wood magazine holders to make:
I am trying to find the person who blogged a while ago about the Clothesline Quilt she made from a VOGUE pattern # 1475. She provided a tutorial and pictures for it. It had 2 clotheslines on it with baby clothes and a little duck and a cloud. I made this about 33 years ago for my nephew and no longer have the pattern. I tried contacting VOGUE and they sent me a few websites to go to, to find old patterns without success. Would anyone have this pattern as it's a little difficult for me to re-create
I will try to post picture again, don't know what happened, any suggestions from experienced users of this site.
I received my secret pal swap gift and it was wonderful. I received dark chocolate, yum my fav. A great snowman pattern, can't wait to try it out. A beautiful handmade bag, great piece of green material, and frig magnet, snowman panel, love it, sharpie and colour absorber sheets. This was like Christmas all over again, I will definitely do this again.
Hello, I am new here on the quilting board website. I am looking forward to getting to make new friends and learn some techniques in quilting. I have sewing experience, but I have never really been into quilting. My grandmother used to make beautiful scrap quilts that she sewed by hand and would always remind us grandkids of her. She would use left over scraps from when she would make her own clothes and items for her home. So when we would look at the different patches we could say "that matches
Originally Posted by AUQuilter
The majority of the batiks were leftover Anthology Batiks sprinkled with just a few batik scraps from other projects. I am still learning to follow directions....AGH!!!!! I took Bonnie's pics and steps and turned it into a process that lasted at least 50% longer than it should have taken. LOL... anyone else done this with a pattern?? I still have to add the inner and outer borders. DH really liked this one.
Originally Posted by averysnan
I need to make a quickie, has anyone got a download for the turning twenty pattern they can share? Thanks fellow quilties! Appreciate any help! Thanks, Teresa
I had a lovely day today wandering around the quilt show at the Expo Center. There were over 200 beautiful quilts on display and dozens of vendors.
I went with some new friends from the local quilt shop - nothing like five quilting ladies crammed into one car for a road trip to the quilt show.
We had a great time and spent almost all day there. I am so thankful for my wonderful husband who had the day off and still was happy to let me go do my own thing - what a great