I wonder how many of you have ever made a miniature quilt? Making miniatures is like eating peanuts. Of course if you have made a miniature you are aware they are not a weekend project. They, like a large bed quilt could take many many months to complete. I would love to hear fro you and see your completed miniatures and also discuss any problems which may pop up.
http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-119945-1.htm 10 MIN BLOCK WITH RAILROAD SPLIT
http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-115611-1.htm 10 MIN BLOCK QUILT
http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-107311-1.htm 10 MIN BLOCK QUILT
http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-81908-1.htm 10 MIN. BLOCK YOU TUBE VIDEO
USE THESE PRODUCTS TO REMOVE DIRT AND GRIME FROM OLD FURNITURE OR KITCHEN CABINETS:
From one of the DIY internet sites. It was about stripping pieces of antiques.
Quote: Don't you dare strip that table, no matter how grimy and gunked-up it may look. Collectors prize antiques with the original finish!! Reveal the treasure hiding underneath with this Free FORMULA FOR FURNITURE JUICE.
Ideas on what to use for fabric boards
How to fold fat quarters:
http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-133115-1.htm FORMULA FOR FURNITURE JIKCE
Miz Johnny wrote:
Because they weigh so much and have a horizontal bobbin case!!
OK, I need to stay home. I bought two FW last week that I have not got home yet. I bought a Huskystar 219 with a nice Kuala cabinet. Then I bought this some one will ha e to tell what I have. It is a slant needle about the same size as 301 without but has horizontal bobbin. Nice little machine has a lever to lift the needle plate instead of