Made from guild members donated scraps and some guild garage sale fabrics.
Originally Posted by crafterrn1
Try this blog! Luann
hope this works for future show/tell
I made this for my stepdaughter. It is flannel top and back with poly batting. Large lap-size and quilted in a grid pattern. The back is an ikat print flannel.
The second quilt is for donation--I made it while I was waiting for the YBR backing to wash and dry and while my glue basting dried. Again flannel top and back and poly batting.
How childish and spiteful do you have to be to remove a blog? I thought it was grown-ups here. Do you hate it THAT bad that I'm right?
Originally Posted by Barb in Louisiana
SW Decoratives has a lot of Southwestern type patterns that could give you ideas. http://www.swdecoratives.com/index.php
This page has some free applique patterns. http://www.freeapplique.com/southwestpatterns.html
J Michelle Watts is another great southwest designer. http://www.jmichellewatts.com/
If you go to Google or Yahoo and search for Southwest quilt patterns, you will get a lot of images to choose from.
What are you working on this summer, assuming that you have a summer. Here in Wpg MB guess one can say it has arrived considering already Aug.1 when fall is thinking of stepping in very soon. Mix bag..
I was away from this site due to high cost of cable srvc but missed it greatly. Joined a Canadian legion and made 3 quilt tops that found batting yester and a good large stencil next which transit take me in another direction.. Planted more flowers and potatoes this year and did lots
Originally Posted by belmer
Well here I go, so I hope this tute works.
Please forgive me if the pic's are not perfect. This is my first time doing a tutorial.
First of all I would like to say It is a MUST that you use 100% Cotten batting.( I used warm and Natural).
There are three sizes you can cut your fabric squares in:
1) !4" for round casserole dish
2) 12" for a medium casserole dish or larger bowl
3) 10"for a typical cereal bowl size.