Originally Posted by applique
I saw a Facebook posting called Forgotten Dogs of the Fifth Ward (you can search Facebook for the posting under Fogotten Dogs and dog with a teddy). I emailed the photographer and she gave me permission to use the photo in a quilt. I will make a lap sized raffle quilt for the organization and an appliqued piece for her mom. In our email she said her mom is a quilter so I will send the extra applique for her mom to piece into a quilt for her daughter. (I only like to do applique). So for those of
Originally Posted by weasier22
This is one of two quilts I'm making for a baby coming in July! The reason for the second quilt is that this one is big. Much bigger than I wanted, but I finished it because I just loved the pattern. I have made the smaller quilt top and will be quilting that one today. Since this quilt ended up to be so big, I added a hanging sleeve to the back. Thought it could be hung on a wall until the baby was older and out of a crib.
Layout inspired by Bonnie Hunter's "Random Ohio Stars"
75" x 88"
Quilters' cotton top and back/Hobbs 80/20 batting
Does anyone know of any charities in NW Ohio area that excepts quilts? I am looking for one to join or maybe start one for local hospital NICU or nursery, nursing homes, veteran hospital or the needy. I am new to quilting but love doing it and learning how much fun it is, but would like to have a good cause to give them too. Any information would be helpful. Thank you in advance*
I designed this quilt from traditional elements.
82" x 98"
Quilters cotton top and back/Hobbs 80/20 batting
I'm looking at buying a Pfaff 18.8 longarm with QA.
I have used a Kenquilt 622 for the past 6 years and just sold it to upgrade to a larger machine - I did tiny (6") manual pantograph and loads of quilts were meandered. Loved my little workhorse, but need a larger throat. It has been my intention to upgrade to a larger machine - would love a 24" - that I can later add a computerized system to. This one caught my eye, because it has the whole set-up so I'd jump my next step
A Bonnie Hunter Design
76" x 96"
Cotton top, flannel back/poly batting
i quilted the sampler with a simple SITD and I only had one pucker. I consider that a big OK.
Then I did 9 charity quilt SITD and one with some FMQing. So I really liked that. A quilting friend gave me a whole cloth quilt and I finished the quilting on that. I had to frog and redo a little but that's ok with me. I have it hanging on my back door window. I see it every time I go to the laundry room.
This year I completed a challenge my quilt club put on. And now
Engineered by paintmejudy
Quilters cotton top and back/fleece batting--pieced top and back
60" x 72"
Originally Posted by a1craftera1
I am looking for a manuel for a cromwell sewing machine. It is a small machine, and has a '"godzilla" finish. I have not been able to locate any info on it. Any help would be appreciated.