Just so pleased with myself--I FINALLY got over the hesitancy I have about marketing myself/skills and made contact this week with a high school I used to work at to place an ad in their sports program for graduation T-shirt quilts! No orders yet, obviously, but it's a start! And I also heard from my LQS that she has a couple of small quilts for me to work on and display in the shop--along with my business card. The owner has been very encouraging of me and just a good friend.
Hello, I'm looking for scuba diving fabric.
Originally Posted by Coco55
love the colors.
After months of debating what to quilt--and whether I was skilled enough to actually do what I might envision, I am almost finished with my sampler lap quilt that hopefully will result in some actual customers! The LQS offered to hang something of mine, and hopefully this will be it. 9 sampler blocks--all rather complex piecing seemed to deserve some complex quilting. Each block has unique quilting--I want to show what I can do. So far only one tension problem--which meant "unsewing"
Originally Posted by moreland
There were 29 completed projects for our challenge. I posted a few earlier, so thought I'd show you the rest now. The challenge was to use 150 different purples in a quilted project. This was in honor of Kansas State University's 150th birthday.
Our quilt guild is interested in purchasing display stands for our next quilt show. Any suggestions on a company or pattern?
I was here 3 years back. I love this site. I had to leave for 3 yrs due to medical. Im back now and starting a new project. Im still new to this ive made 3 quilts so far. Im now attempting a special quilt for my daughters wedding in 2 yrs. I had a mentor but it seems she hasnt been on in over a year herself. I might need help and pointers, Thank you and Hi again!!
Originally Posted by frenchfryqueen
I found this adorable tutorial for boxes made of fabric, and thought they would be perfect for my dear sister-in-law's birthday.
I made a 12" and a 14". The 14" is a much nicer size, and there was less wrestling with the fabric. I don't think I would ever do one smaller than 12" unless I used a lower loft batting. They only took about an hour each to make, so it's a great quick
Does anyone know when the JoAnn in Prince Frederick is going to open??
Back from Eureka Springs Arkansas--check out "Treasures from the Pacific" if you visit. It's a shop that has lots of Hawiian applique patterns and some pretty Asian fabrics. Picked up 6 fat quarters--feeling good that was only purchase--trying to reign in my expenses!
The Vet's quilt is a out of Fons and Porters--went together quickly and goes on the long arm tomorrow a.m.--AFTER I help my hubbie switch out a light over the long arm!