I recommend this book good for any level quilter, sampler projects, using 2.5 strips, great for cleaning out your stash..
Huge tote bag, taken from Missouri star quilt company tutorials. One day project. Carry all bag, great for shopping. Hangs well over your shoulder. Make it your own.. Side pockets great for all your ipod, cell etc.
An easy, useful project, sew as you go ugly leftover strips, onto a rectangle base fold over top part, add crocheted cord, a button and buttonhole, 1 day project, and get a side bag.. Great for makeups, transit passes, credit cards, change.. Make as many as you wish..
Originally Posted by 4dogs
Thanks to all of you for your help...........I think I really like this little machine 10/10.............
The cloth is from Uganda and measures 14.5 x 14.5. It is a patchwork design of dark blue and muti-color strips. My son handed it to me and said "you can do something with this, right?"
Originally Posted by quiltin-nannie
I have a Horn table I got years ago. I love it; it was worth every penny I paid for it. It has the inserts to fit both my Pfaff and my Viking. It has a solid insert so when it's in "folded" mode it looks like any table. I had it in a small room so it was always "folded" with just the clear insert around my machine. When I finally got a sewing room/office, I was able to "unfold" all the components and its huge. Tons of room. Next to my machine, the best investment
Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
Originally Posted by Dclutter64
If you make a square 26 1/4" and cut it in half you will have your setting triangles.
thanks for this link... a great explanation to keep handy
Originally Posted by Auntie M
The scraps are getting smaller. I think this is my favorite so far. Tried to keep it gender neutral because I have no plans for it so far. Auntie M.
Originally Posted by Julienm1
A guy took his blonde girlfriend to the Super Bowl game.
They had great seats behind their team's bench. After the game, he asked her how she liked it. "Oh, I really liked it," she replied, "...especially the tight pants and all the big muscles but I couldn't understand why they were killing each other over 25 cents."
Dumbfounded, her boyfriend asked, "What do you mean?"......
"Well they flipped a coin, one
Originally Posted by nanacc
Fantastic quilt! He will treasure it!