click on the link above and it will tell you how to post pictures!
well I just figured out that I needed to add the subscription to the blogs I want to follow! Slow learner huh? LOL Now if I can just figure out how to add pictures I will share some grandkid pictures with you all.
I am getting most things figured out on here but still a few areas I am not doing so good at.
Like a dummy I changed mine from default to mobile and hated it strongly!! You don't get all the features on mobile and of course I don't have anything mobile. It
It's turn a little cold here in Oklahoma and I'm freezing can't get warm enough. I hate cold weather (hate hate)....
Well, I'm going to get off here and go sew and sit under the heater...LOL
Hello again! I could make a new resolution, to write in this every other day, and see if I can keep that up, but instead I think I'll just resolve to write about 3 or 4 times a week, when I have something to say.
Getting colder here! No snow, but 32 degrees and windy. It was nice and sunny earlier, but patchy clouds now. We got our walk in while the sun shone.
I am making mug rugs like crazy. Have decided to give lots of them away for Christmas. We don't give large
For my reference as I hope to sew along. As I have a few blocks done, I am going to substitute others or do fewer as family demands.
Originally Posted by Cre8tvlwyr
Here is the schedule for the first 28 weeks:
A6 A8 B4
C1 B13 C3
A1 A5 B1 HST & FG tutes here
B2 B3 B10
B12 A3 BR1 -triangle
TR1 TR2 catch up
A7 A9 A11
A2 A4 B11
A10 C12 B9
B8 B7 A13
A12 B5 B6
C9 C6 D3
Originally Posted by Glenn
Thank you but I can't do everything but I try to my wife's dismay. Okay lets see if I can get the pattern right. Use steel crochet hook #7 and of course crochet thread.
Chain 10, slip stitch in last chain to make the circle.
Round 1-Chain three double crochet twice(first double crochet cluster) chain three, double crochet three times,chain three repeat five times. you will have have six double crohet clusters with chain three between each one.
Round 2-slip stitch to
I have been looking for a 28 mm rotary cutter since I bought my circle ruler last month. I didn't want to spend $18.00 for one so I kept looking. I found one the morning for $9.50 with free shipping on ebay and I found some blades for $5.50 with free shipping. Yeah, me. The circle ruler I have has slots in it and only a smaller rotary cutter will fit in there. Can't wait to make some circles. Fun.
I played with Elsie, my Singer 401A, last night. It was only the second time
Originally Posted by Justlucy
I have been working on some snowpeople but I cannot stitch around the O's they use for eyes, andmouth pieces. I did mine on the sewing machine. If anyone has any suggestions would help. Do I need to sew these by hand? Also the girl ones have hearts for buttons, the boys have just more round circles. I am just using a Brother sewing machine, no special stitches only zigzag. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Originally Posted by doris.meek13088
I have a commercial grade Singer machine that I use for all of my regular sewing including constructing my quilt tops.
I have a Juki TL-98Q that my DH gave me for our 25th wedding anniversary with my Gracie setup. I can't imagine wanting or needing any other machine short of a long arm.
I have seen many posts showing people buying many machines. Why? I understand hording fabric, magazines and even patterns but machines? I understand two so I don't have to move one back and