Originally Posted by Buckeye Rose
Actually, I buy the starch by the half gallon jug and mix my own 50/50....then put into a spray bottle....way cheaper than buying canned sprays....I would really like to do it in a sink, but the process is something I don't remember from my childhood and nobody seems to know what I am talking about.....I am sure I remember something about put the clothes into a plastic bag in the frig, but other than that I am clueless....so I will be watching this thread.
Quilter's Cotton top and back/fleece batting--lap-size
Originally Posted by Judith1005
Good morning Anna, yes, I do seem to remember that a great number of babies are in isolettes also. Let me show you what I have.
The is the pixelated heart pattern. I found it on Pinterest. Very simple. I made it with 2 1/2" squares. It measures 23 1/2 x 25 1/2".
The next one is just a simple DP9. I love DP9's. It's great for bigger prints. And I had an adorable Woodland
Originally Posted by MommaDorian
What do you think? I'm really not sure I like it. ::sigh::
Hi, I am Janice Dinse from Gastonia, NC. Thank you for allowing me join you group. I have about 6 treadle machines. They are so special. Recently, I acquired an Eldredge Two Spool and I am thrilled, except the spool canister is missing so I won't be able to use it, I am bummed over this. Do anyone know where I can find one, anybody have one? Thanks so much.
Originally Posted by leatheflea
Here's mine so far and its only a 9 inch block. This year she has added a touch of embroidery to the pattern. I haven't done hand embroidery for years so this is gonna have to wait till I can get to town for floss. You can find more info on it here
Originally Posted by Prism99
If I am understanding you correctly, you do not have a problem. Just continue on.
Where you may run into a problem, though, is with lining up the blocks. To avoid wonkiness, this is what I do. After adding a long sashing strip to the bottom of the first row, I turn the piece over and use a ruler and pencil to mark the block seam lines through the sashing. This creates "virtual" seams in the sashing strip. When adding the next row of blocks, I pin the actual seams to the
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.
I have been co-managing the quilt museum (NEQM) store which has kept me very busy. We now have tons of consignment quilts for sale and I have sold ALL my appliqued quilts and even pieces mounted on canvas! Totally out. The applique goes first because everyone thinks it is so difficult. For me at least, the piecing is very difficult and frustrating so I tend to also procrastinate. Since my time is so very limited, I now do just the applique and have someone who is great at piecing doing the piecing
The challenge was to use purple fabric and a rail fence block.
Quilter's cotton top and back/poly batting. 52" x 66"