How many of us blend our talents between our favorite hobby and an occupation? I have been fortunate for many years in mixing both worlds together. I learned to quilt in a place and time where tradition ruled us all. I dove into hand applique and hand quilting and loved hand piecing with a passion [still do]. I was a baby quilter in the midst of some very talented folks who went on to become leaders in the industry teaching, designing fabrics and writing books and running major seminars. So, I
Updated 01-13-2012 at 05:58 AM by PatriceJ
My first post, the picture is huge. Anyone know how I can make that much smaller?
I was very excited to find a quilting board/blog site. I had been posting on blogspot, but with very limited quilters finding my posts. I love hearing what others think of my projects, and look for advice on some. I come from a long line of quilters, but have learned most of what I know on my own. This is one of the 3 projects I have going right now. I have it on my frame to tie, I started a flying geese baby top, and have another baby quilt waiting to get the edges finished. Hopefully, I can
Updated 01-02-2012 at 07:12 PM by 9patchmama
I got 12 yards of flannel for Christmas. 4 yards each of white, lite and med blue. I have never made a flannel quilt and was wondering if any of you have and what are your thoughts on such a quilt. I haven't been making quilts for long so am questioning what I should do.
To all of QB, thanks for a great year of friendships and activities....hope 2012 brings more of the same and better.
I wish you all good health in the new year and lots of happy quilting hours.
I look back at all the retreats with members attending and the quilt shows we met at. the gatherings for members, meeting board members, and what great memories we made. Next year will be as good too.
Some of my challenges I start this year are
Has anyone ever heard of making a tooth fairy pillow case for a child? i saw one once several years ago which was darling. It had a pocket on it for the tooth and an embroidered saying. I would love to find the pattern. Thanks in advance for any advice.....Judi
Originally Posted by annt59
Www.lilliesquilyingloft.com going out of business. Fabulous sale!
I was frustrated and upset so I went to my EQ and started playing with Patchdraw. It's a great stress reliever!!
I feel much better now. Get's my mind off things and I had a good time playing.
My canoe in a sea of hearts! LOL
Now if I had to actually make this I probably would use a few less hearts! LOL
The canoe started out looking like a banana but my dgs Joey didn't think it looked much like a banana to
I am new to quilting and I am making a quilt out of t-shirts. I have attached interfacing to the t-shirts but after cutting one shirt my rotary cutter won't cut anymore. It is fresh out of the box and only used on the first shirt. What am I doing wrong that it won't cut anymore?
Originally Posted by Cheshirecatquilter
Good luck down there in Texas. I'm sure the growing conditions will be a lot different from up here in the Berkshires, Massachusetts. This last year most everything had to be replanted as all the seeds rotted from the constant rain.
---To conserve water I place a filled gallon jug next to the stem/roots of large plants like tomatoes and broccoli and let the water trickle out gradually through a very small hole punched in the bottom of one corner.
---I place layers of newspapers