I ordered some christmas fabric from the quilting fabric site and 3 of the fabrics are this combo. I have never even heard of it. What do you think?
I saved this photo from this blog in 2012. I don't however remember the name of the pattern.
Here is a doll quilt I'm working on. I have to make some decisions as to how I want to place everything.
Hope someone can remember this pattern would really like to purchase the pattern.
I got a great deal on a babyloc machine with a sure stitch regulator and a new joy frame, I can not for the life of me figure out how to install the stitch regulator. I have downloaded instructions from gamill but I still can't figure it out. Any suggestions? I have contacted new joy and gamil with no help.
This is for my youngest nephew. Large lap size, flannel top and back, poly batting.
Anyone out there have strip piecing patterns for table runner or placemats that they would like to share? I am looking for things that are easy and fast. lol I would greatly appreciate any help. Thanking you in advance for your time and consideration sincerely, toucanbear, Beverly
Originally Posted by cricketsmom
Hi , Just wanted to ask if anyone has a glennen embellishing machine they would like to sell. I recently bought one from Cindy in Colorado and it works great. thanks Cindy. I need another one, as the old one I had just is not repairable any longer. If anyone knows of one it would be greatly appreciated. thanks Carol Engelhart, Wa.State. please e-mail me at ceinwa@msn. com
Originally Posted by ThayerRags
Originally Posted by sdeaaz
....boiling ground beef... can you tell me how you do it...
Itís kind of messy, but we think itís worth it. We take a large amount of raw ground beef (10# tube when we can get it), put it in a very large boiling pot (commercial kitchen size) on our gas stove top, and add tap water to the pot (a couple of large drinking glasses full or about 4 cups). Youíll want to use the least amount of water that you can, because too much water makes more excess liquid to dispose of, while too little