Originally Posted by myboys
This blog has excellent information on how to applique and you can sew it down by hand or machine
Originally Posted by Jan in VA
I'm posting the pattern I wrote for making the Card Trick block using squares and rectangles, not a triangle in sight in the block.
The block is then set on point within the top, with setting triangles instructions included here, too.
Jan in VA
This is so cute!!! http://lovetosew.com/tree-ornaments.htm
I am a beginner sewer!! So this is brilliant for me to start with. I love this Raggedy Quilt!!!
Originally Posted by btiny36
Take a look at this...it's called a cuddle quilt http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U97Zv..._order&list=UL
Just wanted all of Ollie's quilting angels to know that we are taking him tomorrow morning to his endocrinology appt, and then straight away to the hospital for check in for his surgery on Thurs.. These photos are from yesterday when he came to play with mema.. Notice that our little Ollie man is slowly learning how to balance his body so he can finally sit up alone .. this was the one minute he did that all by himself yesterday, and we were SO excited.. he would lean to one side, but started
Originally Posted by jetayre
Wonderful. I would do an 8 x 10" photo and hang it in your gallery so you and every one could look at its beauty until you create your next one.
Boy the last 4 days have really been painful for me and finally feeling some relief from the injections I got this morning in my lower back! Had been in and out of bed, mostly in bed for the past two days! This is the reason I hate when it turns cold, it makes me hurt really bad! Well the meds from having the injections are making me sleepy so going back to bed, hoping when I wake up I feel at least 90% better and can get back to making my granddaughters doll dresses for there new dolls my hubby
Originally Posted by AndiR
If you travel to quilting classes or retreats, you have probably run into the problem of being ready to pack up and leave and your iron is still hot. I recently finished this fast, fun, cute project that solves that problem!
It's called a Caddy Pad Ironing Caddy, and it's lined with heat resistant fabric. There is also a layer of insulated batting in it, and when you unfold it it lays flat so you can use it as a pressing surface! It really didn't take long to make and I think it