Originally Posted by tesspug
This fabric line will be released in October. I can't wait. http://www.studioefabrics.com/shop/c...ah-frederking/
Originally Posted by soozieQ
Made this March 2014 from a lot of green batiks I had been collecting.The pattern is Winter in the Pines by Cindi McCracken Designs I machine quilted with my Janome.
Pattern: Phoebe's Flowerbox (MO Star)
Quilter's cotton top and back/poly batting
Originally Posted by PaperPrincess
Here's a quick one that I did for an upcoming bridal shower. Pieced it one evening & quilted it the next. Sorry bottom of quilt got cut off, I'm just not tall enough!
Greetings and thanks for letting me join this group.
My father in law bought a commercial sewing machine at an auction yesterday, I know nothing about it, so looking for a manual? needles? any information I can find on it.
says it is a Hilton. Here is a picture of it.
Thanks for your help.
Our quilt club will be having a show in 2016 and I'm on the steering committee. We need to come up with a creative name for our show. We are a very diverse group of over 100 members and we do traditional quilts to fiber art and wearables. Help!!!
That I have been working on.
I've started sewing the blocks into rows today.
Originally Posted by Onebyone
The best cone or spool thread holder is this one: I gave all my others away even the ornate pretty one from Connecting Threads (my granddaughter wanted that one for her room). Forget the price, you will never regret having this holder. http://www.superiorthreads.com/shop/...srAaAt8S8P8HAQ
I have an old sweatshirt that is falling apart , but I love the x-stitch I sewed on the front. I thought at one time I saw a tutorial on how to take the x-stitch and place it on a new sweatshirt. Am I right>>>
Originally Posted by paintmejudy
I could have stretched this mystery out to go another week, but I think I will finish it up today, because doing the next step wont take long at all. And I never had told you how many weeks this mystery would run! Another part of the mystery answered.
So on to the big finish: From each 4-1/2 wide strip of color B, cut four 4-1/2 squares, You will have four of these blocks for each 12-1/2 block, its finished size before sewing together. (four 12-1/2 blocks for runner, 9 blocks