I have gotten myself into trouble (open mouth, etc....), again (or should I say still - this comes along after the first blog question I asked - so this is part II - YA HOOOOO!).
A friend asked if I could finish an old quilt (mother had finished the top). So friend (ha, ha, ha), asked if I could finish into a quilt or better yet make two lap quilts for the kids. Sounded like a simple task (I should know better), pictures sent to my e-mail - still looked like no problem. NOW comes the PROBLEM!!
Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
I've used it for years instead of artificial fats in cooking. As for the "Coconut" odor, I LOVE it!!
I also rub it on my skin and hair..plus I make a skin lotion both my daughters are glad to get. I barely cover Epsom Salts with water and heat till it's dissolved, then take off the heat
add a lot of Coconut Oil and mix now and then till it's chilled. This sinks in the skin fast..and of course since I read most of us are low in Magnesium, this gives us a bit more. And makes
Originally Posted by Sewze
Love it, love it.......what an excellent idea! Would you mind my copying; or is that an illegal idea?
Our furry friend.
I was using my tin lizzie 18 last night when the motor got hot....hot enough you couldn't keep touching it. Didn't realize it was hot until it didn't have enough power for the needle to pierce the fabric. Once it cooled off, it works fine. Today I quit quilting when I touched motor and it was getting warm again. What is going on? Bought second hand so dealer is some distance away.
Originally Posted by Crafty3790
heres the tops Abondas has a little more to finish it but wanted you to see it
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Today is the day we are all supposed to give thanks for something and I just wanted to say thank you to all of the wonderful crative people I read aabout on this board. Each and everyone of you is an inspiration to me. I am also thankful for my parents who gifted me with an imagination to be the artist I aspire to be. Though they are not here anymore I channel them frequently when I have a creative block but when all else fails I turn to my friends on this quilting board. God bless and best
Originally Posted by islandwiz1
Hello everyone, I am islandwiz1 from Rhode Island and I have decided to do this mysyery quilt. I hope I will be able to keep up. I think my main color will be purple then pink blue and yellow for accent. How does that sound? If I understand this right I will have my hourglass blocks in blues and pinks.
Just have to put the borders on now.
Updated 11-24-2011 at 10:37 AM by pastimesquiltdesign
Originally Posted by quilter1
We love margaritas, and this summer my DH perfected this recipe (in my opinion).
Prepare the glasses by moistening the rim with lime rind then dip it in a 1/2 and 1/2 mixture of sea salt and sugar. This makes so much difference! We keep a small jar of the mix in the pantry and pour out a little into a saucer as needed.
Prepare a simple syrup by boiling equal parts water and white sugar. Keep it in a bottle in the fridge. It keeps well for weeks.
In a strong blender: