I SPY BOOK AND BAG http://www.skiptomylou.org/?s=i+spy+book
http://www.brimmingwithlove.com/patt...attern_BWL.pdf great patterns for chemo caps
http://www.brimmingwithlove.org/ chemo caps patterns
http://figjamandlimecordial.com/2011...nsory-blanket/ for dementia patients very good
http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-153290-1.htm mastectomy pillow w/instructions very good
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxRdqekN3fc .....VERY cool and SO easy and quick!!!!!!
http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2010/05...-tutorial.html ....the same!!!
Basting: After you layer the back,batting, and top of your quilt, it is then temporarily held together using large stitches, safety pins, or basting spray. This "quilt sandwich" is now ready to be quilted. Once the quilting is complete, the large basting stitches or pins are removed.
Batting: This is the stuffing that goes between the top and the back of your quilt. It can be polyester, wool, cotton or a cotton/polyester blend. Also called wadding in England.
ALPHABETICAL LIST: Enjoy!
BBT = Be Back Tomorrow
BOB = Beginner¬ís Only Block (swap)
BOM = Block of the Month
BRB = Be Right Back
BTW = By The Way
Charm Pack = package of pre-cut squares
Charms = Small pieces of fabric, either squares or sometimes hexagons, all different fabrics
COC = cream on cream
CT = Connecting Threads
D4P = Double four patch
D9P = Disappearing Nine Patch
DH = Dear (or Darn) Husband
Fried apple pies
Hello from Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory
Although I have been a sewer all my life I only started quilting back in 2008 following large doses of Alex Anderson's Simply Quilts. I was getting bored on either the second or third day of driving across Australia and purchased a stack of quilting magazines at 50c each. By the time I got home I had my first quilt planned and much of the fabric purchased.
FRIED APPLE PIES
Pumpkins made by member on QB McCalls 9503 very cute