Thanks to the administrators of this site. I LIKE the new site! It took a few minutes of clicking around to figure out the organization, but after that...It's a job well done! I appreciate the time, thought and energy that went into this huge project.
Well, if I wasn't ready for winter, I suppose I should get ready pretty fast now as it's snowing outside as I type. Hopefully it won't be long lasting and just a gentle reminder that winter is on it's way? On the positive side, it does however make me want to batten down the hatches and work on a quilting project, staying warm inside. Snow give me permission to quilt without guilt!
Updated 11-04-2011 at 08:07 AM by rwquilts
Glad it's Friday. Work will get a little hectic this afternoon because stuff will be done at the last minute, but for now, I'm relaxed and calm.
I finished DD's funky scarf last night, but was too tired to take a picture. I will do that tonight or tomorrow. I also have to show off the sewing machine panels I quilted and bound that are on the wall.
I have fabric to wash tonight as well. Some yardage I purchased for potholders and just because it was pretty.
Originally Posted by cinnya
Kindersue don't leave, try this first.............go to bottom of page, you will see a default button-click and select mobile style.This will almost look like the old board.To see menue just click on top left side on Quiltingboard.
You can read and post on this format and anytime you want to go to the regular forum just hit Full Screen on bottom of page
Best thing,colors are so much better in this format.
Originally Posted by ranger
1. Clicked POST NEW THREAD.
2. Printed my message.
3. Scrolled down to MANAGE ATTACHMENTS. Clicked it. This opened a new window.
4 In new window saw UPLOAD FILES FROM YOUR COMPUTER.
5. Clicked BROWSER. Found my pic and opened it.
6. Clicked UPLOAD.
7. Waited about 1/2 minute.
8. Underneath the UPLOAD FILES FROM A WEBSITE, saw new area called CURRENT ATTACHMENTS with my pic name.
REMEMBER.......YOU MAY HAVE TO WAIT A BIT FOR THE PIC TO ATTACH.
i'm here waiting for my daughter to deliver my 1st grandnaughter and it looks like it might be a few weeks yet are there any quilting classes,open guild meetings in or near columbia I have been here a week and already miss my fabric? please help? thanks. my email is Synbad@cox.net thanks
Originally Posted by freemo
I continue to really like the Lil' Twister template and made this quilt in a type of Around the World pattern. Then I added some appliqued flowers to add some color. I have more pictures on my blog. I would post more but I think they are too big to post here.
Originally Posted by Rann
CATTLE GUARDS, THIS IS ABOUT AS GOOD AS THEM WANTING TO CHANGE THE LAW OF PHYSICS!
You will love this one, I haven't stopped laughing yet.
For those of you who have never traveled to the west, or southwest, cattle guards are horizontal steel rails placed at fence openings, in dug-out places in the roads adjacent to highways (sometimes across highways), to prevent cattle from crossing over that area. For some reason the cattle will not step on the 'guards,' probably
Originally Posted by BizyStitches
I got this from a yahoo group I belong too and I thought it was cool. Sorry if it has been posted before, I'm behind in reading the messages.
Enjoy, and oh yea, if you want to hear the music have your speakers on.