Originally Posted by jlhmnj
Treadle belt is pretty easy and instructions sometimes come with belt. Here's what I'd do if I didn't have the 3n1 treadle pliers:
---Get proper size belt in natural leather (stay away from red) from SM supply, ebay or.....
---wrap belt around treadle pulley and SM pulley and pull tight and cut where ends meet (don't worry about cutting short the belt will stretch)
---examine wire staple that comes with belt, get drill bit slightly bigger than staple diameter and drill hole
I want to say thank you for the great people who gave me courage and support while I was fighting with the idea of taking care of my Mother who has Dementia. I want you all to know that she is doing well in the Assisting Living. She eating well, and sort of happy. She recognizes me and looks forward to my visits. My stress level is much better. Again THANK YOU Norma
I use that pattern all the time in many ways. It is a good pattern for crib quilts. After making the center part with the squares, unless it is a scrap, usually 2 colors, use the darker color for a border and do fancy stitching. I made one for my GGD and quilted the border with elephants. Rettie V.Grama
Originally Posted by Awesumpunk
Hi everyone, I saw thos is a dream, but i can't remember what the sides were. I think thatthey were more red squares and triangles, but I need help filling in the blank space. It was
Well, spent the day with friends making the Lil Twister Christmas Wreath (will post pics later). We had a wonderful time and of course, talked our heads off! Then we had the most delicious lunch of burritos and homemade chili that was made by one friend's husband! What a man!
We had so much fun and each one of our wreaths is going to be gorgeous. They probably finished theirs; I had to leave because I was exhausted and having some episodes of my heart fluttering. When I came
I hope everyone has had a fabulous Thanksgiving! I seemed to have had one kitchen mishap after another (so unlike me). I even had a pie coming fresh out of the oven on the way to the cooling racks go SPLAT. This was after I had gotten the filling all in my hair and on my clothes as I was mixing it. All I could do was laugh it off and make another one. Then I spilt raisins EVERYWHERE! To end the night, I spilt hot candied yams/ the juice all in my refrigerator and on me. For someone who loves
I'm considering purchasing a Brother Innovis 950D sewing/embroidery machine. There is a rebate right now and $100 in supplies. Does anyone have one and do you like it. Need your advice.
These are suggestions because there are so many these will be huge .
Round 1- 3”---finished size of border when you send it would be 3 "- seam
Round 2-4"---finished size of border when you send it would be 4"-seam
Round 3-5"---finished size of border when you send it would be 5"-seam
Round 4-6"---finished size of border when you send it would be 6"-seam
Round 5-7"---finished size of border when you send it
My DD came over with her DH and good friend and we had lunch together today. DD made lasagna and garlic bread, I made salad and chocolate cake. We also had wine. Yummy. DD brought over the sewing machine that belonged to her grandmother who passed away earlier this month. It's a Domestic in a cabinet. The cabinet is a little iffy but still standing and the machines sounds great. I plugged it in and just pressed the foot pedal to see if it would run and it's nice and quiet. DD didn't have
Originally Posted by matraina
I came across this link in my "bookmarks", which I bookmarked several months ago. It shows all different blocks and how to make them. I was looking for Ohio Star when I came upon this:
Originally Posted by Elise1
Here are the last 3 projects I have completed. I enjoyed doing the bargello the most.
If you remember, I had posted pictures of my fall bargello in progress. http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...s-t163896.html The pattern is Links by Dereck Lockwood.
The pattern of the second quilt is Solstice Stars by Jason Yenter.
The applique is Toni Whitney's pattern Spirit, by the Bigfork Bay Cotton Company. I had to sneak in a picture