Originally Posted by dhanke
I made this quick little baby quilt for a darling young couple that I sold a home to last fall. Their little boy was born earlier this month. I used Sharon Craig's layer em up book for the pattern. I made my own layer cake from leftover fabrics that I used in my crumb quilt backing, as I cut the squares for the backing I also cut 10 inch squares for my homemade layer cake.
I just bought the lastest Maggie's Crochet Slippers book on Amazon for 1/2 price and with the S/H fees I got it for less than the price on Maggie's Site. I learned to check Amazon FIRST!!!
Originally Posted by Krystyna
Who's ready for Quilty Chaos?
Sharpen those needles!
Rev your engines ...
Load those bobbins ...
Here we go!
Brenda21 Donna H-M
Choosing a name for your quilt is SEW important.
Love and care goes into each quilt. Each stitch, each piece of carefully chosen fabric takes time to lovingly create a baby quilt. Why not take time to name your quilt? To keep a quilt part your family, an heirloom, the name becomes important.
Quilts stand the test of time, and so it will continue to bring warmth for years to come. The name for the quilt should be given great consideration.
You can choose from unusual names,
Originally Posted by MacThayer
I think it's called "Georgia" something. My sister sent it to me. I promised her a quilt, and asked if there was any style in particular that she'd like, and she sent me this. Apparently found it in a magazine (with no pattern). I suppose I could make up a pattern, but it would be nice to have a real one. Anyone?
I have been all over the internet as well as all over town trying to find quilt quality fabrics in a flesh tone for making people appliques. I cannot find anything. I know it exists somewhere and you guys are the right group to ask for help in finding a line or store that sells this caucasion blush/peachy type skin tone fabric.
thank you guys
Originally Posted by Mizkaki
I just tried the chopstick with an eye bolt on the end. The thread got caught in the opening of the eye. So I tried more binder clips. Here is the pictures of what I came up with. The binder clip holds the chopstick to the spool pin, but it was moving back and forth as the thread is pulled through. I fixed that by putting paper around the spool pin to tighten the binders's grip on the pin. Miriam, I think I like this better than the suction cup. Thanks for the idea.
Whether you are a veteran quilter or a “newbie” just ready to begin your first baby quilt, like any great craftsman, having the right tools for the job and knowing how and when to use them is important to the success of your project.
In my family quilting has been passed on from generation to generation. As a result, the new ideas and techniques, along with innovative tools and shortcuts have been passed on from one to another, so that the craft can continue to develop. Always
Originally Posted by greenfairy
This is an original quilt design by Pam White. It is a beautiful quilt and I was lucky enough to be the one to quilt it. It was fun to play with the center. I stood in front of the quilt machine just trying to figure out what to do in the center, then I just started quilting and this is what I ended up with. This was all done free hand on my A1 Long Arm, and I also used a stencil for the feather circles. I love it! I have more pictures on my blog, my blog address is in my signature.
My DGS Daymon is 8 and loves to ride his bike. But yesterday he caught the guide wire on a pole in their yard and it flipped him into the grass hitting his head. He limped into the house and while his mom was cleaning the scratches on his hand he was asking What Happened? How did those scratches get there? He was very vague and not quite sure what was going on. So they took him to the hospital and they kept him overnight for observation. He was still vague and unsure of where he was etc on the