DH and I leave in a couple of weeks for Phoenix for the first time! After the 2 weeks of ice and snow and super cold here I am ready for it,too! But so much to do before I pack my bag. I'm caught up on both a BOM at the LQS and also on blocks for a sampler class with my local Guild. Finally today I cut the blocks for a neice's T-shirt quilt and plan to get them stablized and start playing with the design before we leave--cause I've got another T-shirt quilt job pending! Once I get back
If you started and quilt in 2005 and just now finished it in 2014, what year do you put on you quilt label?
I have been off the Quilting Board for way too long. Life happened and I seem to have crashed and burned a bit. My apologies if I missed anything I should've done. I was having a difficult time and then last year my mother passed away. I escape into my sewing and quilting and have just recently started to resurface publicly. so, where am I at as a quilter? I feel like I am emerging from a hiatus spent in the twilight zone in many ways. I have spent my time well I believe, learning how to use various
I have just bought (well my husband bought it for me) this machine and I am having trouble with the Quilt artistII. I have contacted Pfaff and they tell me I need to work with my dealer...but the dealer has no service tech....And help will be appreciated
OK--here is that purple church charity quilt on the frame. Queen size. Liking it alot!
This is the "purple haze" church charity quilt still on the frame--it's now finished (except for label) and soon the tickets will be sold for the church nursery addition. Lots of marking on both borders and the white sashings for a stencil and then use of template in the multi purple blocks for a 4 point star with radiating lines. Glad it's finished!
I am on my way to Vancouver and although I lived there for years I have been away for along time, I am hoping to find a good fabric and Quilting store any suggestions
For all the fellows quilter of the board who like hunt fabric in theirs trips!!
Here in Spain, quilting is not a traditional craft. Knitting, crocheting and embroidery are usual with strong traditional roots. Since 15 years ago the patchwork, as quilting is known here, is trendy. Shops, local and on-line, are settling but the notions and fabrics are expensive, imported.
There aren't a lot of shops in the diferente cities of Spain, in Madrid (3 million pop.) are only 6 or
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I want to make a quilt as a post bridal shower gift. I am going to get each guest to sign a quilt block and say a few words about the bride. I am also going to print pictures from a slideshow featured at an engagement party. I want the finished product to be approximately 5X5. It will hang on the wall. I need some advice on type of fabric to buy, size of the cut blocks and type of fabric paint to use. Please help.
I am looking for a Moda Warm Memories layer cake by Kansas Troubles anyone know where I can find one. I have searched the internet with no results. Any help would be greatly appreciated.