"My potholder still needs its binding, I look forward to being creative with empty spools. I have quite an assortment of different sizes/ shapes/ types I’ve been reluctant to toss. Now to come up with a fun surprise. "
"I got my potholder to the binding stage, but am not happy with it, so set it aside for a few days. When I revisit it I will decide to bind it or start over.
We will be leaving on vacation next Saturday ( April 21)
i love shopping for (my…"
"I am in this one! It will be a challenge to make ( functional) potholders I very much want to learn to do this. I will try to make ones people (my secret recipient) will want to use.
Thank you for these ( missions) things like this help me…"
"Check out this ( little girl bib) I’m going to make some little boy ones with a little boy shirt, I think T-shirts might work too.
top picture is the back— about a 3” facing, fold over so it just goes over the head. "
"The Amish Star potholders are actually a donation for our sewing group sale table at Heritage Days this summer. We have all been making small items for the fund raising sale. I will make more now that I have it figured out for gifts. "
"Oh my - that runner is Beautiful!
I am trying to start catching up again, have a queen size quilt to get quilted and have to make a queen sized hockey quilt— taking apart the hockey jerseys took me 3 days! What a job they were, much…"
"I use Micron Pigma pens- available in many colors, 3 sizes of tips, acid free, archival quality, permanent. They do not bleed / fuzz on fabrics. Around here they are available in many quilt shops, Joanne’s, Amazon. I’ve been using them…"
"I have picked up/ found a few gifts for my secret santa box so far; I’m still a little behind on a couple quilting projects I have to finish before I make much for gifts. Have a few things out, ready. We ended 2017 and started 2018 with deaths…"
"I belong to a little sewing group and we are making small items to sell at Heritage Days. We do demonstrations during the festival and have a table of items & kits. We decided each project we would make (2); one for The festival, one for us, so…"
Tell us about yourself—as much or as little as you like.
I've been sewing for about 45 years (started in 4-H when i was 8) made my first quilt in 1976, made small quilts off & on over the years- became avid about 12 years ago- started quilting for others 10 years ago. I live in Northern Michigan with my husband & a large white cat. I have 3 children & 2 beautiful granddaughters.
How many quilts have you made?
Do you want to make quilts, or simply enjoy them?
I even quilt in my sleep i am so fond of creating quilts!