Originally Posted by oma66
The name is 10 minute table runner, but it took me 35 min. cutting, sewing, pressing, and putting in the batting. Some of you more seasoned quilters/sewer can probably do it in 10 minutes.
1 pc. fabric wof X 18 inches
1 pc. fabric wof x 12 inches
see the photos below.
sew the length of the fabric
sew length of fabric on the other side
I received word yesterday that my ex-MIL passed away. She passed away on my daughter's birthday which is really sad. DD is okay with it. She was with her Grandmother at the end and so glad she got the chance to nurse her and spend quality time with her the last two weeks. DD had her for 35 years so she has lots of great memories.
I played in my sewing room yesterday morning trying to banish the sadness after hearing about the deal of ex-MIL. I did some sewing and was able to
Originally Posted by jillaine
This pattern was first introduced to by Terry S (abdconsultant) here (she called it “Quilt as you go Circles”):
Others referenced these related tutorials:
This one is a variation that will make it look more like a double-wedding ring:
And it appears the original (or near-original)
Originally Posted by lfstamper
There's a book called Can't cut this which has some great patterns too.
Originally Posted by baskets4moo
This is my first tute so please bear with me. I had enough questions about my selvage and crazy chickens that I felt it would be better to make a tute rather than answer everybody individually. I’m not claiming to the basic design of the chicken itself that honor goes to the late Doreen Speckmann and her Norwegian Chicken pattern. Her original pattern was for 3” log cabin blocks with 1/2” logs, very small felt beak and comb and a seed bead for the eyes. Cute, but not nearly the pizazz I like
It's been a busy, busy weekend and I haven't had the chance to get into my sewing room, so today, I'm looking forward to it! It's like this fun little secret I have with myself that in a few days, I have wonderful things to work on and create and it's there, waiting patiently for me, just as I left it a few days ago...it's kind of like giving myself a bit of a gift as I anticipate what fun things I will do in their today! My DH has an inkling, but not the complete joy it gives me to go hybernate
Updated 11-07-2011 at 06:47 AM by rwquilts
(Want to add catagory)
Originally Posted by Margo in Maine
I am in the Augusta area....Margo in Maine.. Love all kinds of traditional quilting...applique...have my own blog
Part of Tacoma Quilt group.. http://heartinhishandquilting.blogspot.com/
The past two weeks have been very hectic! The Bras for a Cause/Girls' Night Out took a lot of time and energy but since the event was Wednesday (and it was wonderful), things are slowing down a bit. I have just a couple of things to finish up for that (thank you notes, final delivery of some silent auction items, etc.) and then I hope to get back to quilting.
I've been reading a few of the threads here about the new format and quite honestly, I haven't taken much time to really check
Originally Posted by kacklebird
CHOCOLATE MACAROON TUNNEL CAKE
1 cup of butter or margarine, softened
3 cups sugar
5 large eggs
3 cups all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup buttermilk
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/2 cup flaked coconut
1 1/2 teaspoons coconut flavoring, divided
1/3 cup cocoa
3/4 cup sifted powdered sugar
1 tablespoon milk
-Beat butter at
Choosing a quilt binding for your baby quilt should be done once the quilt is assembled. It is difficult to make a decision on what type of fabric should be used for the binding and how it will look on the quilt.
Place your finished quilt top on either your design wall or lay it out on a bed or clean floor space. Now, you will be able to place potential binding fabrics alongside of the quilt top. Step back. Exchange fabrics and repeat.
The quilt binding width