Hi Cuties! I trust you all had a good Easter. We did. I had all my kids and grands here Sunday, although some came early, for lunch and some came later, for dinner. I think it was 25 of us. So then Monday came and this is what I did. I started cutting and
One more project to be put in my gift box. Don't really know what to call this. I know they are popular in England, like oven mittens? My sister in law loves hers. Another way to recycle, I use old towels that has become thin instead of batting, real
I know they're not perfect, (I'd never claim to be a quilter LOL!), but I finally started on my Vintage Heritage Block of the Month quilt. It's only taken me about 9 years!!! I stitched out the blue one yesterday and the two maroon ones today.
Hello Cuties, I have been so busy lately, but it's all good. First off, I wanted to show you the quilting done on this QOV quilt top I made,The Eagle Has Landed, because the quilter did a custom job of it and it is amazing! She quilted each sect
I made these Route 66 pillows for a friend. She loved them. Zipper on the bottom. I used 14 inch pillow forms. While making the pillows I also had other machine making the FSL crosses. Hugs and flowers to all, Suzanna
I have a granddaughter that wants a weighted blanket for Christmas. Does any one have any idea how I could make one. the stores want $100 and I can't afford that. It wouldn't have to be large. maybe 5 ft x 5 ft.
I promise I'm not trying to bore you with another bag but here is my lad test Mondo, with fabrics from my stash. I didn't have to 'buy' anything ( except Pellon I bought once upon a time.) My husband says why should I have to go out and buy because I
Remember I was asking about Hardware for Garter Flashes for Scottish Bagpipe Band? Managed to get the elastic part ready made just had to do the Tartan flashes. Spent more time measuring than making had to do 32 individual ones to make 16 which is for 8 p