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  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today?

    Gini, Are you using Microsoft Photo Editor or a similar program? If so, go to the top menu, under File, select print, when your print window opens up, select the button called properties which is next to the name of the printer at the top of that window. From the window that opens, you should be able to select an option to print in black and white.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Applekrisp on Thu, Oct 7 2010
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today?

    Thought I would share the Little House Quilt...we are installing the landscaping components now. This is today's updated photo. More will be added and the house detail will come next week. I will have some surprises for the front yard! Thread work will create tree trunks and limbs in what looks like shrubs in the back of the house, but those will
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Applekrisp on Sat, Oct 2 2010
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today?

    Hi All, I have been busy, unbelievably busy this last month, but things are calming down now. I will be posting the next installment of the Little House Quilt project this Saturday. Hope you will come check that out. In the mean time, here is a little slide show of the very small town 2010 Colfax Railroad Days Quilt Show, the 5th annual. The quilts
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Applekrisp on Thu, Sep 30 2010
  • Re: What are you up to today!

    Hi All, back at today, have to clean a little house first before I start sewing on the little house...lol oh that was bad. Doc says it's a virus going around not sure how long it will last, ran some more autoimmune tests but pretty sure it's a virus. Wheeee! At least it's not something serious, I mean hey...I just got done with cancer, can
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Applekrisp on Fri, Aug 20 2010
  • Re: What are you up to today!

    Wendi, How Fun! Love that you used up left overs! My goal to do same. I'm sure they will love it!
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Applekrisp on Sun, Aug 8 2010
  • Re: What are you up to today!

    You GO Patti!
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Applekrisp on Sun, Aug 8 2010
  • Re: CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST

    here are some photos of other items that I make every Christmas and teach little classes in... Above is a scented trivet. below, coasters of course... Pillow cases are always nice, quick and easy...the gals were fighting over them at our Christmas Party, everyone loves to dress up their bed for the Holidays. And a table runner is always nice, I designed
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Applekrisp on Sun, Aug 8 2010
  • Re: CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST

    sorry about all the space, cut and paste didn't work like I thought it would...LOL
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Applekrisp on Sun, Aug 8 2010
  • Re: CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST

    Here is a pattern for Hankie Holders that we made at church, quick and easy, everyone loves them and they don't have to be made from Christmas fabric. Paper Hanky Holder Main Fabric: Cut (3) pieces 4” x 6” Contrasting Fabric: Cut (2) pieces 4 ½” x 6” Fold the 2 contrasting fabric pieces in half lengthwise with the
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Applekrisp on Sun, Aug 8 2010
  • CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST

    After reading Pat's post about her trip to the Christmas in August Fair, I was thinking we should have Christmas in August right here! I would love to see patterns and recipes and tutorials for quick, quilted or sewn Christmas goodies. Photos of finished projects and ideas for ones you haven't or may never start but think would be a fun addition
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Applekrisp on Sun, Aug 8 2010
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