Originally Posted by grammysharon
Several people asked me to post this quilt when it was finished. I finished sewing on the hanging sleeve yesterday so here are some pictures as requested! I wanted to show some close ups of the embellishments and maybe you can some of the wonderful quilting done by my LAer Cynthia Shaw. Thank you for looking.
I am looking for software that will convert embroidery format designs into longarm formats. I have found a couple that allow you to create designs into longarm formats but they are expensive and I already have two separate software packages that I use to create designs (that only export to embroidery machine formats, not longarm formats) - I'm looking for software that will take existing embroidery format designs and convert for export into longarm format.
Anyone have experience with
Materials 1 fat quarter (18” by 22”)
1 snap, 1 button
Cut: 2 pieces (A) 6 1/2” by 15” This is the lining and backing ( or you can use 2 different fabrics)
2 pieces (B) 4 ½” by 6 ½” pockets
1 piece batting 6 ½” by 15”
Turn and press ¼” of one long edge of each pocket (B). Topstitch close to edge.
Place lining (A) vertically
Just getting started on a new scrappy quilt today.
It's called "Country Checkers" from Quilters Cache.
I'm not sure how big I will make it yet.
Going to try to post a picture from my IPad, hope it works
Originally Posted by grammy Dwynn
Some of you were talking (Main) about liking (or not liking) scrappy quilts. And I thought we should have our own SHOW.
If you have a scrappy quilt ~ controlled or not please share!
Here are the ones that I have made over the years and have only put a very small dent in my scrap pile :roll:
Show us your scrappy
From Quiltville - Strip Twist
Have spoken with a couple dealers and searched the internet looking for an answer and no one can tell me! Looking to purchase a small machine for hauling to quilt retreat, cabin, etc. The Janome Jem Gold 660 looks like a good machine and the price is right. However, no one can tell me what the stitch length is when selecting the straight stitch. I normally select 2mm on my other machine. Can anyone solve this mystery for me? Their website says the max stitch length is 4.0 which is larger than
Originally Posted by spartan quilter
I recently posted a question about using dryer sheets for making scrappy squares and got lots of answers, pro and con. I am posting a picture of what I have started and feel confident enough to continue. The blocks will be joined with a dark green sashing and scrappy cornerstones. Each block squared at6 inches. Enjoy looking.
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?