Originally Posted by catchergirl01
Here are some more animal baby quilts I have made for various reasons. Hope you like them!
Originally Posted by charmy
I only quilted this for a customer all done free handed on my Innova 26". Thanks for looking
I haven't been on the board in a couple of days, do to family being here and having grandkids in my home, these are the one's you have to watch or they will tear up your house in a heart beat. Now there gone and trying to get back to normal things...LOL
I love them, but sometimes they can be little monsters. Yesterday, I made a couple of blocks for the boomerang 6 winter swap and almost have another one completed, which I should be doing instead of posting, but just wanted to catch up on
Pretty quiet day today. I'm moving my stash from the downstairs back bedroom up to a newly cleaned out closet in our family room, which is where my sewing machines, cutting table and pressing station are. This was my husband's good idea, and he cleaned out the closet for me!
This all started because we built a garage -- yeah! In NW Wisconsin, you NEED a garage. This house originally had a two car garage attached, but the previous owners converted the garage into a large, light-filled
Can someone please tell me how to view pictures on this new website...............I used to love viewing the projects and reading the feedback. Now I can read the feedback, but can't see any pictures. What am I doing wrong???Thanks
Just think how much more you would love the beautiful material if it were a quilt!
Go for it.
I just finished a reproduction of "Lazy Girl" Gee's Bend quilt. I've looked at pictures of the originals and am not sure how to quilt it. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Originally Posted by nanabirdmo
I found this pattern on the QUILTERS CACHE. One of the best places to browse free blocks. I am trying to make a dent in my scrap tub so will be posting a few of these scrappy projects.
I haven't posted in a while. Been out of the quilting zone. LOL. But I am back and with the advent of autumn I hope to be working on other projects.
Originally Posted by tristansnana
Am I the only one who has a real problem with invisible thread? Nests of thread on back, thread tightening until it snaps, etc. This last time I used it, I read all the info I could find. Put thread behind machine on one of those cone thread holders, adjusted my Janome 4800's tension to 0, slowly threaded machine, Bottom Line in bottom, size 70 needle, put on zig-zag plate, adjust pressure dial to 2, set machine to it's slowest speed setting...did all the right things. Actually the appliques
Originally Posted by abdconsultant
This can be any size
sew circles right sides together
turn right sides out
then stitch together in a row
next sew the rows together
Fun and easy.
Batting is optional.