I am looking for an old Glennen Omni Stitch machine. I have one and just about wore it out. sure could use another one. If anyone has any idea where I might find one would be greatly appreciated. I realize they are very old and chances of getting one are slim. I just thought I would give it a try. thanks for listening. Carol
Originally Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org
Cold MB prairies, clearing out some of UFO's leaving room to shop at our Quilt Reflections show in March 28-30th 2014.. Been member of local quild for years. Quilting has taught me to read more, and loving it.. New paperback on store shelves. "The funeral parlor quilt and basement quilt" by ann Hazelwood. Any book reviews? Off to my sewing fun.
[QUOTE=HillCountryGal;6585397]Do you have a "quilting friend"? Maybe y'all could partner and finish one or two together. Like you, I have more fun thinking up and creating the quilt top. But I figure this is suppose to be fun.
One lady in our quilting group reports at least 12 tops that need finishing. She laughed the other day and said, "When I die someone will have to finish them!" [/QUOTE
I hope she finishes the quilts so someone in the
Just treated myself to a W & G's machine this morning that I found at a local estate sale. Dated it to be made around 1883. Does anyone have any advice on what to use to clean and polish it so I don't ruin the existing finish? Some minor rust and grime on all the exposed metal needs to be worked on.
Anyone else not getting their newsletters? Haven't gotten anything for a few days now and not in junk mail either.
Originally Posted by Marian E
I started this quilt in 2008 and it is all hand pieced with 864 blocks. I love to hand piece as well as machine piece. Hand piecing is good for the time you sit in front of the TV.
My mother in law passed away and left at lease 20 projects that need to be finished ( so now I am teaching myself to quilt and wishing I had sat at her feet for the last 30 years) and out of 40 boxes of material and patterns....I can't find it. I have a couple of templates that she made but the too are
Is there anyway I can get the Quilt Sew Clever to work on the Pfaff grand quilter 1200?
I've been away awhile and don't get online much here anymore. I know that I should, but, as we all know....Life has a way of interrupting lots of things. Oh well.
I have another DGS that will be a year old the end of March. (The same day as our DGD) That makes four now...3 boys and one girl.
I no longer am able to work, but still putter with quilting so I guess that is good.
As I am sure that others feel the same way...I am ready for spring and nice
Originally Posted by Jackie Spencer
I just purchased some on line for a quilt I am making. I can't remember the name of the place, but I just Googled Hankies and several places came up.
Many available right now on EBay.
Originally Posted by justflyingin
I need something that didn't require any thinking as I've been trying to watch the Olympics (I don't see how those of you actually watch stuff while you sew--normally I listen to Audiobooks)...and I liked what Sherry (gigiray...) did with a scrappy quilt I saw on the Scrappy quilt show thread. I wrote her for details.
She graciously shared her know-how with me and I made up an all floral quilt--made of scraps.
I already had 3.5" strips cut up so all I had to