Originally Posted by northern lass
First time posting in new QB setup. Made these celtic knot placemats as gifts for friends for christmas.
Originally Posted by dixie_fried
Just found this site that has literally hundreds of quilt blocks with instructions for each one. Sorry if it's been posted before, but it did not come up when I searched for it.
Okay this is my first time for posting pictures so hope it works. This is the quilt that I made for my grandson for Christmas. This was a pattern that I got off of this board called Jelly Roll Bento Box. It was quilted by Lonna Livermont of Isabel, SD. This is one of the first quilts she's done for me and I couldn't be more impressed with her work. I have a few more quilts to post but will do that if this works.
Originally Posted by Airwick156
#12?? One of our traditions for Christmas dinner is some meatballs that I make. Make homemade meatballs or you can buy frozen pre made ones ( I always make my own they taste better) Mix a jar of Heinz Chili Sauce and an 18 oz jar of Grape Jelly together in a pan until jelly is melted and sauce is heated. Then put cooked meatballs in it until they are all warm. Eat them with a toothpick...oh just thinking about them makes my mouth water right now. LOL. I also make these on Thanksgiving and when
I am looking for a Christmas Tree Quilted Skirt Pattern. Does anyone have one?
Originally Posted by quilting_granny
Looking for the pattern to make D9P quilt. can anyone help me please!
Things have been crazy busy for me as I'm sure the same holds true for all of you. I wanted to take the time to wish all of you a Merry Christmas and a safe/happy New Year.
My goal after the chaos is over is to start working on my UFOs, determined to complete one before going to the next. If I had had this frame of thought from the start, I wouldn't have so many now. These projects range from a quilt, latch hook, crochet, plastic canvas. As I ponder on this, I am having visions
Updated 12-21-2011 at 03:37 PM by TeresaPendino
Originally Posted by sandybeach
I have that same machine or one just like it. My Mom gave it to me in the mid to late-60's. And I have sewn on it continuously since then. Clothes, bedspreads, curtains, pillows, you name it. It certainly does it all. I still have the booklet that came with it if you need a copy.
Hi Sandy, I hope this reaches you, I'm new to this forum. I am looking for the book! If you could send me a copy, that would be soooo helpful. Let me know & Thank you!
Does anyone have suggestions for finding a particular fabric that is a few years old? I am looking for "Willowberry Winter" by WillowBerry Lane & Maywood Studios. All internet searches so far, including Maywood Studio's website, have resulted in dead ends. I'd like to find 3 more yards.