All Tags » New (RSS)

Browse Blog Posts by Tags

Showing related tags and posts for the Blogs application. See all tags in the site
  • Essentials for my extremely small sewing space

    I'm just getting my quilting space essentials together (ok, honestly I only bought me rotary cutter and mat, but it's a start). I'm looking for your recommendations on the have to have, nice to have and if only I could have. My space is basically the closet in our master bedroom. Look forward...
    Posted to lapontious's Blog by Lynda on Sat, Oct 12 2013
    Filed under: Filed under: , , ,
  • Dreaming of Spring

    O.k. O.k. I live in sunny Florida, so right now it is 68 degrees out and I don't really need to dream of spring, but I just can't help myself. When I found this beautiful floral fabric, I fell in love. I t is called Paris Flea Market for Moda . I used one Jelly Roll and one Layer Cake. I found...
    Posted to Coastiemom's Blog by Brenda on Tue, Jan 22 2013
    Filed under: Filed under: , , , ,
  • Might as well face it I'm addicted to quilts...

    Hi my name is Brenda and I too am addicted to quilts.I'm new to quilting and I joined Quilters Club of America to learn from other talented quilters. I have always enjoyed creating crafts. I am a self-taught Crafter who has learned by my mistakes. Typically, I will see something I like and say, “I...
    Posted to Coastiemom's Blog by Brenda on Tue, Jan 22 2013
    Filed under: Filed under: ,
  • New York Beauty for a New Year

    I took a New York Beauty paper piecing class in Milwaukee during the summer of 2011. The class projuect yielded a 40x40 quilt top. But I don't make wall hangings, and I don't make lap quilts. I always make full or queen size quilts. I set out to find matching or coordinating fabric. I found some...
    Posted to Jobiagioli's Blog by Jo Biagioli on Sun, Jan 6 2013
    Filed under: Filed under: , , ,
  • Bernina 440 QE

    I know that this model is being discontinued, being replaced with the new 500 series, but I found a new one at a really great along with a great price on the embroidery module. I began my quilting hobby one year ago and have been using a Singer simple. It has severd me well through my now 5th quilt....
    Posted to catsmeowing's Blog by Joyce DeBow on Sat, Jan 14 2012
    Filed under: Filed under: , ,
  • New to Quilting

    I have only begun to quilt and am very pleased with what I am seeing on this site. There are so many choices for projects. I like a lot of variety in my studio. I make clothing as well as baby things like blankets and sleepers. Quilting is something I come back to in order to relax. I love the fabrics...
    Posted to abbygirl's Blog by Donna on Thu, Jul 7 2011
    Filed under: Filed under: , ,
  • The beginning!!

    I have always wanted to start a blog but I was never sure about how to go about it so I guess I will just jump right in. I haven't been quilting long (about 6 months) and I am completely self taught. I have finished 2 king size quilts so far and I am pretty proud of them. Quilting has become quite...
    Posted to Cheri's Stitchin' and Rippin' Adventures by Cheri on Tue, Apr 5 2011
    Filed under: Filed under: , , ,
  • Exploring "up" or "recycling"

    I have been exploring recycling (or upcycling) existing materials into new items. For example, I used a toddler size fleece lined vest to make a winter coat for my dog Chester. I've been collecting vintage fabrics and embroideries to recycle them into totes and bags. Any comments or suggestions for...
    Posted to cmarles's Blog by Christine on Thu, Nov 4 2010
    Filed under: Filed under: , ,
  • New additions to the Fons & Porter tool and notion line

    If you haven't seen the new tools, we hope you will check them out soon. We design our tools with you in mind! The new tools that are being introduced this spring are: The Square Up Ruler -unique 6 inch square with repositionable plastic to aid in cutting triangle squares. Fussy Cut Templates -set...
    Posted to QCA Community Blog by EQeditor on Fri, May 14 2010
    Filed under: Filed under: , , , , , ,
  • What do you use for a design wall?

    Everyone has a their own way of previewing the quilt they're working on. I used to lay it all out on our living room floor. My friend Rebecca would use masking tape to stick them on the wall of her sewing room. Marianne and Liz used to go down the the local Ben Franklin store here in Winterset and...
    Posted to QCA Community Blog by EQeditor on Thu, Feb 4 2010
    Filed under: Filed under: , , , , , , , ,
  • Chase Away the Winter Blues!

    Winter always seems so dark and dreary to me because we go to work in the dark and come home in the dark. Spring is my favorite time of year because of all new buds, flowers, baby animals, and green grass. We are currently working on the Spring 2010 issue of "Easy Quilts" so I get to pretend...
    Posted to QCA Community Blog by EQeditor on Fri, Nov 20 2009
    Filed under: Filed under: , , , , ,
  • My first blog!

    I have never "blogged" before. I can see that it can be a useful way of communicating in this techno-age. I will upload pictures when my projects are at a recognizable place. Would love to hear how people use noticeable prints. I am new to quilting so my print selection is rather muted/understated...
    Posted to KJ's Blog by Karen Johnson on Wed, Aug 19 2009
    Filed under: Filed under: , ,
Page 1 of 1 (12 items)
Have a Question? | About Us | Privacy Policy | Join Today © 2014 F+W All rights reserved.
By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use