i have no idea what a walking foot is.. (well i have a sort of idea but certainly don't have one) this is definately quiltable with a regular machine with a standard medium/heavy duty needle (perhaps more than one) Yes it took some time and patience but in the end it did work out quite well I think.. I still need to work on my red/yellow/pink version .. i have the squares cut but haven't done any sewing yet
it doesn't seem like this swap ever happened.. a year later would anyone still be interested..? I hope so because I want to do this and would be wiling to organize too! I just posted a swap idea thread about a muppet quilt swap but just a muppet/henson swap would be pretty cool too!
would anyone be into a muppet quilt square swap..?? something along the lines of make 4-5 squares each..??perhaps all the same muppet or all different and trade around... it may vary depending how many people were interested.. but I would love to do something along these lines and wanted to put some feelers out there... I've never organized before but am elegible i think and would be willing to.. timeline is totally open for me too.. i just want to swap some henson stuff!!!
I knew I had to enter something in this challenge. I have way too many pop tabs and this was a great excuse to use them. I've been seeing sunburst mirrors around the blog world and have been wanting to make my own. Inspiration hit and I came up with this. I spent only $10 on the round mirror. Everything else I had on hand. I used an old metal panel for the main back piece and cut foam board for the extra spires. I was too lazy for paint so I used black gaff tape to adhere the spires and make everything black. Epoxy was used to adhere the mirror and wood glue for the tabs (all I had on hand.) Now I have a great unique sunburst mirror that only cost me $10. I think I'm going to hang it in my bedroom, although it's quite heavy so I'm probably going to need to either find a stub or use anchors in the drywall.