Ok here are some of my rugs in progress. this is the front and back, no binding yet.
Comic Backing Boards (to put fabric on) Anderson, IN store 9-5
Gloves for Rotary Cutting:
Updated 03-23-2012 at 04:41 PM by craftybear
I love searching online for cool pictures of quilting studios so I am now adding them to this thread by pictures or videos. So all of you can enjoy them.
Pictures of Quilting Studios
Videos of Quilting Studios
Baby Quilt Are Not For Cuddles
Did you ever see a baby start to learn to try to roll over? Of course this proud Grandmother watched her new grandson perform this feat for the first time, yesterday, over the Internet using the Skype. How magnificent to have the technologies to be able to capture those first moments that would otherwise have gone unseen due to the miles that come between grandmother and grandson. Yet today, this proud grandmother is not only able to witness the first but
Hi, I'm desperately seeking help. I purchased fabric last year and just recently started to make a quilt for my daughter. Unfortunately I miscalculated one of the fabrics. I ordered it from Connecting Threads. It's called Weybridge Antique from the Canterbury by Country Essentials series that was featured in CT's Winter 2011 magazine. The catalogue # was 3128. CT no longer has it in stock and I'm short approx 1/2 yard. If anyone has some extra in their stash I would be forever grateful
After two takes of the video, I decided a written tutorial would be more easily understood. Now my goal is to try to figure out how and where I need to put it up so you can see it. Think I got it!
Originally Posted by GrannieAnnie
I think some here are over-thinking this project. String together a bunch of strips. Cut the first strip whatever length you want---------40" is what you want. Keep adding strips until you reach 36" wide.
If you are using from your stash-----------you can make individual strips from just a few inches to however long you want-----------cut only after you've sewn a few strips end to end. When complete, they'll be sort of willy-nilly when sewn together.
My partner has received it so I want to post it.
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