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
I found out that when you get to the end of the title to the blog post, for those who have a blog, if you go right beside it a little yellow pencil shows up, you click on it and you can edit your blog. I was wondering about that. Had to ask.
Updated 11-10-2011 at 04:23 PM by debbieumphress
So a friend asked me to make a cake for a wedding reception/open house she is having at her house for some friends from church. I said yes, but now I am stressing. I know how to do a lot of things a little. I have tried a lot of hobbies because I would like to be more outwardly talented than I am, but quit quickly due to woeful inadequacy. I have big ideas in my brain but I have trouble making them come out my fingers. Before I was a nurse I worked at Tom Thumb in the bakery back when they
Originally Posted by Delilah
Eleanor Burns' pattern. Used the "scraps" from cutting the units to make the final border. I thought the fabric made it looked kind of 'cosmic' ergo the name.
Originally Posted by Lacelady
Doing it using the method you describe, will always cut off the points in the next round. To avoid losing your points, you need to have larger yellow triangles. If you use a large yellow square and cut on both diagonals, you will be sewing a straight grain to the straight grain of your blue square, but then have bias edges left on the outsides.
Instead, consider using HST's So, blue square = 4", cut two yellow squares a minimum of 4 7/8" (but I use 5", then trim to size
Originally Posted by reneebobby
Oh AGGI I just found a bunch let me go get them.
I will post in the blog sometimes but too many other things to tinker with - heck I just found the photo albums Might have to make one of them
Hope others are getting along better
OMG, I have a Brother machine and love everything about it except the 1/4" issue, altho I've somewhat worked around it. I will definitely try this!
Amy in KY
--- In quiltvillechat@ yahoogroups. com, "Vicki" <gasorski@.. .> wrote:
> I'm going to guess you have either a Babylock or Brother machine. I hate their 1/4" foot because of it's weird design.
Slow going on learning the new site. Am closing it for tonight. Will continue tomorrow. Still trying to learn how to get into my bookmarks.