Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
I am a very Blessed and Lucky lady today! Last night at 6pm as my huband was coming down out of his tree stand. The top strap of his climbing stick broke. Thus it bent out away from the tree and he went down falling back wards. He fell over 12 feet to the ground and landed on his left side. He had his cell phone on him and was at my parents about 5 blocks away. He called me for help and I found him very quickly. He would not let me call and ambulance Men! I told him reguardless he has to go…Continue
Added by Catherine Smith on October 30, 2011 at 10:38am — No Comments
P9140060.JPGWhat a beautiful day, the first snow of the season. It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas (Christ's Birthday)
I'm getting ready for my first craft fair. I'm making quilted purses mainly. I hope they catch someones eyes. I have quilts, wall…Continue
Added by Linda Hubalek on October 28, 2011 at 1:16pm — No Comments
I am currently working on a quilt I am going to give my husband for our anniversary. once I have more of it done I will post pictures of it in the making and then when it is completed I will post a final picture of it.
I have posted pictures of the top what it will look like...
Here’s the first paragraph in my book Butter in the Well that sets the scene for the story.
“Go back to a time when there are no streets, roads, or cars. Imagine there are no buildings, homes, hospitals, or grocery stores around the corner. All of your family’s belongings fit in a small wooden wagon. The year is 1868. There is…Continue
Added by Dena Dale Crain on October 21, 2011 at 1:37am — No Comments
I just got a Wacom graphics tablet to help with digitizing in 4D quilt and my 4D embroidery software. I was tired of trying to work with my jiggly mouse lines. Well... it's obviously going to take some practice to use the pen tablet - my first results were worse than the mouse!
Twenty years ago I wrote my first book Butter in the Well. Writing was a new adventure for me, brought on by my husband’s job transfer to another state. I was homesick and started writing about the Swedish woman who left her country and…Continue
If you like quilts (dah!) and history, check out our website at http://www.tennesseequiltworks.com Look at the History, Coming Events the Soldiers Cot Quilts. To receive a Newsletter go to "Contact Us." Note: Newsletter goes out on an irregular basis. I'm busy quilting so it goes out when I get around to it....enjoy the site.
My website is finally up. I am pretty technically challenged so this was a real step outside my box for me. I hope you will stop by and I would appreciate any feedback on how to improve it. I am not easily offended so please be honest.
Is everyone busy sewing for Christmas? I am not sure I will get any finished this year but my hope is I will be retiring at the end of the year and then I can find time to sew again.
Just joined the mystery quilt. I can hardly wait to go…Continue
Well, here it is almost the end of October and I haven't finished my Christmas shopping. This is the first year since I can remember that I haven't been done by the end of July. It is true, I am doing a lot more handmade items and those have been stuck away, ready to wrap. I'm a little at lose ends because I am not sure what to do next. I have one king size quilt top that needs to…Continue
Added by Carol Yonts on October 19, 2011 at 3:21am — No Comments
I'm thrilled to share that my new website is now up and running.
The website was designed around the cover quilt on New York Beauty Simplified. There's a link to sign up for our newsletter and also for our Facebook page.
Since I'm technologically challenged, we are adding new things on a daily basis. The site was designed by Gloderworks.
Let me know what you…Continue
Added by Linda J. Hahn on October 17, 2011 at 2:02pm — No Comments
This quilt is spetacular! Everyone needs to look at it. I make Civil War Reproduction quilts and can tell you this one is a treasure.
Added by Lalena Stewart on October 17, 2011 at 11:27am — No Comments
Fran Wadhams made this replica Civil War Quilt with replica Civil War fabrics. Our chorus is raffling the quilt. For more info, see our website, www.senecasoundwaves.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Added by Elaine Macrillo on October 16, 2011 at 12:03pm — No Comments
When I was a child, my grandmother and her family/friends had quilting bees and she would take me with her. My playhouse was under whatever quilt they were working on at the time. It was in an old Victorian style house in a huge upstairs room. I'm sure if I could go back to that room, it wouldn't be as big as I perceived it to be! I have one of the last quilts my grandmother made - it's tattered and worn but an absolute treasure to me. I've always enjoyed sewing and in my young adult…Continue
Added by JoAnn Jarrell on October 16, 2011 at 7:46am — No Comments
With working on the memory quilt for my in-laws I have decided that I need to make one for myself. I was 42 when when my hubby and I got married so if we are alive for a 50 year anniversary, I will be 92. It is my second marriage so I have children and such to make a memory quilt. The first grandchild is on it's way so I have set a time limit of either age 60 or 65 depending if my kids are done having their own kids by whichever age. To start with I am in the process of scanning the…Continue
Added by April Morgan-Salo on October 14, 2011 at 3:53pm — No Comments
the view fr above. :)) ..... you can just see the house near end of cliff. looks out over pasture below and yakima nation reservation beyond the river. perpetual view. the yakima floods every year. and that pasture is under sev feet of water in bad years. across river is farmland..yah...it floods to some extent also. the islands in river below us is all designated yakima…Continue
Hi everyone. I haven't been on here for quite awhile. Now I'll probably looking at all of YOUR beautiful work everyday. I committed the Ultimate quilting "Sin"and let something distract me while using my rotary cutter! My neighbors now call me "slash"... As I have always cautioned my children and anyone new to sewing, PLEASE be careful! It only takes a milisecond to severe your skin! Now I am bored to death as I can't sew (or cut) for a while!