Originally Posted by ube quilting
I would also suggest tying a scrappy quilt. A spider web is a great way to use hundreds of fabrics and never feel like you made the same block twice.
A scrappy Jacobs Ladder is another awesome scrap quilt. It might be made from HSTs but when every one of them is different, I never get tired of choosing fabric for the simple block.
Barn Raising is another HST block but with many fabrics it never gets tired.
When I make these scrappy quilts I work one block
I found an industrial sewing machine with a very low price. The seller tells me that it is a DURKOPP Adler and goes on giving me photos, model no as well as a serial number. However I couldn't find any machine which goes by that name matching the mentioned model. The limited information on the net makes me believe that it is rather a RICCAR make please help me!
I am in urgent need of an industrial sewing machine and I don't want to make a mistake, given my limited resources...
Updated 09-06-2014 at 10:12 PM by asele
I am new to the forum but here goes ...
I am helping a special friend make a quilt for her deceased father ... We looked around online and found an amazing one on here, Tie Burst I believe it was labeled. It was so amazing. I am new to quilting and am wondering if anyone can help me find some sort of pattern or instructions. Thanks a lot for any help you can give!
Hi I'm new, and i was wondering if i could list a sewing/embroidery machine on this message board.
Originally Posted by Roberta
Hope it opens for you and that you enjoy watching.
Originally Posted by TnBecky
I wonder how many husbands would agree with this. LOL.
Originally Posted by ckcowl
It depends on what size 1/2 square triangles you plan to make and what size quilt you plan to make. In the tutorial they use a layer cake - which is 10" squares, so, after making your triangle squares & trimming, squaring them up you probably have 8 1/2" squares ; 8" finished.... So, 20 squares ( 4 across X 5 down) would make it 32" x 40" and takes 20 (10") squares... In a yard of fabric (36" X 42") you can cut 12 (10") squares (3 across X 4 ) so,
I am using SR2 longarm frame with Janome 1600P machine and get skipped stitches (was working fine). Could it be the thread? I'm using star thread , 100% cotton fabric with warm and natural batting. Organ 90/14 DP needle. What would you suggest?
[QUOTE=Doggramma;6857828]Wow that sure is an impressive quilt! Maybe next time you could do the blocks bigger? It would still be heavy, but you'd be done quicker.[/QUO
Great idea Lori but still not making one like this. Thank you for your comments.