocks and recipes...http://www.dreamcastlequilts.com/
#3 Gorgeous Mystery...http://www.animasquilts.com/2012Mystery.html
#4 Embroidery Promises and Borders http://www.elefantz.com/
#5 Tempting Shapes BOM 2012...http://simply2m.blogspot.com/
#6 Patriotic Pinwheel Pizzas...http://www.floridacabinfever.com/
I have a few quilts that I am making for the grandchildren. This one I finished on Christmas day and it took me about 3 months to do. I hand embroidered the pegusus with yarn as to achieve the detail and colors that I wanted. I love to draw and wanted to do something different with my art. This is what I ended up with...thanks for letting me share...