Greetings All, I am fairly new to quilting. I have made a rag quilt and some small projects like table toppers and wall hangings. I am pretty much self taught, although I did take one machine applique class. I have put together my first full size quilt top. Tonight, I spent four hours crawling around...
So here is the update I have sewn all the rows together now. They were a little bit shorter since I accidentally messed up on the sashing of the bottom and tops of the blocks I did double sash instead of a single sash and that complicated things. So I had to make a few extra pieces and also I messed...
Sun, Oct 16 2011
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I have a made vow until this quilt top is complete. My vow is the quilters version of the AA Saying lol but in a positive way. There's is one day at a time. Mine is one block a day at a time ;) minimum. So far to date I have stuck with it this week since Saturday when I decided that is what I will...
Mon, Aug 8 2011
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Well granted our quilting table itself might not be as organized as we may want it. However, I bet most of us have our fabric stashes organized in containers or by furniture by color, size of fabric piece, and by color runs at the very least. Most of my fabrics right now are being moved from a shoe organizer...
"My advice is you are never too old to start quilting. I have only been quilting for 5 years, and I didn't even know how to use a sewing machine. I started at the very bottom. I friend showed me how to use my machine and we made a crazy quilt together. I haven't stopped since then. Visit...