I recently finished this quilt for my great niece. I used Lilly and Will by Bunny Hill for Moda. At first I wasn't happy with it because it didn't scream baby but the baby's room is pink and brown, so it goes well. Here's a picture of her room and some of the quilt.
Originally Posted by lalaland
You might try this method in the future. It solves the problem of catching the binding on both sides.
Originally Posted by KerryK
Here are some links that might be of help:
Seems there are several different approaches to this method. It's something I want to try myself!
Originally Posted by Up North
Bayside quilting has the fun and done method.
We made it back home just fine, although road weary after 3,547 miles. And we did decide not to drive to Phoenix for Christmas. A bit too much at our ages.
Busy, busy is the order of the day while finishing up Christmas gifts. Today is our small group meeting and I shall be working on a wall quilt for DD.
It is a very cold 18 degrees outside now with more wind than I would like. The feral cats all sleep in the laundry room, coming in through the doggy door. Papacat is still
I am amazed we are already in December. My tree is up and some gifts are wrapped. Nothing new on my end. I am still dropping in here off and on. Busy with the holidays. I thank those who email me too. And pm's. So everyone take care and happy holidays. HUGS
this is my ebay page of stuff i have for sale
Originally Posted by lizpatterson1
I hope this link shows up:
Originally Posted by AliKat
Am curious on how her 'rapid fire' Hunter's Star works. A bit of explanation would be most helpful, so, I found this on YouTube: