Originally Posted by SoftBlockLady
Hello everyone............I have an update on my quest to find which fabric online store to use. I picked Connecting Threads. I called their 800 number to ask a few questions and they were wonderful to deal with. They had free shipping to Canada for the month of October so that helped. Even with Ontario sales tax and the high rate of exchange for U.S. dollars my order didn't come close to what it would have cost me in Canada. No extra fees anywhere. The order came right to my door in a week.
Originally Posted by golfer
That being your first quilt, you are off to a good start. What is the pattern?
there is no pattern.I desigh it myself
Cotton top, cotton batting, flannel back--75" x 90"
First table topper. Log cabin blocks (made by Javin22) set on point. Cotton top, fleece batting, cotton back.
Originally Posted by Gayle's Quilts
I am looking how to make a letter V , out of 1 1/2 squares for in the center of a wall hanger.
finished size 22 x 24. that is back ground fabric too.
I love to hand piece, I love hexagons, and I love Inklingo. I made this little table topper in short time hand piecing using Inklingo's 1 inch 60 degree Hexagon collection.
Updated 10-23-2014 at 11:59 PM by PatriceJ
I saw a message several weeks ago that a member had kept the free quilt patterns that Wal Mart had. I bought all the fabric needed, tore the free pattern off the little pad and brought everything home. As usual two years later I'm in the mood to make the quilt and cannot find the pattern. By any chance woud you happen to have the "Happy Trails" pattern?
I have many pictures and clothes from my dad. The question is has any body have a pattern they could share? I don't know how to put this together. It will be a wall hanging, since I need to make 4 for my siblings and my self.
Does anyone have this longarm and what do you thank about it?
Originally Posted by Rhodim
A friend of mine has an old rusty singer aa458409 in a table, what is the value?
Thank you for your thoughts and comments.