Originally Posted by Stepney
Love this! Thank you so much for posting this. It's perfect for my 2 puggies....not so much for my Great Pyreneese LOL
Can anyone tell me where this Quilt show will be held on Feb. 9th? Thanks.
Originally Posted by pattral
I need some prayers & a little help regarding Susan.
Susan has continued to get worse over the past several months and we don't expect to have her with us for much longer. Susan's kidneys have shut down once and are at danger of shutting down again, she has also developed blood clots over several areas including her lungs.
Susan has tried to stay optimist and prays constantly to be healed and on the road to recovery. She fears never seeing her son again who is also
Originally Posted by Larue Bonnoni
I use leftover warm & natural and sew different size pcs. of material on and by hand do a herringbone stitch, then square up,put sashing between blocks and sashing between rows. I tie this type of quilt
Originally Posted by Tiggersmom
I LOVE THIS......ENJOY .
Stress Management for Women! This is absolutely wonderful!!!!
A young lady confidently walked around the room while leading and explaining stress management to an audience with a raised glass of water. Everyone knew she was going to ask
the ultimate question, 'half empty or half full?'.. She fooled them all .... "How heavy is this glass of water?" she inquired with a smile. Answers called
Originally Posted by patti p
I went to a quilt shjow last Oct with my sister, and as we were looking at all the lovely projects and quilts she had admired this pattern and colors. so while she was not looking i bought all the supplies to make it. i just finished the quilt and i will be going to the roads to California quilt show to meet up with my sister and surprise her with this quilt.
i have posted a update to this posting with the
I would like to make a block with a six pointed star. I found the hex and more ruler by Julie Herman. Is this an easy way to create this star or is there a better way?
On Monday I brought home my brand new sewing machine. I got the Viking Sapphire 930 and it's wonderful. It has lots of options I can play with and it comes with a wide variety of decorative stitching. I bought some accesories as well, including a quilter's table (which is basically an extension table). The wider throat space is going to be super helpful when I get to the actual quilting on my machine.
Spent the morning getting my next scrappy quilt all cut out.
I will keep all 672 pieces together in my "kit box".
It will be called "Scrap Ribbons". I'm using a pattern from the book "Scrap-Basket Surprises".
Now, I'm starting to draw a diagonal line on the backside of 288 little squares.
Originally Posted by JulieB
A big thanks for everyone who offered suggestions the last time I had this posted. My quandary was how to make it rectangular because I was concerned that it wasn't quite as long as I would have like it to be, yet I didn't want to ruin the symmetry. As you can see, I added a strip and a piano keys border to two ends, and was quite pleased with the end result.
Beautiful, lots of work but well worth it.