Originally Posted by Cre8tvlwyr
Just lost about three paragraphs of instructions.....ugh!! tried to look at another page - here goes again!
after surfing this new board I have located some things that will make life easier - many of us have this and other threads saved as bookmarks and subscriptions and used to get regular notifications. Unfortunately, although we are still subscribing to these threads and still have the same bookmarks, we fail to receive notifications. When you click on "settings"
Tut on a blog
I'm not familar with the board but a couple of days ago I came across a post of someone starting a block of the month paper piecing....one was a church, one was a farmhouse....I don't know it it was an old post or if they were starting a new block of the month or if it was old? Would like to try it and now I can't find where on the board I was to find it again. Any help would be appreciated....thanks much....
Sewing machine repairs
http://www.quiltingboard.com/links-r...n-t163578.html links and resources for sewing machine repair
http://www.quiltingboard.com/vintage...v-t167789.html Muv's videos - hi Muv
I would like to wish everyone a Merry and safe Christmas from Down Under in a warm South Australia! May 2012 be a great year for all xxx
http://www.quiltingboard.com/vintage...c-t172420.html this is on how to thread the dreaded White family bobbin case!!!
http://www.quiltingboard.com/vintage...r-t169132.html I have a machine just like this one I'm trying to fix up.
Originally Posted by zennia
This is a neat idea when you are shopping for fabric.
Originally Posted by gailmitchell
I was looking for what used to be a free Timless Treasures simple table runner pattern. But it's no longer free and I had a itch to try out this pattern. I had an inexpensive piece of fabric that I purchased as a remnant. It seemed simple enough and I knew it used a 60 degree angle.
So I gave it a try. I ended up with two runners and I'm quite pleased.
In my blogpost link below, you can see a couple of the steps I took in the making of these simple runners.... I'm
Originally Posted by CraftyCricket
Heres my new sewing desk that my husband made me for christmas.
Its 6ft long 32" high 30" deep.
The top drawer is a pull out ironing board with storage underneath the board.
The other 3 drawers are 28 inch deep for storage.
It has a little drawer next to the sewing machine for my spools and bobbins.
For the last 2 years I have been sewing on a plastic warped banquet table, so this desk is a welcome upgrade!
I know what I'm doing
Just finished a quilt that the piecer used cotton fabrics with 2 different densities of chenille. Whew it was a job! Tension of course was the main concern. Anyone else ever run into something similar?