Originally Posted by RuthFru
I know these are a little late but they were done in time to be hung for each of their special days. I have had some problems with my back and just don't get on the computer much now. The first one is for Valentine's Day and I really like it. Made partially with the serger and finished with my regular sewing machine. The next one, St. Patty's wall hanging is all made on the serger except for the binding.
In one of my quilt groups we all made a Ricky Timms Convergence quilt and
i love different patterns and textures of fabric but am at a loss of time and $ for it. My 1 yr. old who believes she is 7 yrs old never leaves me along, dont get me wrong i love her to death but its hard to get anything done that i want to do. now she is sleeping and my rotary cuter is acting up and im not sure if i should cut fabric into squares or fat quarters or leave them as wholes and sell them that ways.errr....frastrating
Originally Posted by Bg jones
My name is Brenda and I am totally new to this board and to quilting. I have started me a quilt but I started it last year. I nearly have the quilt top done but I like quilting the backing to it. I am making it for my mom she is 83 yrs. young. I take care of her 24 seven and I love it. We get our hair done together and we go shopping together. She is a real blessing to me. I am married I've been married for 17 years and if I had it to do over again I would stay single
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Thanks,I'm planning to do so!
Originally Posted by valleyquiltermo
I say add them all together and call it the ribbon quilt. JMHO
My step-daughter suffered a severe stroke 18 months ago. She is a quilter and would like to try quilting again. However, she only has the use of one hand. Any ideas?
Originally Posted by Glenn
Cleaning solutions needed:
Solution One--4parts white venegar, 4parts boiled linseed oil, 4parts mineral spirits, 1part denatured alcohol and 3-4 drops of household ammonia.
Solution Two--4parts mineral spirits, 1part boiled linseed oil
Stept 1-- with a course lint free cloth(blue jeans is good) charge the cloth with Solution one and rub in a circular motion, turning a recharging the rag with solution one. Replace rag as it gets dirty. Continue until the whole
Awhile back I posted that I was looking for a pattern to yellow brick road free. Thanks to a wonderful member of the board who sent it to me I have finished the top, sandwhiched it, and its 3/4 of the way quilted. So, here it is. Thanks to the other members who helped me with all my questions in live chat. You guys helped a completely lost beginner start and sinish her first quilt that done with FMQ. I had a blast doing it and will definitely do another. Hope the pics are okay.
Updated 04-16-2012 at 03:33 PM by mdall
Originally Posted by QM
The father in law of a friend of mine recently had a stroke. I decided to make him a lap quilt. Unfortunately, I had a lot of delays in the process, but it is finally done and ready for delivery. The older gentleman is still a hard working man and loving to his kids, grandkids and great grand kids. He has done a lot of masonry around our town, but I decided not to do the Mason's star.
Love your quilt you did a great job, he is going to love it. It looks like you used tumbling
Well, she is now clean and oiled. The cabinet is in great condition, so all I did was oil it. She is a 1917 Singer Red Eye model 66-1. Motorized by my dad, and will take a little time and effort to track down the missing parts of the treadle frame. Anyway, here she is.
Her name is Lydia.
Updated 04-26-2012 at 10:03 PM by Krisb
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