Marked quilt lines with quilters blue chalk wheel; fellow quilter ran it through the rinse cycle in washing machine. The blue chalk lines are still there as bright as when I put them on. Has anyone had that same problem? Any suggestions for removal of chalk? She's going to try a full cycle with soap. Most of time chalk wears off with manipulation of quilt while quilting; sometimes have to remark. Don't know why it stuck so good this time. Thanks for advice.
Just returned from quilt camp yesterday. It was the best place to be when we got 16 inches of snow last Friday. Camp locale was on a lake so we just kept watching wind and snow across lake and kept on sewing. Today I'm back in the real world.
Must apologize for posting elk quilt again; sorry to bore you with a repeat. From now on will check my old posts first.
This is a wall hanging I need to complete. The mountains, trees and elk are all one piece cut and ironed to the background. Does anyone have ideas how I could quilt this? I'm hesitant to begin as a lot of work to cut the scene and I don't want to ruin it. Thanks for…Continue
My granddaughter's high school mascot is a tiger. I am looking for pillow/quilt panels with tigers on it; either one, two, three, or four. I want to make a mascot quilt for her to take on the bus when she goes to her sporting events. I've looked several times on line but no luck; have found "cartoon figure" tigers but that's not what I want. I want real looking tigers. An all over tiger print would be good, too.
Thanks ahead of time for the advice.