• Re: If you're In-Read this post!

    Oh boy...UFOs...I'm going to include projects that have the fabric set aside for them. I think I am up to about 25 of them. All sorts of projects--totes, purses, quilts, table runners, etc. For fabric, no idea how much I have! I have 2 shelves that are 24" tall, 3' wide and 18" deep. They are STUFFED. All sorts, too--knits, fleece
    Posted to The Great Stash Down (Forum) by Susie on Tue, Jan 27 2015
  • Re: Nine-Patch Hostess - Judi

    Please count me in! I will PM you my information!
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Susie on Mon, Jan 5 2015
  • Re: Resuming my position as owner and moderator

    Welcome back, Barbara!!! We have missed you! Roxana has done a bang-up job covering for you and I appreciate everything she has done to keep us going!
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Susie on Mon, Jan 5 2015
  • Re: Round Robin

    [quote user="Barbara"] they can be a lot of fun if you remember there are members doing this with different skill levels . not everyone is perfect but most do their very best to make your tops beautiful so being tolerant is a important requirement .I hope this helped Debbie barbara [/quote] Barbara is right. RRs are great fun, and they
    Posted to Round Robin 2015 (Forum) by Susie on Fri, Jan 2 2015
  • Re: Quilters MIA's

    I'm such a lurker...mostly because of a very busy schedule. I ended up with TWO girl scout Troops (can't tell one granddaughter yes and the other no), plus got asked to help with the registration for the Service Unit. Plus, my payroll chapter--I'm the current president, which means I'm the chair for the statewide convention to be held
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Susie on Fri, Dec 19 2014
  • Re: Swap Ideas #2

    I also really like the pillowcase swaps. But a potholder swap would be fun. I could soooo use some new ones. I haven't ever made anything with insulbrite, but it can't be that hard to play with, right? I did see a really cute pattern for towels that you hang on the oven handle. Not really quilted, but still cute. I thought about making a couple
    Posted to Fabric Swaps (Forum) by Susie on Fri, Nov 7 2014
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today #10

    Mel--that chart is nice, but I'm with Agnes. I don't think it's accurate. My beloved step-mom died of pancreatic cancer, so I would NEVER wear a purple ribbon as she sure didn't survive it. She made it almost 3 years from her discovery date, but the result was the same. Agnes--I'm so sorry for your loss. Pancreatic cancer isn't
    Posted to Did you work on a quilt today? #10 (Forum) by Susie on Thu, Oct 30 2014
  • Re: What are you up to today #10

    [quote user="Mel"] I'm one of the few people who keep 3 bins near my sewing machine? One for my project pieces, one for my scraps and one trash can? I kinda get tickled watching these women on youtube. Never seen a trash can in sight anywhere with any of them, they're all of them tossing scrap fabrics and threads all over the place
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Susie on Tue, Oct 21 2014

    WOW Patricia Faye! I have no other words! Jacquelynne Steves has a little BOM project--it's only 4 or 6 blocks big and it's free. Here's the link to it. She does have the fabric requirements posted.
    Posted to Applique Club (Forum) by Susie on Mon, Oct 20 2014
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today #10

    [quote user="Barbara in Colorado"] Susie This is really cute! I LOVE the panels you used and how creative you were for the whole wall hanging. What a lucky person to receive and enjoy this. [/quote] Thanks everyone! Barbara--it wasn't a panel. It was yardage. The fabric is really cute & I fussy cut the six little squares. Ended up
    Posted to Did you work on a quilt today? #10 (Forum) by Susie on Mon, Oct 20 2014
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