Basting a Quilt with boards
Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhwNy...eature=related
I am organizing this blog to have links for using the Lil Twister rulers.
I have done very little quilts by tieing them, but a friend is just beginning to quilt and want to know how far a part the ties should be. I suggested every 4 inches, but I don't know for sure. Can any one give suggestions?
March 17, 2012http://www.noblenimblethimbles.com/Quilt Vendors, SpeakerOur featured speaker is author, instructor, fabric and pattern designer, and quilter extraordi-naire, Edyta Sitar. Vendors will be offering a variety of shopping opportunities
June 21, 2012 9-6 pmJune 22, 2012 9-6 pmJune 23, 2012 9-4 pmhttp://www.appleseedquiltersguild.co...quiltshow.html
Updated 03-12-2012 at 10:09 PM by craftybear
Originally Posted by igorsews
Yah, I know it's early for Xmas...so I got an early start! One is already spoken for!
Live in Indiana: http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...s-t161646.html
Quilting Links by Catergories (I will be working on adding links to this thread)
Beginner Quilting Links:
Quilting 101: http://www.sewaquilt.com/quilting-basics.html
Updated 03-12-2012 at 11:41 PM by craftybear
I am looking to buy a long arm quilting machine, not sure which one to buy. I use to help my late mother hand quilt as a young girl growing up but now would like to save my fingers and my time by using a long arm.
So, I have just started making my own quilts and have a quilted one with stitch in the stitch stitch, very basic, now would like to venture out into design quilting. I know this is going to be a challenge but I think with the right machine I might be successful. Do any of you have
Originally Posted by Rubesgirl
I believe what you're looking for is The Ufo-rphanage for Quilters (www.ufo-rphanage.com). They have all kinds of info on how many and how big. Also, www.Quiltersparadiseesc.com has many calculators for yardage, binding, borders, batting, etc. I've used both of them and found them to be quite accurate. Hope this helps you!
Doing a circle format can be limiting, but I thought I should give it a try. This is my playing around with scraps.