Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
above the post, click on thread tools and choose Subscribe to this thread. or you can use your browser's bookmark feature. but my favorite way to save things that i'm pretty sure that i'll use later is to 'blog this post' at the lower left of the posting... very handy indeed.
Originally Posted by paintmejudy
I don't throw away any scraps. One of the things I do with the 1-1/2" strips is shown here. Normally, the dark green larger corner is done scrappy but I had all these greens and decided to do a green quilt top. So I did need some yardage - and this is a green I had had for a while
I cut a base from something I know I'll never use -- if you make 48 squares and then sew in row 6 wide by 8 long and add a border, it will make a nice child's quilt, or make larger for lap quilts.
Originally Posted by Sync
My daughter's BFF is having a baby girl, so I made this top for the little one. Since her due date is in April I think I'll have enough time to get it quilted & bound. The pattern came from an old Quiltmaker issue.
I am looking for 8 pointed star(diamonds are used) and 8 tumbling blocks in between stars points. this is a block that is about 18". If you could even give the name it would help. Thank You in Advance.
Updated 01-27-2015 at 05:27 PM by Dretha
I'm making a tee shirt quilt and all are Harley Davidson tees with different size graphics. I'm having a hard time fitting them all in. I would appreciate any suggestions.
Originally Posted by Johanna Fritz
I made a BOM for our guild, and I made a heart block.
One page is the pattern and one is the cutting instructions. Feel free to use it for your guild or quilting friends. I posted the images of the 2 possible patterns as images. If you like them, the PDF is below.
One of two Pink Panther aprons for my husband
Zipper pouches from Missouri Star tutorial
A Bonnie Hunter block
Quilter's cotton top and back/poly batting
72" x 90"
Any ideas about the easiest way to oil the bobbin case on th Grand Quilter?
i would appreciate any helpful hints concerning any part of using and maintaining my machine! It's not a long arm, but so much better than doing free motion on a regular sewing machine!
Thanks in advance.