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  • Dino's for Liam

    This quilt was a headache. For some reason my math was all off for this one. No matter how much you sketch, add, subtract, etc. Liam though only 5 doesn't care, he loves it. Before I was even finished it, he would come in my sewing room and just hug it and ask " Granny is it finished yet?:" I quilt for the joy on the little faces of the
    Posted to gannyrosie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Mary Wrigley on Wed, Jul 31 2013
  • Caiden Fire Truck

    My Grandson loves Fire Trucks and the color red. ( yes I know the "N" is backwards- fixed after I realized it). I look through the Net for coloring pages to use as applique's. Then I let the material do the talking after the appliques are finished. No patterns just go with the flow and try to get it all mathematically correct. I love making
    Posted to gannyrosie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Mary Wrigley on Wed, Jul 31 2013
  • Baby Pinwheel

    Machine pieced and quilted baby quilt I made with some I spy squares and extra's for a friend.
    Posted to gannyrosie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Mary Wrigley on Wed, Jul 31 2013
  • Re: New Member

    Hi Lily, welcome from New Orleans, La.
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Mary Wrigley on Tue, Apr 2 2013
  • Liam's & Caiden's Choo Choo Quilt

    I used the choo choo pattern from Patrick Loses's Special Delivery Quilts Book. Patrick had on train and under they had row's of Pinwheel's.. Well, I had to be different. I wanted just trains, so I put 3 rows of trains in bright colors. This was all machine done so it could go through the roughness of the boys ( my Grandson's). I love
    Posted to gannyrosie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Mary Wrigley on Sun, Feb 17 2013
  • Lucas's Dragons

    Made this quilt for my son-n-law's twin brothers 1st son. My grandson loves dragons, so i took this as a practice. Pattern is from coloring books. All machined quilted since I figured it would need to be washed alot.
    Posted to gannyrosie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Mary Wrigley on Sun, Feb 17 2013
  • Re: Hand Quilting

    Thanks Jane that helps me a lot. I haven't been quilting for a long time I guess you can say. I just like hand quilting verses sewn quilting. It's a personal thing with me. I am now able to dedicate more time to it than before. I have noticed as you said that depending on the fabric weight and thickness of the quilt my count differs. I have
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Mary Wrigley on Wed, Feb 13 2013
  • Re: Hand Quilting

    will do , thanks.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Mary Wrigley on Wed, Feb 13 2013
  • Re: Hand Quilting

    Thanks so much Pat for your quick response. Even though I do mostly hand quilting, I never could find in any book how to count them. So since they say 10-12 stiches per inch is what I should be looking for I think I may be a little too small. I think I'm getting almost 12-14 and it's taking me forever. Also the advise on the removal , ugh, I'm
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Mary Wrigley on Tue, Feb 12 2013
  • Hand Quilting

    I have 2 questions, one is how do you count stitches and the other is what is the best way to remove pencil marks after you've quilted.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Mary Wrigley on Tue, Feb 12 2013
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