This is a portrait quilt that I made from taking a class but I can't remember the teacher's name at the moment. We used a picture and from that used a process that took seven layers of applique to complete the portrait. I love how it came out and it captures my Mother just as I think of her. The photo was actually taken on a visit to my home in MN and the three of us sisters and my granddaughter including our Mother all went out for some coffee together. I was able to snap this photo when she
Originally Posted by dilyn
When I posted my ‘Pinklet’ quilt yesterday I received several requests for a tutorial on the technique I used for my binding. I had some quilting practice pieces leftover from another quilt. I had used it to play with stitch length and tension so it’s not very pretty but it worked for this purpose. Come to think of it, I will probably use it as a large mug rug at my desk. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Went to a small quilt shop by me looking for 108" wide backing. I have a pre-printed queen size quilt top and I was dumb founded to hear the woman helping me ask me ( how long will it take you to run that up on a machine?).
Maybe I'm old fashioned, but to me you should do these by hand.
Originally Posted by debcavan
I wanted to start small. I do Stitch in Ditch a lot but other than that not much ruler work. I love freemotion. I am planning on using the Mini ray to design quilts that can frame my painting on quilts.
This was fun. If you are thinking of getting the Renae's Rays, get the mini rays first.
The background of the butterfly is quilted with green thread to make the butterfly show up better.
I have a non stich regulated prodigy longarm. I am fighting with loops and thread nests on the bottom. I have tightened my top tension, changed needled, cleaned u name it! I am wondering if I am not threading the first post with holes in it properly. I bought is used with no manual. Any help appreciated
Originally Posted by Champagnolle
This is from the pattern Let Sleeping Dogs Lie. I drew off some additional dogs, painted eyes on, and made it in bright colors.
It took a long time because I was "helped" by 4 male black lab puppies I offered to foster for the local shelter. I got them when they were 3 1/2 weeks and they are now 12 weeks old. They were part of a litter of 13 dumped out in a laundry basket when the shelter was closed. I haven't been able to find homes for any of them so I guess they
Originally Posted by dungeonquilter
I have read that a few of you tried to add a zipper to the bow tucks. I did too, and thought I would share my technique. It is not perfect. Just before the step to sew the two inside pieces together, I added in my zipper. I sew a folded piece to each side of the zipper with the raw edges to the zipper.
Marked 1 1/2" down from top
Lined up zipper unit with mark & sewed 1/4" from fold
I am searching for the lady from Texarkana, Arkansas that made the Razorback Quilt. It is adorable and I would like to find out if she does her own quilting or ha her tops quilted by someone else. I am looking for a quilter in the Texarkana area.
Originally Posted by maryb119
My DD is having her second baby and we know it's a girl. DD requested that I make a baby quilt in hot pink and zebra print. After searching my stash and purchasing the baby zebra print on line, this is what I came up with. I think it turned out really cute. The binding will be the zebra print. My question is how do I quilt it? I am open to ideas so please tell me yours.
I have also made a matching crib sheet in the baby zebra print.