I want to make an Advent calendar for my grandson. I am having a hard time find a panel. My children had the Cranston Beary Merry Christmas calendar and I would like something along that line. Any suggestions?
Hi all, just joined recently and Im wondering if there are any Florida gals out there. I live near northern Tampa. It might be fun to share some local news about quilt shops , meetings, expos, meetups and fun stuff in general.
My name is Pauline aka pollio1940. You may guess what the
1940 stands for.
Have a great day.
PS This is my first blog ever. Hope I do it right. For me, its like talking to old friends.
Originally Posted by judith ann
I have around 300 of these scrappy quilt blocks sewn. Just wanted to use up some scraps so I sat down one day and started sewing them together. They have been in a basket for a few months.
Yesterday I started cutting them with my 60 degree ruler. This is what I ended up with. How fun is that!!!
I used fabrics for the border I have had for a very long time.It is some of my favorite and I forgot all about it in a cupboard. I love fabric with stars and most every quilt I have done has star
Originally Posted by csharp
Still practicing my fmq stuff, so glad there is no quilt police here. Not perfect, but looks okay from a "gallooping horse" as I have read on here...lol...
No label yet, waiting for a response from my neice and her daughter..quilting done on my Singer 15-91 and my Janome 6600P. Thanks for looking.
Originally Posted by Tartan
Hopefully I will try to load these in order. First picture, cut 2 -10 and 1/2 inch contrasting squares. Sew them one on top of the other with a 1/4 inch seam all around the outside. Cut on the diagonal to form 4 pieces.
On a whim I decided to make this for my grandson's Graduation/Going away party. He has enlisted in our Military and will be leaving in September. I did not have much time so it is very simple, started cutting squares on Friday, finished the quilt on Monday.
Updated 07-05-2014 at 03:43 AM by LuvNmyLabs
Got it at a thrift shop - have no idea if this machine is still around,
but would be glad to send it to anyone who has the machine and does not have a manual for it. Looks quite old, but I have no idea how old.
Please just write me at firstname.lastname@example.org and send me your address and I'll be glad to mail it to you. Best wishes, Marion
I am making quilts (mostly flannel ones) for all my nieces and nephews. The latest one is for my youngest niece.
Flannel top and back/poly batting/SITD quilting
I have just bought a brother serger and was wondering what the best type of serger thread is out there? I would appreciate any and all feedback