Originally Posted by miriam
Here is a generic zz manual
Originally Posted by Belfrybat
Here's the remainder as the system wouldn't let me post all of them at the same time:
Mystery #7 posts = 1, 339, 714, 1129, 1363, 1566, 1777, <O></O>
Additional notes for #7:
Addition to post 714 -
Posted by Evie in Post # 728 Judy, you don't have instructions to connect all the pieces. I'm assuming they
Originally Posted by Belfrybat
Originally Posted by ctyankee
I am amazed at all the beautiful quilts I've seen on this thread. I've been following for quite a while, but haven't started yet. Well, I will, but I'm 'way behind. That's okay, though, since I love seeing what everyone else is doing. I've also gone back to #8 & #7 to see what they were, & I'd like to do those, too -- one day. But where do I find the earlier ones? They don't show up when I enter, say, #6 mystery train ride. I'd like to see the earlier ones though. What am I doing wrong?
Originally Posted by quiltingshorttimer
Wanted to share about a new, big regional show coming this summer. The Kansas City Regional Quilt Fest (www.kcrqf.com ) is Jun 18-22. Vendors are sold out with a combo of big companies and small booths, 3 special quilt collections (Beatles, KC STAR blocks, Quilt Con), judged quilts, and guild displays, and still some classes available, plus demos.
The Fest is organized by 16 area quilt guilds. Our intent is for the show to be an every-other-year event. Lots of work, but lots of
Quilter's cotton top and back/cotton batting
76" x 76"
Originally Posted by Lyncat
My DH built me a wonderful new sewing table. The back folds out into an extension so I have a huge work surface. It has a lift so I can easily adjust the height for embroidery or push it down out of the way. When we put the machine in the table, he noticed that the top color-coordinates with the machine. I feel so blessed that this wonderful, talented man loves me.
I am embroidering chick/bunny candy holders in the hoop. I can get 3 identical items in the hoop at once. I would like to be able to have the stitch sequence sew all three at the same time rather than individually to reduce the number of thread color changes. Is there a way the machine will do that? I don't seem to find any instruction in the book. However, I haven't had this machine very long, and I'm probably looking in the wrong place.
Thanks for any help in advance.
Originally Posted by Toni C
In honor of International Quilting Weekend, March 20-22, 2015, The Quilt Show (www.thequiltshow.com), the web TV show hosted by Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims, will open all of its shows from the first nine series—shows 100-1513—for the entire weekend. I'm telling you today so that you can reserve time this weekend. Just got this email and wanted to share so all could watch
Here is my most recent quilt. I'm calling it "Name Above All Names". It is a border quilt - all border rows. Completely machine pieced and free-motion quilted. Made of Kona cotton solids.
This is a quilt I made for my grandaughter to give her boyfriend for Valentines Day.