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Fred that is one elegant quilt....beautiful fabric selections.
Why thank you earthwalker seems like it took this old man a long time cause i have to many irons in the fire. Just don't know which one is burning at what time. Thanks again
Fredwtb3........ Friendship and Love is the only cement that will ever hold this world together.
Candace, What a striking quilt! Gorgeous.
Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now am found, was blind, but now I see. [John Newton (1725-1807)]
Fred, you're singin' my song with those colors, there! What a beautiful quilt!
Love the bag, Miriam. I will try yours. Thanks for sharing the directions!
I've made some "schlep bags, which resemble these and those are a lot of fun, too. Here's a pdf of the pattern: http://sentimentalstitches.net/wp-co...schlep-bag.pdf
I make them big with 5" squares and I add squares of stiff interfacing to the four squares nearest the center square to give the bag body and shape. You can make them much larger or much smaller, though - purse size. I like to add pockets to the outside, dividers and zippered pouches on the inside - make a coordinating changing pad and it's a great diaper bag.
I have a screw driver and YouTube--I can fix it!
Fred that is a very nice quilt!
I posted a tutorial and QB ate the pictures
NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
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Another denim quilt made using Singer 224 for decorative stitches, Singer 201 for sewing circles together into rows, and Davis NVF for the binding. These denim quilts are quick to sew up and are great as a hammock quilt or for tailgate parties.