Originally Posted by paintmejudy
I've made the large blocks before, at 12'' and wondered how it would work larger. Didn't go so well, did it? The red is too dark and the white is too stark, and there should have been three to make a zig-zag. Looked funny with just the 2 set at opposing angles. And I was hoping to make a dent in the box of 3'' squares ... looks like I never removed anything!
Top is wool-blends, batting is wool, backed and bound with flannel.
Originally Posted by frustratedquilter40
Wow some rally beautiful quilts are going to be made on this train ride........Thanks Judy for this fun trip.
Steps so far, did not post my HST's from last week so here they are
I never quilted before, but watched a great tutorial on crazy quilting and managed to complete 12 blocks to make a Halloween quilt for my nephew. Now what do I do? I see a lot of tutorials to make the front of quilts but not to continue on and finish. Do I take the blocks and sew with the batting and cut blocks for the backing and the sew it all together? lol.. see what I mean? Can anyone recommend a tutorial for what I need? I would greatly appreciate it. Joyti
PS: I love
Originally Posted by jlhmnj
Your Perdy Damascus Grand Rotary was made by National and sold through MW. Here's a Western Electric manual that should help:
Takes a 20x1 needle, you can try a 15x1 scooted down. National SM Yahoo group is a good resource.
Enjoy your new beauty,
Originally Posted by PaperPrincess
This chart will work for Disappearing Hourglass and Disappearing Pinwheel blocks.
I wanted to make MSQC's disappearing Hourglass but don't care for the method Jenny uses to create the HSTs with bias edges and wanted to use yardage rather than Layer Cakes.
I also wanted to use sizes where the original cut squares, trimmed HSTs and 9 patch units would be cut on 1/4" increments. Didn't want to make a block that you needed to slice into 5 27/32" cuts! I put together an
I go to a lot of estate/garage sales in search of fabric from men's and women's shirts and blouses. A good stress release is deboning (Bonnie Hunter's way) of the shirts and blouses. I wash them whole before deboning. In order to keep the buttons together, I just kept the buttons intact on the strips. Actually, I would button the shirts and blouses. Then I started realizing why not leave them like that until needed. I would cut an inch away from the strip. The buttons and holes fit. I got a polo
Help............my downloaded quilt pattern is full of mistakes and the site that is sponsoring it won't answer my e-mails....How do I get someone to help me.
My machine will start quilting and when I stop it and want to start quilting again a beep starts and keeps humming. I would appreciate any help. Thanks.
I have a Qbot system on the machine. The machine will stitch great and all of sudden it stops stitching and the Qbot keeps on moving. Sometimes the needle stays down in the quilt and the machine keeps moving. I can't turn my back on it for fear of it ripping the quilt if it stops stitching. It will not respond to needle commands from the handle controls sometimes or has a delayed response. I have to turn the machine off and back on to get it to respond. Recently it will be stitching and starts