I plan to spend today in my sewing room. My goal is to have my Oct. doll quilt finished & ready to mail to my swap partner on Monday. Have to spend a bit of time first straightening up in there. Had to move soem things from the guest bedroom into there to make room for my stepdaughter to move in. Now to find a place for all of it in the closet or ?? so I can move around in there & get some sewing done.
Today is my 1 year anniversary on the Quilting Board. How appropriate
Originally Posted by be a quilter
save a post to bookmarks or my page? There are some awesome quilts and ideas and I like to save them so I can refer back later and I can't find a way to do it. Anybody figure this out yet?
Decided I wanted a 2" biscuit, so the larger print square is 3", the solid white back is 2 1/2" I plan to put another fabric onto the back after the biscuits are put together.
Updated 11-05-2011 at 06:52 AM by abdconsultant
Originally Posted by carolaug
Working on a Christmas present for my sister inlaw wanted a Wizard of Oz quilt. I just finished the top. Not sure what I will use for the backing. I am trying not to buy more material...I do wish I had the Yellow brick road and the wizard...Oh well...I will figure out something.
The blue is the same as the dress..this picture does not show it.
Originally Posted by tomilu
I will admit when I first looked at the site, I was a little overwhelmed. When you are in your 70s, things don't come as easy and so it's been an adventure - having little short=term memory left has meant I must do the same things over and over to get them drilled into my head. But I'm still here and making progress. The only problem I have is the pic I posted on my blog is horrendously oversized. I guess I will delete it until I can get the size down on my puter. We get spoiled when it is
Hello! I hope you are having a blessed day!
I have a queen-sized quilt on the Gammill, so that is one of my projects for the day. Also working on knitting a hat for one of the granddaughters for Chrismas. Will probably alternate between the two projects.
I also need to remember to resize photos before loading. I guess they are not automatically resized when posting.
DH is on his way home from Phoenix, spent the night in Flagstaff and should be in tomorrow evening.
The temperatures dropped during the night and I had to turn the heat on.
This morning I created a photo album with pictures of some things I have made.
I guess you have to go to my profile to see it.
I changed my avatar to a picture of my home. My sweet tin can of a mobile home with 1700 square feet for just me, two cats and a small dog that stays in the kitchen. I have been in this home for 4 years this month. My lot is a 1/3 of an acre and it's pie shaped
Its so much easier. You can even view all of the pictures. there is a little black icon that have pictures just click on it. there are other icons there to. Much similar. I use the mobile Phone view on my laptop. I do not view on my phone . You can change the view at the bottom of the page
Originally Posted by katier825
I've been working on this quick reference for D9P and thought I'd share. It should give you a good starting point for estimating what size quilts you can get from different size starting squares. Sizes do not include borders.
Doing one only rotation
Amber-Dotty-Patti-LJ -Maine ladybug-crafty-fromzstore-Robert - Judy*
Amber,Judy (Debbie fill in.),Robert,fromzstore
Patti,LJ ,Maine ladybug,crafty
Robert,Judy (Debbie fill in),Amber,Dotty
Crafty,Maine ladybug,LJ ,Patti
Fromzstore ,Robert ,Judy ,Amber