I Love a new year, clean slate, blank canvas, and the beginning of a book. I don't make resolutions, I do ask my Creator to open my eyes to His purpose for my life. I already have rediscovered that Love is patient.
Wow.....I have been so impatient this past year. If I could have walked away from myself...I would have! My impatience has also impacted my creativity, relationships and health. I don't want to leave off Kindness, in my impatience I'm sure my kindness has suffered. Therefore
I have a chance to trade something I am offering, for a Simplicity serge mate 4350D serger. I can't find any info on the web about it, closet I came was a manual. Do any of you ladies know about this machine? I'm mostly looking to find out if it's a good machine. Thanks for your help.
What yardage of material per item is a good buy for stash? Thanks
Lots of decals:
Updated 01-16-2012 at 08:16 AM by deplaylady
Thanks for all your questions concerning this quilt. I saw an ad for some pre printed material in an old quilting magazine and said to myself “I can do that”. I drew my own dress (all dresses are the same pattern), cut them out of my scraps and then appliqued them on 10” squares, and then had fun just decorating them with bits of lace, ribbon, buttons, rick rack and anything else I could find. I had a ball and it was “playing paper dolls” all over again. The border in just repeated triangles of
Found this pattern on ebay and decided to make a quilt for my granddaughter for graduation as she loves owls. There are 25 different owl designs and just duplicate and make quilt as large as you want. Thanks for the questions as they make me feel good about learning all about quilting. Just started the last year when I retired..............Linda
well, it would be nice if I could figure out how to post these pics!!! LOL
Made these for my three daughters, 16, 18, and 22. The "BOYD" banner is my oldest daughter's new name as she was recently married. The Bright black one for my eighteen year old and the red/purple for my sixteen year old. The last one is actually Candace's work. She began this first quilt when she was 11 yrs and we never got it finished. I decided to finish it for her for Christmas as she wanted it done, but had lost interest in doing it herself. All of the blocks were finished and
Originally Posted by JudyG
Four Patch to be used as label
The block of the month project may not be a challenge for most here, but it certainly was for me.
I have never done paper piecing before! If learning from mistakes is the best way to learn, I should be able to teach a class by now.
I decided to do the block of the month. This was my first endeavor and I rather like how the block turned out. I will post a picture of it in the appropriate forum thread.