Here's a picture of the purse I am trying to make, also I have FMQ into all the square on this quilt, now I am trying to figure out what to stitch into the frames around the squares. How do you think it would look to stitch straight lines perpendicular to the frames?
Updated 05-03-2013 at 08:15 AM by debbiemarie
I started a purse to give for Mother's day, I was able to apply some naugahyde to the side, but when I tried to sew two pieces together, the sewing machine gets stuck and drags and stretches the fabric. Any suggestions? I am using my old Singer 15-91, and a size 14 needle. I will post a pic next.
New runner finished last Tuesday
Has anyone bought anything from Gata Grama website? I order a quilt pattern from them about three weeks ago and haven't received it yet or given a download.
I goofed, here's the front of the t-shirt
this is the front of the t-shirt idea. Zackary loves this so much, first thing every morning when he comes in, he wants to take off his shirt and put this one one for the day.
Last week I saw a request for project ideas for little boys, I have a great idea, it involves a t-shirt and some appliques.
I have attached a photo of a Superman t-shirt I bought at Target a while back, I tried to get another for my other grandson, but unfortunately they are no longer available. I am not suggesting that you pirate a design that has licensing on it, but I think a big "B" for boy for a "Z" for Zack, would be great. The best part is that the maker of this
Originally Posted by feffertim
This is an excellent link for how to calculate setting and corner triangles for on point quilt blocks. http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art180358.asp
Here is my April 2013 BOM.
This quilt is made using the churn dash block, I think it was the favourite block of our most venerated late member and the instigator of our quilt groupís challenge, Cecily. But I dislike it. I wanted to rise to the challenge as always but I find the block rather pedestrian, perhaps because Iíve only made it in co-ordinated colours and plain fabrics, so a decided to do it in heavily patterned fabrics and mix it up so that the pattern was lost and the fabric became the star of the piece rather