Originally Posted by copycat
This is the first photo I have posted.(I hope)
Our guild had a challenge. The dark blue civil war print was the challenge fabric. We had to choose a habitat we like. I chose my sewing room! Enjoy!
It's been so long since I spent time in the Board and I feel sort of lost with all the posts to recheck and photos to look at. Everyone's been so busy and doing lovely pieces of art.
It been a long time since I've been able to sit in my sewing cave and spend the day sipping coffee, stitching, and fabric dreaming. We remodeled the basement over the winter and all the stuff from one side of the basement was moved into my sewing cave and I was not able to even get to a corner of
It was a rainy weekend, so I used the time to finish up the quilting on two quilts of valor. I used pantographs on both quilts. The star quilt got a simple swirl. It is a great panto because it can go two passes without having to advance the quilt. This makes the quilting go nice and quick.
What are you working on today? Winter in Wpg has moved on by finally and our Quilt Reflections show ended with a blast. Received a ticket to the lovely banquet presentation, lovely diner something I could never been without the kindness of a quild member who donated her ticket so I could attend.
Originally Posted by Cedar
So there's a white pen that stays on until its washed off? I've been wondering what I could use to mark on dark green that would need to stay put through an entire hand quilting process.
Originally Posted by Ranchwife
Clover has a white gel marking pen that is sold at JoAnns. It works wonderfully for me on my dark browns, reds, and blacks and comes out with a hot iron or water. I love this pen and buy them when I find them. I store it tip down so it doesn't dry out.
Quilter's cotton top and backing with poly batting.
Are there any quilters in this forum living in Bowie? Looking for someone to sew and quilt with.
I am still in the process of moving but there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel! I went from a 2800 sq ft house to a 1600 sq ft. Downsizing is not fun at all but being realistic. Most of our kids are college bound next year. We won't need that much room anymore and will be less to maintain as we age. When looking for a new home, I kept in mind the need for room for my Z44 frame if it was to ever be expanded to Cali King size. I have also been thinking of storage issues. Maybe a cube
Originally Posted by meyert
Hello.. I have some left over Christmas material and I am thinking I will make some potholders to give as Christmas gifts this year. I have never made potholders. What kind of batting do I use? I will need something insulated correct? Please let me know