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  • NQA June BOM

    I finished the June BOM for my NQA Galaxy quilt at the beginning of July, but haven't had time to blog about it. So, here is a look at the finished block. Th e June block pattern, Star of Illusion, is designed by Debby Kratovil from a "Quilter's Block-a-Day Calendar" published by Martingale and Company . Cyndi McChesney , an NQA certified
    Posted to Modern Sunbonnet Sue's Musings (Weblog) by Pamela on Sat, Aug 9 2014
  • NQA May BOM

    My Bernina came home after three weeks at the quilt shop for a cleaning and repair. So. w ith my Bernina home, I was able to make some progress on my current stitching projects. I'm behind on my National Quilting Association Block of the Month. Today, I finished the May star block, a Crazy Star, for the Galaxy quilt. The pattern was designed by
    Posted to Modern Sunbonnet Sue's Musings (Weblog) by Pamela on Sun, Jun 22 2014
  • Re: Singer Featherweight 221.. 30's or 50's model?

    Marianne-I have an Athena 2000 that was my Grandma's. Too bad that you can't find parts somewhere online or from a Singer repair shop. That's how the Featherweights are able to stay in use-so many of them that can be scrapped for parts. I have a Centenniel Featherweight (1952), but agree that it's not the year, but one in good condition
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Pamela on Fri, Jun 13 2014
  • Re: Squaring Up

    Swiesbrook, I hear you saying that when you cut your panel fabric, you cut across the width of fabric to square it up, but now find that it wasn't straight. Now, after adding borders to the panel, you realize that the center wasn't really square. The previous suggestion may resolve the issue, but I wonder if the squaring up of your fabric before
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pamela on Sun, Jun 1 2014
  • Re: SPAM comments to gallery post

    Then why is the message noted as an automated email from QCA, one that you're told not to respond to? I understand that my blog is available to the internet, but I wasn't aware that the gallery posts were outside of the QCA site? Since I hadn't heard anything, I went ahead and deleted the gallery post.
    Posted to Report Web Site Issues Here (Forum) by Pamela on Sat, May 24 2014
  • Re: SPAM comments to gallery post

    Wondering if I'm going to get a response to this issue. I just received another email from the same commenter. The email is very lengthy with numerous links. It is obviously SPAM and is generated as a comment from QCA regarding a gallery post. I'd appreciate someone addressing this. Again, here is the profile leaving the comment. herschenbapedr
    Posted to Report Web Site Issues Here (Forum) by Pamela on Sat, May 17 2014
  • SPAM comments to gallery post

    I am receiving automated emails with comments to a gallery post I made several weeks ago. The comments are obviously SPAM, but are not viewable on the site. Here is a link to the post that is getting the SPAM. http://www.quiltersclubofamerica.com/media/p/629033.aspx The email states: herschenbapedr has left the following comment regarding the file:
    Posted to Report Web Site Issues Here (Forum) by Pamela on Tue, May 13 2014
  • Re: Restoring/repairing a well used, old quilt

    I guess it depends on your purpose in restoring it. From an appraisal point of view, the changes that you make to a quilt may decrease the value as an antique. Minor repairs in stitching are not usually a problem, but adding in a new piece of fabric to replace a torn one will. So, if you are merely repairing to use it as a quilt, fixing it block by
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pamela on Sun, Apr 20 2014
  • NQA April BOM

    I'm on target, completing my April BOM (block of the month) in the month of April. The pattern is Home in Ohio designed by Cyndi McChesney . Cyndi is a certified teacher through the National Quilting Association and this BOM is offered to members through the guild's website. All the patterns are stars that will form a quilt called Galaxy . I
    Posted to Modern Sunbonnet Sue's Musings (Weblog) by Pamela on Sun, Apr 20 2014
  • Farm Animal Baby Quilt

    Quilt is hand appliqued using fusible and blanket stitching. Machine stitched with straight line quilting and FMQ. Completed for my great-niece who was born last July.
    Posted to My Quilting Creations (MediaGallery) by Pamela on Fri, Apr 18 2014
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