I have been trying my hardest to make a star ! I can't make one ! But you do also I'm sure many of the lady know how , but I can't so I just want to say I Mayer your beautiful work on a awesome sewing a star you lady's and you have talent !! :)
Thanks Jennifer. I just printed out blocks 1-9. Didn't realize you have an e-book going here, but that's ok. I can say I know the authoress. Looking forward to more star blocks. And, I'm also looking forward to making more star quilting using your designs.
I love your stars. I only have one of them, but I don't know which number it is. How do I get all the previous star patterns? Can't wait for the new one. Once I get them all then perhaps I can make a quilt, but it looks like I'm already 9 blocks behind.
Thanks Jennifer. I have always wanted a featherweight machine. my grandmother taught me to sew on one. thought the machine would come to me when she died but somehow my sister got it instead. I am intent upon buying one - keep looking for ones for sale. perhaps being part of this group I will learn of where best to find a good one.
I'm not very good on the computer, but followed a link and found this group. I live in central oregon, about 20 milesfrom the nearest small town so I quilt, quilt, quilt every day and go into own about once a week. I have tried buying fabric online, but never liked the quality.
How do I join a swap group? I'm mostly interested in litle florals, since I make more little quilts.
Oh, and sorry if my typing isn't great, my computer likes to skip letters I type so I always need to go back & doube check to make sure all the word are complete.
The New Joy/Juki combo looks to be a very nice setup, but l doubt there are 16+ " between those bars if you ever got the 16" machine anyway.Keep practicing, it took me quite a while to get my feathers' lobes to stop looking square,so you're way ahead of me llol!
Hi Jennifer, Was just browsing thru your shop. You have some cute patterns. It's been a while since we had talked, so I I thought I'd just dropped in a moment and say hello. Hope all is well with you. God's blessings.
Hi Jennifer, I'm happy to meet you here, too. I enjoy machine quilting, some traditional blocks, some simple checkerboard, log cabin, and more recently art quilts with appliques (machine). I've recently tried free motion quilting on the blocks, but found i don't have great hand control for guiding along the lines, so have returned to straight line quilting with the walking foot in control. Some days I rip out as much as I stitch in.
I'm nearly finished the quilting for my niece's pink quilt, and will start tomorrow to bind that. Then comes the log cabin in green and purple for her sister (both of them are being treated for aggressive cancers, both in the mid-forties, and we are heart-broken for them.
I'll begin quilting the log cabin Sunday, but am not sure what (or where) exactly to stitch. It's a very clear, crisp looking top, and I don't want to ruin the geometry of it, so am thinking I'll just stitch in the ditch somewhere in each block. Any thoughts?
I'll post a full picture of the pink quilt tomorrow, if I finish attaching the binding in time. If not, Sunday.
Thank you for inviting me to be your friend here at My Quilt.
Hi Jennifer! It's wonderful to meet you! I have been quilting for three years, but life got in the way--so, this was placed on the back burner. I'm now back, it allows me to relax as it puts me in another world! I do have some ufo's that I need to finish, and fortunately, the tops are completed--it's just the quilting that needs to be completed. I must admit, this is the part that excites me--as well as scares me. I have always paid to have someone do the quilting, but once I retired, I felt the need to do this myself. It was more out of the desire--and not necessarily the "need". In any event, all of my quilts are pieced--as that's what I'm most comfortable with--however, I appliqué is something I really want to learn. I love Baltimore quilts--so, that's my ultimate goal.
I enjoy all kinds of traditional, Quilts of Honor, applique…you name it. I'm not a fan of contemporary quilts….maybe I just have to develop an appreciation for them. I consider myself an adventurist beginner….but I've been sewing for decades and quilting for at least 10. I think there is more to learn than there are hours in the day. I am pretty good at not having a lot of UFOs hanging around…only 2. And not starting projects that I know I'll most likely lose interest in. I've just finished and shipped off a Quilt of Honor top to be finished and presented and have started a machine applique quilt for my sister that I will piece, quilt and finish. I just don't have time to do everything on my list. How about you?