This class is half price and teaches how to quilt on your home machine (so they say). It is on a website called "Craftsy" and it is from Quilters Club of America.
Had a great time with my partner the last time and please sign me up again.. love it
Originally Posted by Krystyna
This is the correct thread.
We have a house at the beach (Oregon) and I was able to spend most of the past week there with my husband (he is recuperating from elbow surgery).
We went to the local library and when I walked in I was surprised to see a quilt that I had made and donated to a local charity hanging on the wall. The librarian asked me to sign the label that was put on the back - so my name and the name of my longarm friend now grace the back of this quilt.
I have made a raffle quilt!!!
Just had 'Aunt Betty's Bar B Q' (sloppy joes) with coleslaw and peas. This meal is from my childhood in Cincinnati. I used 4 lbs of hamburger, so we'll have lots of leftovers. Maybe I won't have to cook at all tomorrow.
My sister and sister-in-law both work at Xavier, so I've developed a loyalty to them -- I certainly didn't have that while growing up in Cincy -- then, it was the Bearcats all the way.
I have two handwork projects to work on while watching b ball tonight.
Originally Posted by Handcraftsbyjen
Does anyone know if there is a GPS plug-in for quilt shops? I know there are some for other businesses. If you know of one, can you please share the information? I have the major quilting travel books and my GPS will search by name but having a plug-in and not having to manually type everything would be great.
Whew, watching all of this college basketball is tiring! The Cincy Bearcats are just five points behind Ohio State with about 7 minutes to go. I'm typing during the commercials.....
I would love to see both Cincy and Xavier go through to the next round!
I've completed and pin basted a trip around the world quilt.
I have not been able to master free motion quilting and have been machine quilting, straight line.
I'd like to know if anyone can suggest something straight line I can do instead of sewing one line diagonally through each square.
The last quilt I did was all straight line, all stop and go, but it came out very well and I would hate to go back to simple quilting.
I have a basic Bernina with a wavy line and in
After a year of being ill, my mother recently passed away. I have not been sewing much during that year and now find I can't get motivated to do any. A good friend of mine has tried to get me going--we go to a PIP class at our local quilt shop once a month but even that hasn't done it. Love going, chatting with friends and seeing what they are doing but . . . . . ? I even started reorganizing my sewing room but still nothing. Any advise you can share would be helpful. Thanks.
This is my latest quilting project that I have made for a special sister in law.
It is going from Melbourne to Sydney just for being there.