Originally Posted by amazon
I made this with the fall collection from Walmart and a little stash. I posted recently about one I made for our pastor for Pastor Appreciation Day. It was made from his fathers clothing. I didn't want to leave out our Pastors wife, so this is her lap quilt . She will recieve it today at church since I had operator error last week and was unable to finish.(Remember the needle and door post,lol) I gave her a pic. and an IOU for this week. She was very gracious. I used bamboo batting also, it has
Originally Posted by nance-ell
Beautiful ornaments --- and you can search youtube for more. I definitely have to make one of these!
Originally Posted by sylvia77
I just finished this table topper and wanted to share it with you all. It was super easy to do and it was alot of fun.
Originally Posted by tothenci
On a video:
Originally Posted by miriam
ok Charlee I will try to load it from the email. SCORE!!! Now let's hope that little opinionated darlin' likes his new quilt.
Originally Posted by selm
I don't like that they don't have the categorized lists to quickly navigate to various recent topics quickly. My email digest now takes me to a screen which shows me nothing useful and then I have to navigate to several screens before I find the forums screen.
I also don't like the white background.
I agree...... not as simple as the other format.... Have tried it but don't want to waste all my time when we had a good thing
http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...g-t165903.html - Christmas Tree w/ Buttons Wallhanging
Measuring fabric used
Posted by: "Linda Green" firstname.lastname@example.org quiltlin
Sun Nov 6, 2011 6:10 am (PST)
I have a little calculator that I keep by my cutting/sewing table.
I figured out the number of square inches in a yard of fabric
Then measure your quilt and multiply length x width to give you the number
of square inches in your quilt.
Then divide that by 1296 and it will give you the number
Wow, I did not know there as a blog feature here.
I have my own blog: www.quiltingunderthemidnightsun.blogspot.com so you can visit me here or there.
I've spent my weekend working on my Colour class (a once a month class that will teach us the fundamentals of colour and the colour wheel)...friday night I was up till midnight working on my Analogous blocks...class on saturday learning about complimentary colours and today I will work on my Complimentary blocks. At
I will be traveling to Athens, GA over Thanksgiving to visit my son. The quilt shop in the area that I usually try to visit, Dragonfly, will be closed over the weekend. Any suggestions for another shop within the Athens area of say, a 30-50 mile radius? And not in Atlanta. Thanking you in advance!