Originally Posted by kel_jh
For those of you who have purchased thread from Connecting Threads, what do you think about the quality? They advertise it as 50/3 double-mercerized extra-long staple cotton, but the price seems too good to be true. I'm very, very new to quilting and appreciate any information you can provide. Thanks!
Originally Posted by solstice3
beautiful work. thanks for sharing
very nice. the painting technique is something new to me. very interesting.
Originally Posted by dpancham
I need advise from quilters who use a mid arm machine on a quilting frame . I am thinking about buying a quilting frame for my Brother 1500S - I am concerned about the smaller quilting space due to the smaller throat. I need to hear opinions before I decide a frame is worth it . I have back problems and thought a frame is the way to go without spending big $$ on a longarm .
I am wondering where I can find desert scene patterns? I was at the Palm Springs quilt show and there was a wall hanging called "Through the Canyon". Any suggestions would be appreciated thanks
The Thimbleberries Lakeside and Lodge Big Club Quilt was offered in 2008. I subscribed at a local quilting store and had to stop before I was done. I kept going to the store to pick up each month's supplies but apparently, I missed the last month. Now, years later, I am just finishing Part 11 of the quilt and realized that I do not have the part 12 instructions. And the quilt store is closed!
Is there anyone out there that has those part 12 instructions?
Not a quilt but quilted items. These potholders are about 10" in diameter. The have quilting cotton on the outside and two layers of flannel and one layer of Insulbrite on the inside.
This baby quilt was created for a co-worker of my husband. It is a pinwheel pattern made with charm (5") squares. It is quilting cotton, top and back, with fleece batting.
This large lap-size quilt is made in the Falling Charms Pattern for my aunt. It is quilting cotton, top and back, with a fleece batting.
This brick patterned wool-blend quilt was inspired by the Australian Wagga, a type of utility quilt. It is made with wool blends on the top and back with wool batting.
This flannel quilt in the Warm Wishes pattern was for my mom's Christmas gift. It is a very large lap-size with a flannel top and back and a polyester batting.