A friend gave me the frame and I put my Juki 2010Q on it - have been quilting away with no problems as long as I use good quality cotton or polyester thread.
One question - the machine stutters in the middle where the bars join. Does anyone know why? The table rolls smoothly without jerks across the bars, it only stutters when I am quilting.
Originally Posted by dunster
Originally Posted by dmackey
I couldn't agree more with every single post in this thread. This quilt is absolutely spectacular!
Now for my questions!
Did it really just take you one month to make this quilt?
When you say your diamonds are 2.25 in length, I'm not sure what you mean. The diamonds in the center are 2.25 in rectangular length and then the 60º angle is cut? What is the width of the strip that you cut the diamonds from? Does it include .25
Originally Posted by Hartllk
The pattern is "curved log cabin" but I am calling mine "vintage Christmas cabin" since the fabrics are in a Christmas theme. I bought 11 half yard pieces a couple of years ago in an after Christmas sale thinking I would make a Christmas quilt soon. Never came up with exactly the right pattern until I saw this one. I used almost EVERY inch of those 11 pieces plus the neutrals I bought when I started the quilt. The finished top is 104 x 104. Ready to go to my quilter. Can't
I watched the movie Let it Snow on Hallmark and loved the quilt on the wall. Does anyone know what the pattern is or where I can find it?
Originally Posted by JNCT14
Very easy pattern but I like the way the batiks and the FMQ make it pop. Done on my BabyLock midarm machine.
Another member of the forum made these log cabin blocks--I just assembled them and finished the quilt. It was given as a comfort quilt to a woman going through treatment for breast cancer.
Quilter's cotton top and back; fleece batting
Made with leftover four patches from my son's deer quilt.
Quilter's cotton top and back; poly batting
Originally Posted by OhCanada
I hope everyone's week is going well. I'm trying something different - ordered some organic vegetables online last week which are delivered right to my door, apparently they are harvested 1 day before delivery. Received my produce last Friday and I must say I was impressed by the variety, freshness and the friendliness of the founder of this enterprise - who also delivered my basket. This has forced me to eat more greens (I can't let them go bad, right?) and to try new recipes. Because being
Hi! I'm looking for a pattern that I think was in love of quilting. Bought the fabric to make it, didn't get to it last year and put it away. Now ready to do it for my Mom's best friend but I seem to have given away that magazine. It was squares with cardinals in the middle and a dark green border I think. It had sashing between the blocks and the fabrics where definitely from a Christmas line. I thought the magazine was from last year but maybe it was the year prior. Does this ring a bell for anyone?
The mola in my avatar is a very traditional design, incorporating geometric shapes and animals and using a multitude of colours. It was made by a Guna woman. I have a photo of her below, with some of her other work hanging in the background. If you look closely you will see that she has a mola sewn into her top, again, very typical dress of the Guna ladies.
In the photo, the molas hanging on the left hand side are 'touristic' molas - made to appeal to the tourists, the colours,