Originally Posted by MissSandra
What a delilma, I do love this fabric I have had it for quite a few years, still i'm afraid i'll cut it wrong and
mess it up. I just so much want perfection when its nearly impossible for me to achieve. I cant think of how many times I have pulled it out and looked pondered and put it back
do you feel that way about your fabrics or do you just go for it.
Happy Quilting, Sandra
Originally Posted by sawsan
Crafty u know i like u, but hate the board new looking , size page, black charcole frame, changing titles, dificult navigation, chatting room, am losing my intersted any already but won't loose good friends and i will fight to the end.
Ok i am feeling asleep now cause it's mid night already even if i can watch Tv it's the max that i can do or writing 4 u
Originally Posted by hoosierintexas
I am originally from Indiana but have lived in Texas for the last 28 years. I have been sewing and quilting since I was 8 years old. I recently graduated from UT but got diagnosed with breast cancer this past June. I am finishing my last treatment of chemotherapy. I want to make a landscape quilt for the brick wall just outside my front door with maybe 3 smaller quilts hanging in front. I would love suggestions on what to use to make the quilts (canvas/oilcloth?) and how to protect them from the
I was a die-hard read from Unread Topics gal. I was very unhappy to hear that it would no longer be available. I saw a post from one of our members and canít recall who that was. Their tip was to scroll to the bottom of the screen and click on Archive in the Contact Us menu bar. Then choose the Forum/Section that you want to read from. As you read the posts in that Section, your computer changes the color of it. Then you can move to the next Thread that has not yet changed color. This really
Here is a link to more information on the Singer 201 (which is a beautiful machine to own):
Anyone besides me that doesn't like the new format? Guess I'll keep trying and see if I learn it. If I don't will have to find another site to enjoy.
Good morning, folks. It is pouring down outside and we are greatful for the rain.
I always forget to take pics of my quilts, so I really do have a couple to post. The panel is for my sis for Christmas. The valentine wall hanging is a pattern from Accuquilt. The first one is my representation of the OKC bombing. Map is backwards (as in half staff flag) and each of the yoyos represents a child killed.
I really need to practice on getting the size down properly.
Updated 11-07-2011 at 09:46 AM by tomilu
Wow! 3 friends and I took off Friday morning and drove from St. Louis to Iowa. We hit 13 quilt shops between Friday and Sunday. What an awesome weekend. You folks in Iowa are very lucky with all the great shops in your area! We will definitely go back again!
Originally Posted by Margo in Maine
Hi Gail...nice to meet you...seems so many go to Fl...have lots of friends and sister that go for the winter...my hubby has a farm and stumping business....so we are glued here...I have Janome's (3) and also Brother 1500 for short arm quilter...also a featherweight plus a few stragglers...I am involved big time quilting...about 15 years...I have a blog that shows them...put one on here...but I am still learning how to use this..