Designer Batik Swap


Designer Batik Swap

If you would like to join a 100%  DESIGNER QUALITY Quilt Store batik swap:

*Start by being friends of Chef Lisa, Carla Walton and Colette LeFever:

                RULES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

1. Fabric MUST BE DESIGNER QUALITY ONLY - meaning this: bali, island batiks, moda, timeless treasures, Robert kaufmann, Hoffman, Batavia, komo, Michael miller, jinny beyer, Avlyn, Anthology, tonga, komo and galaxy and the like. fabrics not meeting this requirement WILL BE RETURNED.

2. you MUST be a member of the batik swap to participate and comments about the batik swap should be made on the batik swap page.

3. you are responsible for your postage in both sending and returning your fabric and the quality of envelopes you choose to use.

 4. we are NOT responsible for items lost in the mail. we will do our best to get them to you but we cannot control the post office.

5. the swap will be centralized - meaning that the swap fabrics will be sent to a coordinator for distribution.

6. fabrics should be sent in a timely manner.

7. please comment regularly so that we know you are still around and interested
















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projects and pictures

Started by carla j walton. Last reply by Vickie Smith 12 hours ago. 1212 Replies

here we can share our pictures, our fabric choices and our challenge pics. we can see our progress and encourage each other along the way.Continue

Sampler Quilt Together - Quilt Along Project - begins April 1st 2014

Started by carla j walton. Last reply by Mary Moore 22 hours ago. 2950 Replies

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Secret Santa Gift Exchange 2014

Started by Chef Lisa. Last reply by Chef Lisa on Thursday. 12 Replies

It can be any size, any process or technique. You must use Quilt Store quality Batiks. It is just nice when someone makes something just for you.Delivery to your recipient will be before December…Continue

share our links

Started by carla j walton. Last reply by Chris Michelle on Tuesday. 159 Replies

I thought it might be nice if we shared our links on this discussion page so that when and if we want to go back and look at one we don't have to click through a million pages to find it. so if you…Continue

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Comment by Connie Wilkerson CRS on December 7, 2013 at 6:30pm
2nd full day of being totally iced in. Ugh! I guess I will have to overnight my exchange gift on Monday. Anyone else housebound?
Comment by Connie Wilkerson CRS on December 7, 2013 at 6:27pm
2nd full day of being totally iced in. Ugh! Hopefully I can get out Monday. I'll have to overnight my gift exchange item. Oh well. Anyone else housebound?
Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on December 6, 2013 at 2:34pm

ipad pic last year when everything folded and ready to be wrpped for trip to portland.

except for Whigry III ...she only traveled as far as the kennel.
Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on December 6, 2013 at 2:27pm
laura - my fuzzy blankets done w applique, and one of the flannel quilts w fur back...

thought i had last xmas quilts on here, don't will post and share the link.

what are you making? and don't forget to share the pics! :))
Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on December 6, 2013 at 2:14pm
oh...and i did a knife edge binding or on flannel quilt tops, w fur backing, brought backing around to front and stitched.

fur is messy. working on a another purse right now...i clean as i go along w damp cloth shake it out over trash can. then shake the pieces & scraps outside...the birds, squirrels and other critters seem to clean up the loose fur fast for bedding.

...and :)) in PA i had a chip unk that would sit on the rock wall in front of window. whenever he saw me he would start shaking & shivering in the cold. begging. i would go out, scrape snow off rocks..deposit handfull of sunflower seeds and then go back in and & son & i would watch that little character stuff his cheecks as full as he could. so..of course we would put larger amounts each time. i even tease critters :)) matter how large an amount of sunflower seeds we put out for him...he would get every single one into his mout and then runnoff to stash. we played all that winter. he's probably the one that ate my potatoes the following summer! lollol
Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on December 6, 2013 at 2:07pm
i did a fuzzy kitty quilt couple years ago, also an applique of my wolfdog ..both for grand daughters birthdays. there are tricks...but simple and doable.

my home office in PA was in basement, no where upstairs fpr my desk & file cabinet. so hung blankets and throw rugs on walls ala bedoin tent & had a couple of those oil filled radiator looking heaters. would get toasty enough for son to join me down there when he wasn't at school.
Comment by Laura Roberts on December 6, 2013 at 1:21pm

It's too cold to work in my basement office today, so I've taken over Dan's desk in the family room. I think I'll bring my machine (Pfaffy) up here, too. Poor baby's practically freezing down there... despite the flannels draped all over her.

Oh, good. My favorite squirrel just found an almond that I put out for him. They've been hard for him to find because they just plop into the snow and disappear, so I've started putting them in the crotch of his favorite tree. Have any of you ever appliqued with fake fur? I'm thinking of doing a squirrel quilt as a laugh for myself and I even have the right color of fake fur. The backing is really tough, unattractive stuff, but it's too thick to turn under, too. Maybe if I trim all of the fur from the backing for about 1/2" all the way around and just turn under the backing?

Comment by Gail Hoover on December 6, 2013 at 12:30pm
Well, I have my Christmas exchange finished. Ice storm means it won't go in the mail today. The poor birds have ice on their tails, making it difficult to fly. I keep throwing fresh food on top of the ice so they can eat. I threw some on the porch and it didn't take long to find the dry food.

I am lucky, we have electric. Take care everyone.
Comment by Janet Chinault on December 5, 2013 at 8:07pm
Today was like an early Christmas when I received my blue and green strips in the mail! They are all beautiful and both sets have a lot of variety, lights and darks as well as "solids" and prints. Great job strippers!
Comment by Colette LeFever on December 4, 2013 at 8:07am

Drive safe and have a wonderful time. 


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