This is just a prelude for my blogs about my favorite thing - " Rugs".
IF you are looking to buy rugs, I would suggest you to read my post.
Choosing an Area RugThe most important factor with regard to how to buy a rug is the reason “why” the area rug is being bought. This may seem self evident, but it is not unknown for rug shoppers to buy extremely attractive and reasonable priced items only to find, that they have bought the wrong size, or that they color
I've finally finished my yellow quilt top. And once again, Ryan has made it her own. I just couldn't resist the second photo. Honestly, she has already claimed it as her own.
Originally Posted by Fabriclovr
Sharon and I have been working behind the scenes to find you another mystery quilt and we found one!
I have been talking to Kris at Quiltbug.com and she tells me that she will be hosting a FREE mystery quilt on Super Bowl Sunday. She can't give me any details as of yet because her testers are still finishing the final details, but she will let me know as soon as the info for yardage is posted and I will get it to you
In the mean time, please
Originally Posted by quiltingal
I am thinking about making a tumbler quilt or some call it thimble quilt, have any of you made one? If so, could you possibly post some pictures so I can see them? Thank you.
I'm really pleased with the way it turned out. I posted a picture in the picture forum and I posted a picture in my picture album in my profile under "stuff I made." I still have to get backing and binding material to get it sandwiched and quilted, but I can probably do that this week and get it sandwiched and start to quilt next weekend. I pieced this on my Singer 301A that I named for the Grandmother that we all celebrate when we have our reunions. It should be a fun giveaway.
I've gotten some inquires about where one can buy a bucket of strips. Here's the answer.
OK. Back from Mass and now armed with a cup of coffee!
About a year ago my husband and I saw an ad in the newspaper for an estate sale that had that magic word "fabric" in it. Usually we look at ads on Friday if we are planning to make the rounds so we get there early, but this time we didn't get there until early afternoon. I thought everything would be gone by then but was
Originally Posted by morelcabin
I figured I'd better try the embroidery capebilities of my new machine. I am usually a huge applique person and i am not a piecer...but this was loads of fun to do! It is for one of my daughters friends who is expectinng a boy in April.
Originally Posted by argranny
haven't tried this on this new broad, see what happens
Originally Posted by grammatjr
I have written a tutorial, per your request to see how I did the Diploma Quilts.
Since graduations were done - I improvised - meet my granddaughter, Emelia.
Now I think I need to make one of each of the other 5 grandkids!
Emy's Portrait Quilt
Originally Posted by greencat
Here's my magic pinwheels that seems similar to the new pinwheel templates that are so popular now.
I found a charm pack at Walmart to test this out. I used 25 charms (5 per row) and added a 3" border.
I put clear tape on my ruler and traced the lines from the instruction sheet.
This is the first time I've posted with multiple pics.....I'm hoping everything shows up ok
This is how I did my template.