Made from Jenny Doan's "Intersection" pattern
Flannel top and back/poly lining
70" x 84"
Originally Posted by helou
Isn't it true. Some quilts that we really do not like but finish anyway, will find a home and make people happy!
I have only made 5 (reversed) quilts since I learned how to quilt, 9 years ago. I had no intention of making quilts either for sale or to give: i just wanted to learn...
I now have 2 bed size reverse quilts and a reverse laptop quilt that I am keeping but I keep making another quilt and another quilt etc... you know how it all starts don't you?
I acquired an 1886 Singer treadle sewing machine last year at an estate sale. Serial number is 10353667. There is no case or cabinet. Can anyone give me any information?
Originally Posted by paintmejudy
If your blocks are under- or over-sized see the end of this clue for how to finish your blocks.
Now is the time to decide if you are doing a controlled scrappy or a go-for-it scrappy. I went for a go-for-it, full-on scrappy. Naturally! ;-)
Full scrappy will take 48 pieces – cut 24 different strips that are 2-1/2” wide by 8-1/2” long. Cut 24 different strips that are 2-1/2” wide by 10-1/2” long. Cut 24 squares from your dark constant used in week 1 that measure 2-1/2” square.
This is my first blog ever and also my first picture so I hope everything makes it thru cyberspace. I call this Cabbage Soup as with all the green and purple it just made me think of cabbage. Thanks for looking.
I have moved into working with wool. Have 9 tubs and so enjoy the ease of working with wool
Originally Posted by SewCraftyGirl
This is a scrappy Smokey Mountain Stars quilt (Bonnie Hunter's pattern). I used so many ideas/techniques I learned on this site to make the quilt top. I used men's shirts I got from the local Good Will (16 different shirts). And, I starched the fabric like crazy, which really helped me with more consistent 1/2" seams, because the fabric held its shape better. Lastly, I ironed the seams in opposite directions so I could nest the seams. It worked so well!
(The quilt is not lopsided
Originally Posted by CAS49OR
I was not aware there was such a huge Quilt Index available to us. It's a great way to see tons of different quilts in whatever style or pattern you are interested in.
There is a video on this page that explains how to use the Quilt Index
Here is the actual Quilt Index
I just typed Bargello in the search at the top right rather than go through the
Originally Posted by Susan g burke
Hi my son is getting married in July their theme is super heros he's captian America. Please tell me where to get the pattern at
Originally Posted by Rhonda
Here is another of my original designs.
This is a 12 1/2" unfinished quilt block
You can make it larger or smaller by using a different size template.
You can use this quilt block any way you like.
If you need a template just pm me and send me your address.
I send the 2 1/2" out for free.
I've added a PDF with more in depth instructions for those who need them.
It is my variation of a Jacob's Ladder