Right now I'm in a one bedroom apt. So I have a little cabinet, a table with my machine on it, and my cutting mats, and rulers near by. I'm grateful that I could manage that in my small space. I'm moving next month into a two bedroom mobile home, and I can't wait to get my sewing room set up which will be a work in progress. I'll keep you posted, with some photos. SO EXCITED!!!!
So pretty! Laura is a great quilter and a wonderful friend!
Margot is so good at tee shirt quilts!
This is a test blog post.
I probably copied these pictures from another blog on this Quilting board? Does anyone know the patterns & where I could find them?
Took a 2 hour class last month for beginning quilters. I'm attaching a photo of my first (baby) quilt. Please comment, I know I could use suggestions!
Originally Posted by Tinabug
Hello dear quilters, I wold love to be able to make a quilt using this block. (I'll attach the photo) The problem is, I don't have a pattern or I'm not smart enough to figure it out. Can someone please help me out? I will gladly pay for the pattern or if anyone can direct me to a website that has it. I will be eternally grateful. Thanks,
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So I am very new to quilting but not to sewing. I make baby blankets with batting, tie them and add binding. I would like to try a quilt but not sure where to start. I have read many of the posts and it seems that string quilts or jelly roll quilts are the way to start. So is it better to buy a jelly roll or buy fabric and cut your own strips? have no stash to start from.
Thanks for the advice and help!
Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
if this is the look you want
then this is the block
I've been quilting on my tin lizzie for a bit now without too many problems until last night. It decided to start skipping stitches. I've changed the needle, rethreaded,cleaned but makes no difference. Any ideas?