This flannel quilt is a large lap-size. Top and backing are flannel, poly batting, tied every four inches with #10 cotton crochet thread
Originally Posted by Barb in Louisiana
Originally Posted by boone926
Has anyone made this quilt. I have had numerous problems with the pattern, it seems to contradict itself in many places. One question it does not address is what you square the block up to. when you put the blocks together they pucker up something awful. Any help would be appreciated.
I am in the process of making the quilt. I am making a 7 x 8 set of arcs. I have made all of 6 x 8 rows and have them sewn together in diagonal rows. I have about 6 main blocks left to do and the
Does anyone have any suggestions for getting chalk lines out of fabric? It's regular chalk board chalk. I tried the air pen, but it wasn't dark enough to see. I've used this chalk before without any problems. I've washed it and even tried dawn dish liquid and now the fabric starting to get a light spot in it, like it's fading. The problem is, this isn't my quilt. HELP.
Does anyone know what an insert is for a finished piano bench cover? I want to quilt a cover but don't know what is meant by 'stapling the cover to the piano bench insert and mounting the insert to the bench'.
Originally Posted by romille
I am exploring the possibilities of quilting ITH, but am skeptical of the quilt backs. What are your techniques? It looks like you hoop the back, batting, and front, then use the embroidery machine to appliqué and quilt... which leaves an ugly backing. And then it seems the blocks are joined with sashing, which I am not overly fond of. Are there any methods that result in a nice looking quilt back?
Originally Posted by sandiet
they are so beautiful. I have been thinking of making some but I don't know if i want to do something so intricate.
Beautiful fabric choices and the buttons really make them.
Each month Warehouse Fabric has a drawing for a $50 gift certificate, and I won for May! I used it immediately to order their Fabric by the Pound. Some is quilting weight but most is drapery weight. When it arrived, I knew that my husband would wonder what could be done with it, so I made this bag of some of my winnings to hold the rest of the fabrics.
Originally Posted by MaryKatherine
My friend has an astonishing stash. Or maybe its just that its so different from mine. I have also used this pattern, but my colour choices are very different. So here are her two quilts. The first she requested "just leaves and vines". The second, the pink floral, she wanted something geometric, so I gave her Square flowers.
Originally Posted by joym
absolutely adorable :-) :-) :-) :-)
Originally Posted by Twisted Quilter
After almost 3 years of collecting and swapping, I've finally finished my postage stamp top. The hardest part was deciding on which pattern I wanted to use. I have fabric from all 50 states in the blocks, and each block is surrounded by international squares (<st1:country-region w:st="on">Germany</st1:country-region>, <st1:country-region w:st="on">Sweden</st1:country-region>, <st1:country-region w:st="on">Japan</st1:country-region>,