Originally Posted by QultingaddictUK
and then found you didn't know what to do with it? I have more times than I care to mention but there was one particular fabric that I paid an arm and a leg for, a yard of Kaffe Fasset Paper Fans fabrics :
Well I found a perfect pattern for it just by accident. I think some of you may remember me mentioning a really good and well known quilter who lives her on the Island, Angelika Monks,
I have a singer 4622 that has gotten damaged. Am in need of one to repair/replace the one I have.Please contact me in S.C. @ 803-539-1009. Thanks,L.W.
Originally Posted by carslo
I am hoping that someone out there is just waiting for a written request to do a tutorial on this method of basting. I have read lots about it but have not seen a tutorial. I am ready to try it, even bought a gallon of glue on Amazon but I truly am a visual learner.
Can someone helps us out here?
Thanks for listening aka reading
Originally Posted by PensyDutch
I don't think our kids know what an apron is. The principal use of Grandma's apron was to protect the dress underneath becuse she only had a few. It was also becuse it was easier to wash aprons than dresses and aprons used less material. But along with that, it served as a potholder for removing hot pans from the oven.
It was wonderful for drying children's tears, and on occasion, was even used for cleaning out dirty ears.
From the chicken coop, the apron was used
Originally Posted by nana20010
One day a farmer's donkey fell down into a well. The animal cried piteously for hours as the farmer tried to figure out what to do. Finally, he decided the animal was old, and the well needed to be covered up anyway; it just wasn't worth it to retrieve the donkey.
He invited all his neighbors to come over and help him. They all grabbed a shovel and began to shovel dirt into the well. At first, the donkey realized what was happening and cried horribly. Then, to everyone's amazement
Kansas Kaviar Dip
QB member Donna Freak just posted a dip recipe that her niece made and it made me want to post one that my family uses that is very similar.
2 cans original or hot Rotel (drained) (I use 1 can of each)
1 can Black Beans (drained)
1 can Blackeye peas (drained)
1 can peg corn (drained)
stalk of green onions chopped
1/2 red onion chopped
2 teaspoons cayenne pepper
1 small bottle Zesty Italian Dressing
Originally Posted by AngelinaMaria
Here is a little peak at some of my Ohmigosh progress:
your quilt is gorgeous. where can i find a copy of the pattern your using. and what fabric just out of curiosity. i just ordered a bunch of fabric that would be great for that pattern, if i knew what it was, lol. i just want to make sure i have enough now that i have seen it. thanks for listening, take care rachelle
Originally Posted by cwessel47
Crazy person that I am, I took the day on Tuesday to make 336 Flying Geese rectangles. This is how....
So many of you have asked for this. I will share the method I use again. I have copied and edited my very first post on this board - so I didn't have to write it all out again. This time I will include some pictures as most of us are visual people. It can't just be me who knows how to make these simple and accurate flying geese. I read instructions for cutting off corners, or
Originally Posted by PaperPrincess
I made this quilt for a friend who is ill. Got the border fabric on sale, liked it so much I hunted down a couple yards of the green and a yard of the pink. I have the Accucut Winding Ways die which I had used before and thought it would be a good choice. The quilt went together well, but when I was all done I decided it was boring. I think I'm not a 'pastel person'. After a day or so, I decided maybe it wasn't boring, it was soothing. It's off to the recipient this week. Hope she likes it
Can anyone help me with findind someone to repair an old quilt? I bought it from a thrift store to cut up and make stockings for Christmas but changed my mind when I saw the hand work that went into this quilt!! It's all done by hand and has some minor tearing in some places.It looks old but not sure how old!