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
Originally Posted by Iris P.
Puck116--love your quilts! and have loved looking at all the rest that people have posted...they are wonderful and unique, and superbly scrappy! I too like to make them and here are some of mine...