"Thanks Collette. I know it looks like the flowers are from the background piece, but that is not the case. These flowers were made with "strings" from raveled ends of fabric after washing. I saved them forever. Then I layered them with…"
"I made this quilt for my granddaughter, Melanie. She is 7 yrs. old and was just diagnosed with Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD). This is an untreatable, incurable, life threatening disease. Eventually, hopefully long into the…"
"Mary, that was Suzanne! She found the stack of fat quarters in her sewing room. It is from the FIUP challenges. You apparently had sent some to her for bank. She mixed them up and then sent them out. I got mine this week as well."
I hope your car is fixed now. Mine has been dead for quite some time; it need a lot of work, so I'm slowly saving up to get it fixed. It's hard having to share a car with my husband. He wants me to get something used, but I love my car and would rather just pay to fix it. Anyway, I hope you ended up having a great birthday!
Thanks for the info...I've never heard of that ruler and I'm a ruler collector! I have a flying geese ruler from Eleanor Burns, but I don't like her method. I just like the way yours look perfect without any cut-off points!
Hi Terry! I love the quilts you've posted! The tablerunner is adorable! And I really love the star quilt...they're all very nice! I've wanted to do a flying geese quilt, but I can only imagine trying to match up all those points!