Originally Posted by woody
this might help
Originally Posted by Arleners
Billie Lauder is famous for using this technique. I just googled her and got this link to a website with a lot of her videos. One of them is about Big Stitch quilting.
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Originally Posted by deemail
okay...here is how i teach mitered corners....
1. square up each corner with a large (at least 12" ruler)
2. now, this sounds weird, do it on a sample and trust me...... AFTER SQUARING UP...move the ruler to 1/8" away from the corner and angle down to the actual raw edge 3" down (shaves off a teeny dart shape)..
3. now repeat on the other side of the square...each 90 deg corner is now 1/8 off BOTH directions...
4. apply binding with the "seam down,
I would like to post a picture of my first quilt that I made. I don't know where I am suppose to post it to. I would like it to show up in pictures on the resources. Can anyone help me?
I am new to quilting so I have a couple of questions about somethins I read in the resources. What is an awl, and how do you use it? What is EQ printing? Is it done with a machine, if so what kind? Is special material used? Thanks
Originally Posted by josi49
What a great offer. I will play. I have a quilt top ready and would love to win. I've never posted a picture on here before, so this should be interesting. I'll guess I will try uploading here; I took several pics....the overall quilt as well as a couple of close ups of the embroideried stars. I started this quilt in a Bonnie Hunter class this past June, she taught a one day workshop on making scrap quilts. Now I'll never be able to toss another scrap. This is also my first embroideried quilt!
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yesterday i saw a thread for "101 patchwork designs" that directed us to the revival of ruby short mc kim's quilt designs. something rang a bell! this summer on a visit to texas, my dear friend anne gave me a quilt her mother had made as a young girl it is "the colonial life" quilt designed by ruby short mc kim! i will post pictures as soon as i can! how often do you see your actual quilt , dating back to the 1930's? i will tell anne, but i really hope she doesn't want it back!
Does anyone have a digital magazine subscription? Would like to know want's your opinion on digital magazines verses regular magazines?