Originally Posted by annthreecats
I found this woman on YouTube this morning. Her name is Debbie Shore/Thimble Lame and she has quite a few videos making different purses and bags, etc. Enjoy!
I am new to the quilting board and kind of unsure how it works.
I have looked around on here but would like any advice on the easy way to understand this. I would also like to now if you could give me some names of your favorite Quilt stores online.
Thanks any help would be great.
I have an artista 200 that has hardly been used since the lady purchased it. It has been sewing wonderfully. Now it is wanting to lock up on me. It will not sew and the touch screen is not working unless I restart it often. I have checked to make sure it is pluged in all the way and the room is not cold. What could be wrong with my machine???
Originally Posted by pipp5
Count me in, I've had that book for years and have made several of the stars. Love paper piecing!
Originally Posted by pjaco
Not much money for Christmas, in fact, I think it will go down in history as the worst ever. Decided to make some Christmas Quilts for gifts. 5 simple quilts in one week. 2 for grandkids, 1 for DIL Mother and 2 for friends. Thanks for looking and have a wonderful Christmas, my quilty friends !!
I, too was caught in a spending bind this Christmas. I'm sure many others were too. I made 7 Table Runners, all but one from Christmas Fabric. I would show pics, but haven't found a
So now that the rush is over I'm thinking of a pair of pieced & quilted placemats to swap for January. Does this sound like something anyone wants to do?
Originally Posted by tomilu
Here are the blocks for catrancher that I shall mail to her today. Have a blessed day, all.
Yesterday was great. Family and friends to have over. It was raining or rather sprinkling all day......not expected.
And I must have been having fun, no pictures. None. I was shocked this morning when I realized I did not take pictures. Not me.....I always take them. So sorry about that.
I called NP3 and she was having a great time....right as Austin's new remote helicopter flew thru the kitchen. LOL. Duck, my friend.....
So all in all I know everyone
Updated 12-26-2011 at 08:35 AM by debbieumphress
Originally Posted by crazythread
I use cardboard boxes. I cut them up with my rotary cutter (I have one cutter marked card board) and a ruler. I cut the bigger size 8.5 x 12" (Why? because I have a ruler that size) for yardage. for fat-quarters 5" square. These sizes fit nicely on my shelves. This way my fabric is setting one the shelves like books. I place them according to color. When I want a particular piece, I can remove it without disturbing the other material. Likewise when I get a new piece I can squeeze on the