Originally Posted by Tartan
Adorable! What did you use to draw on the cancellation stamps?
I used the Frixion gel pens that disappear when heat is applied. I also use them to trace the turned edge of the appliqué pieces as they come in different colors that are useful for dark fabrics.
Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
I just had to make a full size quilt of this pattern! This is a very versatile block and I love the diagonal aspect. Anita's Arrowhead block is made the same way only with a different center and I love that pattern!
In putting this one together, I decided I wanted some light blocks in the center as a focal point and to sort of highlight the secondary patterns and then I just alternated diagonally the light rows with the dark rows. After that, the blocks' colors get to
I am looking for an old glennen embellishing machine. Does anyone know where I might find one? Please any information will be greatly appreciated. Carol at 509-554-2134 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for any help.
I've had a my Platinum 3000, Quilt sew clever for about 18 months. But have 40 hrs on it at most. I can do quite well loading, and free motion. The computer is giving me problems. I loaded a design and all was good. I started quilting out the design and the screen went black. I had to set turn off the system and bring it up again. Set the area again and start where it left off. All was good, then the screen went black again and now won't come up at all. I checking with you all to see if this has
Hello, Just thought you should know last week at MSQC my personal information was viewed by another customer. I also was able to view someone's information : name, address, email, phone number, buying history and credit used when making a purchase . I did delete all my information. I had to cancel magazine subscription in order to delete credit card. I was told the problem has been fixed and that it happened to only 4-5 people. A Pay Pal purchase was made on my account and they did credit my account.
I still surf the site but hadnt posted anything since 2012 i think. But anyways, my inspiration for getting into quilting was my grandmother, Julia. Well on March 16th she went home to heaven. I still feel the loss but amongst some of the things in her room were a couple small lap quilts I had made her and in the kitchen some pot holders that had been well used. They are with me now at my house and it warms my heart to know that grandma used these things often.
Originally Posted by fabric whisperer
I used to be a Merch Mgr at Joanns. Do you have your receipt from buying a couple weeks ago? If so, PM me the SKU # and I can see if any Ohio stores have it. It can be shipped store to store! Most people don't know that
Originally Posted by loisf
Hattie, you did a wonderful job on your OBW. You saw the potential in the fabric, choose the perfect accompanying fabrics, and arranged the blocks artfully. I have the fabric for a OBW, and I hope it turns out half as good as yours.
Well this years quilt show was really great, met lots of lovely people and saw so many beautiful quilts, so many fun goodies to buy and yes I did my share. I added a lovely raspberry colored FW to my studio. to go with the green and the blue and 2 black FW's thats IT, no more. with my 4 Pfaff 7570's and Pfaff serger and the Nolting, I think I am all set for machines. I have gotten rid of and given away most of the other machines I had. Now will just get on with making the quilts and dyeing and
Originally Posted by dhanke
I had a bunch of 2 inch squares leftover from the pieced border of my Be Attitudes quilt. I had read about a "Goodnight Irene" quilt along in November of last year, perfect to use up leftover squares.
This pattern is also known as Arkansas Crossroads. It's very easy to put together and a great leader ender project.
The first two pics are Goodnight Irene, the last is Be Attitudes, from whence the leftover squares came. Please excuse the poor quality of the pics, I couldn't