Member Since: 08/07/2012
I had no idea what I was doing but a good book to work from. I gathered all old fabric including some muslin that used to be kitchen curtains. All quilts have muslin, right? I did a block at a time technique and ran each block into work to ask my friend if it looked right. I am Italian. No one in my family had ever made a quilt. She's from the South, so all Southern gals know about quilts, right? Luckily she really did and kept me going. It's a sea of beige with a binding that defies descriptions but my first is a treasure.
Why not learn something absolutely gorgeous? Inch by inch, to have these techniques would be a dream.
Any education is a good thing. Just love books!
I have no imagination so a great pattern does it for me!
Maybe I need to try something that would fit me! Wimping out on little girl dresses.
My fit isn't. I love the non-feel of tents and anything oversized. At the same time, I'm short so I can't let it go all the way crazy. How to get it in focus would be great.
Grandgirl dresses are next on the list. Threads just makes it all better!
A second (third) generation wearing a Derby Dress. Great for grandgirl!
I took a class from a Pfaff educator who used her ruffler to make pleated ribbons. They were gorgeous.
Dolly Parton sang about "The Coat of Many Colors." And you must Google Cathy Miller, The Singing Quilter. she has a wealth of music and it's wonderfully fun.
Always fun to play! Thanks.
Use a bamboo skewer as your third hand. It's a wonderful stiletto for the machine. If the needle hits it, it will pierce and not break the needle.
I have only ventured back to little dresses for the grandgirls. I need to read this book!
My favorite designers are all the brave souls out there who create. Can't name one (as if I could remember any name right now!). It's the techniques I would love to see.
My mother always said that I was born with a needle in my hand. I think, not quite, but I do remember cards and yarn at age 2. I would go in and out of the punched holes, happily sewing. It stuck!
I did! I bought Irish linen in Ireland, Even traded with a quilter there for a piece of the rare green linen. First thing I look for in a new town is the fabric connection!
Those tried and true books are wonderful, but I'll take Islander tapes or Nancy's Notions shows any day.
I walk, indoors or out, 3 miles mostly. Wish I could say more, but the old heart is doing fine!
I'm getting old. It's about time I got better!
If I could dream a perfect bag, it would be lightweight yet sturdy. As beautiful as leather with fantastic wearability. The outside would have just enough gold to show classy, not flashy. Inside are pockets--lots of them. And a perfectly fitting organizer. The lining is fun yet unfrazzled. Not too big, a little on the small to medium size so as to not overwhelm my shortness. As beautiful as a birkin (sp?) but moderate in cost. Yea! That's my bag.
I can sew, just would like the opportunity to take real lessons. The last one I had was in 8th grade, about the time of the Middle Ages.
Gee. I haven't had a real lesson since 8th grade, sometime during the Middle Ages. Okay, not really that bad but having some help would be greatly appreciated.
Make friends with your pressing tools. A ham can be a more than a sandwich! I'm more of a quilter and the ease of an Oliso would be most welcome.
Sew nothing past a child size 8. When fitting is a problem, bail out! Do I need the education or what?!!!
Almost anything Kate Winslet wore in "Titanic." The movie is fascinating just for the costumes.
I've never been to The City Quilter but I would make it a point to get there if I could. Our last visit was a theater overload. Still love the glitter and glory of that.
The thrill of getting a Threads. One glances at the front cover and immediately turns it over to the back. there is the treasure!
Threads is so absolutely gorgeous besides informative. Who wouldn't want anything to come off those presses? It's where I go for my education these days.
If it involves fitting, I check out. I would love to learn the right way. The last lesson I had was in 8th grade, a very, very long time ago!
I need to learn to let go! What a great idea.
I love to baste--really just love the results. A bit of embroidery can be fun, and I most often do a hand hem. I feel like there is so much more to learn!
Beenquilting over 20 years now and to pick a favorite is difficult. Proudest of my Baltimore Album, but I like so many!
The Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore (MD) has recently opened. It's small and working from grants. Located in Denton, MD, it draws from Maryland's Eastern Shore and the state of Delaware. It opened over the summer with a show of the quilts of Elly Sienkiewicz, done in the Baltimore Album style. The last show I noticed was a quilt display of red and white miniatures and small quilts inspired by the show in NY. Hope this is what you are looking for.
I would tell them to take classes, lessons, whatever they could do. Actually seeing a demonstration, or great photography, is so helpful. Take your time when sewing. It does not have to be a race.
Been to NY and I'll probably never see Paris or Milan, but I spent hous at Keepsake Quilting in NH. The ride through the mountains is wonderful and one of the largest attractions in town is the setting for "On Golden Pond." Not exciting you say. No, just warm and loving, full of those bubbling things that make one apreciate America.
With all the work Threads has done in articles about clothing our real bodies, I am hopeful that you as a sewing leader can vocalize that rudeness to anyone is always unacceptable. What respect and admiration I had for his garments has paled considerably in the light of his behavior. The sooner that he is gone from the show, the better.
This would be wonderful--not just for me but I'm thinking as a guild treat for someone!
Would love to read these! Great game.
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