Originally Posted by lclang
Store mine on shelves, in boxes, behind doors, in file cabinets, a breadbox, etc. etc. Need to find a better way. You are right, spending too much time looking for special patterns.
I keep mine in an accordion file. I labelled each pocket by type for easy reference. I don't usually cut patterns out of my magazines because I find my tastes change and I like to look at them whenever I need inspiration.
Originally Posted by Lori Peercy
All names are given out now so if you do not have one then you need to contact me right away! Don't forget to send me a message when you mail your package and when you receive your package and send a thank you to your secret pal. Thanks. Lori
I am new to bloging, quilting and quilting board. I am currently working on a quilt and was looking for quilting store in So Florida [Miami]. I have not been able to find one here. Maybe you can recommend one. Could you tell
Originally Posted by Bobbielinks
O.K. One last picture then I really need to get to the basement and quilt!! Carolyn had a few of her friends sew some blocks together for a friendship quilt. A larger quilt was wanted so Carolyn made more blocks and put this wonderful traditional quilt together. I simply love it!!! Each block was pieced with different fabrics but in the same color. A wonderful way to use scraps to make a beautiful quilt! I love her corner stones and sashings. This one is certainly one I want to make for myself
My mother has finally given up sewing (at 86) and would like me to sell her Bernina. It has many accessories, case, manual, etc. Any idea how much I should be asking? It must be 5-6 years old by now, maybe more.
Originally Posted by tron80
Until now basically all my quilts were done with precuts and fabrics collections. They are beautiful and love them.
But there are an AFTER!... After I’d known about this awesome board.
With you I larned a lot, and the result is this simple quilt “The casual fit” quilt for my DH. Without this forum I couldn't have done it. Thank you by heart.
It is 59” x 68” size and my husband
My first quilt was so fast and easy I feel like I can learn by taking it to the next level, so I'm planning on using the same techniques with smaller squares and a twin sized quilt. I've been drooling over quilts with color fades since the early 90s and with my art background and the current ombré trend I figured now would be a good time to play with that.
I did some math and determined that 5 inch squares are the most cost effective option if I use 1/2 yard increments. For twin sized
Looking for Mr Whiskers Alley Cat Tales quilt pattern. when I do a web search the shops listed as having the pattern are closed.
Would be willing to pay for the pattern my daughter loves cats.
I have a Design-A-Quilter and I am not sure how old it is. I was wondering if anyone knows if I can get parts for it. I know the place where they made these are no longer in business but I was hoping someone could help me. I have had it for several years and the only thing I have had to replace is the motor that runs the machine and that was not easy. I am looking for some other parts that need to be replaced. I hope someone out there can help me get what I need because I can not afford a new
Originally Posted by huntannette
here is what I am working on.....I started this quilt years back ....I finally took it out and decided to finish it.....I noticed that I have made some progress in my work/piecing....I now use stabilizer on most of the ties which I didn`t do back then...makes such a difference...anyways I will post when I get it all done....I think it will be very nice ...can`t wait to finish
I thought I had this in here, but guess not. He's been after me all the time, wants all my quilts. He put dubs on these blocks and this is what he got.