Originally Posted by irishrose
I had to smile when I read about wearing the next smaller size for two reasons. 1) because I'm pleased for both of you and 2) because I HAD to wear my smallest size corduroys today. My normal size black ones have disappeared. I'm not sure how that happened this week. This morning when getting ready to spend the day out of town with an old friend, those pants were nowhere to be found. I already had on a bright red sweater so I needed dark pants. I found a pair of very dark green ones a size smaller.
Originally Posted by RkayD
I never thought I'd make a DWR..too many pieces and curves for me. But when my daughter got married last year and asked me if I'd make her one..whats a mom to do?? I researched and found that I could applique one. Thank goodness! I paper pieced the circles and am on my way..WhooHoo! One day I may tackle the pieces and curves but right now...this works!
A few days ago I stopped into one of our Walmarts to look for a particular notion and while I was there anyway ... I just HAD to take a look through the fabric!
Let me back up a bit. My FIRM rule for shopping for fabric at Walmart is to never, not ever, pay more than $3.99 a yard, and if it's cheaper, all the better. That said, I've really increased my stash exponentially at this store. Much of that is thanks to my husband who loves to dig through the bolts and more often than not
Originally Posted by AliKat
Also, you can print PP patterns from EQ. Lots of patterns in the library there.
Your local library might well be another source as long as you have a copy/scanner.
Here are some pics of what I have been working on... I can't show you the front because she has a new book coming out in March. The book is called "Still All Scrapped Out" by Penni Domikis of Cabin in the Woods Quilters: http://www.cabininthewoodsquilters.com/
Let me just say that not knowing how to do something never stopped me.
I just uploaded a big old bunch of photos of my quilts -- if you can call them that! This was an act of bravery.
Beginning in 2006-2007 I started making religious themed quilts. Some were wall quilts. Some were lap quilts. They were so utterly wonky that I should have been embarrassed to show them to anyone. Especially the one I attempted with faux leather.
I guess people have different
Originally Posted by Karenjane
This quilt is the second installment of my mystery quilt duo. I call it accidental because it looks nothing like the mystery quilt it started out as; and the blocks I added to it came together by chance. The blocks I ended up with in the mystery had no business being in the same quilt together, so I had to come up with another plan. One batch I pieced together in a small (60X60) throw that I posted in January. This one, however, just begged for more and I decided that some dresden plates just
Originally Posted by charismah
Well Jackie sent me this lovely quilt for LAQ.
I have to say her piecing was beautiful. The choice of fabrics is very traditional and beautiful. I love the yummy rich florals.....I know that most of my own personal quilts that I post are funa nd funky colors and fabrics...but I do have a heart for traditional florals..I have a ton in my stash for the "someday " projects. LOL
This is a beautiful quilt. She asked for some feathers, so I put feathers in the borders,
I posted a picture of the front and the back in the pictures forum. I'll put them in my photo album as well.
Hello everyone. I have been way to busy.
My elbow is on the back burner for now, still cannot find a surgeon near me.
And my Dear sweet mom is having open heart surgery as soon as we get her scheduled. Replacing her aortic valve. SO sad. But she is so healthy so she will be fine. And all the family will be there.
I am having a quilt retreat March 8,9, 10, same weekend as the Dallas Quilt show. DIdn't plan it that way. I won a half price retreat at Alford