Large lap size, quilting cotton top and back, poly batting.
Dinner napkins from bandanas
need help on making a baby book with numbers and letters
While on vacation last week, my friends noticed how many barn quilts were along Hwy 29. They were really fantastic, and these non-quilters were very impressed. Thanks Wisconsin!!!
I haven't really gotten any sewing done today. I should be working on my mini tablerunner. I need to back it and quilt it. Oh well it will still be there tomarrow LOL
I have been working on my websites the last few days. Updating them and decided to put all my free tutorials on one of them. Lots of work LOL
I've been thinking of posting a new tutorial on the board but not sure what I want to do yet. I've also thought about doing another Sew along. Decisions decisions LOL
we are doing another one of our chat room group quilts. This time we thought donating to a charity would be fun! Playswithcolor participates in a charity called IHN. It is an interfaith charity that helps homeless families. There are several churches who participate. They basically provide food (3 meals) and a safe place to sleep for 13 families to help them get back on their feet.
They have a yearly fundraiser in October. So it would be great if we can donate
Lots of Canadian quilters? How's weather in your area, and what are you working on? Here MB is humid 25C with 5C overnight. Managed to get some flowers planted in this difficult soil and potatoes. Hope your summer is a great one. Started cutting up some tumbler blocks for a ABC donation quilt to our guilds.
I'm going to try to keep up with my blogs a bit better I hope.
Thought I'd share a pic of my mini tablerunner I'm working on. I got the top finished last night and now I just need to back it and quilt it. I use the birthing method since I don't like to use binding. It does make it a bit harder to quilt it down tho. I only know how to do STID so it will be fine I'm sure.
This tablerunner unfinished measures 9" by 17" so will probably finish at 8 1/2" x 16 1/2"
Hi - I'm new to quilting as well as this forum though I have done garment sewing since I was 10 and in 4H. I'm looking forward to following some great discussions.
So, here's my story.... On Friday, I went to a garage sale held on back road in the heart of the Adirondack Mts. There was an old sewing machine for sale, but since I already have several old sewing machines, I decided to pass. It haunted me all day on Saturday, and this morning I thought I should google the model
Quilter's cotton top and backing--cotton batting. Twin size.