I keep a folder on my hard drive called Quilt Ideas. It is in my Pictures section. If I see something Online, I take a Print Screen of it and paste it into my MS Paint program. I crop the picture to the pertinent facts and then save it by naming it by the date [ today is 20140720], then the source of the picture. That way, I always know where it came from and can give credit where credit is due. I can always find it again to post a link on the QB if I wish to share it in the future. For instance,
I love the look of your hexie quilt. I think the black and white hexies around each block really sets ht blocks apart. Sondi
Flannel quilt for my niece. Flannel top and back, poly batting, large lap size.
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Here are some pictures of practice sandwiches I did to use as teaching samples with m 4-H group. This is not exactly a tutorial, but I didn't think it really fit anywhere else, and hopefully some will find it useful. Our group of 4-H'rs got together yesterday and they had a blast trying out different designs. I thought you all might be interested in seeing what you can do with a few simple shapes.
For each shape I'm showing a closeup and then a larger view of the whole sample piece.
I ordered some christmas fabric from the quilting fabric site and 3 of the fabrics are this combo. I have never even heard of it. What do you think?
I saved this photo from this blog in 2012. I don't however remember the name of the pattern.
Here is a doll quilt I'm working on. I have to make some decisions as to how I want to place everything.
Hope someone can remember this pattern would really like to purchase the pattern.
I got a great deal on a babyloc machine with a sure stitch regulator and a new joy frame, I can not for the life of me figure out how to install the stitch regulator. I have downloaded instructions from gamill but I still can't figure it out. Any suggestions? I have contacted new joy and gamil with no help.