Originally Posted by Jan in VA
Layer 2 fat quarters right sides together.
Draw a grid of squares on the lighter color fat quarter, making the grid be 1" larger than the size of HST you will need.
Draw diagonal lines through the grid so that each square has ONE diagonal line in it.
Sew 1'4" away from EACH side of EACH diagonal line.
Press the fat quarters after sewing.
Cut apart on EVERY DRAWN LINE.
Square up each HST.
Jan in VA
Originally Posted by justflyingin
I sewed scraps on cash register tape (idea from someone here).
I found the thinner tape here in Poland but then when perusing a Five and Dime type store in downtown Newton, KS, in May when we were in the states, came across some almost 4" wide register tape--no doubt it fits an antique machine that is no longer in usage anymore. I bought all they had, and will use it up this way.
I save my scraps but sometimes the scraps are really in strange shapes and sizes
What machines have an automatic reverse that doesn't have to be held down while stitching?
Hi all, while I have been a lurker up until now I know that you all can help me figure this out.
I purchased a "floor model" 5 foot quilting frame from a local Bernina dealer and really feel like I have been ripped off. I asked the dealer about the ease of setting up and was told that it was just a matter of putting in 4 screws on either side, that it came in 2 flat boxes that would store under the bed and the footprint was approx. 5'x4'. I was asked to wait until it could be
Originally Posted by Elfi2
This recipe is great for diabetics, people with gluten allergies or people just trying to cut out carbs.
OMG, I have GOT to try these!!!
Instead of bread - make oppsie bread instead YUMMMMM
Will you have a hard time living without bread? Ooopsies are a good option. It’s a “bread” without carbs and can be eaten in a variety of ways.
6–8 depending on size.
100 grams (3.5 ounces) of cream cheese
Anyone out there stupid like me and doing the Dear Jane blocks? A good friend talked me into doing this and now she isn't even working on it and I am on row C. I doubt these blocks will ever get finished in my life time. I only hope my kids will see all the work I have put into these tiny blocks and maybe one of my daughter-in laws will finish them or one of my quilting friends will inherit them and they will not end up in the trash. I have a big pile of fabrics and keep getting more for this
Originally Posted by donnaree59
I have 2 young girls who come over weekly to learn to quilt. One of them found this picture and would like to try this as her next project. I would like to find the pattern for her if I could so that she can actually learn to go by the patterns and learn as she works. Does anyone know the name and where I could find it? Better yet, does anyone have one they'd like to sell? Thank you.
Originally Posted by skothing
I will be going to Michigan first week in Aug. I will be going to Detroit ,then to Fankenmuth . Any suggestions on quilt shops? Thanks for your help.
I am trying to learn to appliqué. And thought I would try to to do a couple of simple designs. Maybe a butterfly? Or flower? Since I have never appliquéd I would like a big block that I could maybe turn into a baby quilt.
I inherited a vassar treadle sewing machine and was told it's from the late 1800's. I've research sewing machines and cannot find anything on the "Vassar" brand. Thanks!