>>>>

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

iPhone-o-Gram! Pineapple Blossom in Lexington KY!

We are busy at it on a lovely fall morning in Lexington!

31 quilters, machines hummin! So far no irons have blown the circuits--which is always a sign of a good day!

Hello from all of us to all if you!

19 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:34 AM EDT

    Bonnie what did they use to raise the legs on the cutting tables? They look like upside down flowerpots.
    Sue
    suejohnston@rogers.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Looks like they are the plastic bed risers you can purchase almost anywhere. I may have to try it myself.

      Delete
    2. Looks like they are the plastic bed risers you can purchase almost anywhere. I may have to try it myself.

      Delete
    3. They are called bed risers, made to increase storage space under the bed. You can get them at Walmart, or Bed, Bath & Beyond etc.

      Delete
    4. Anonymous11:01 AM EDT

      They are used to raise your bed up a few inches. Acutually, have some under my bed "legs" and the same on my sofa. Love 'em!

      Delete
    5. Anonymous12:01 PM EDT

      How do the table legs stay stable on the bed raisers?
      Laurie in Norfolk, VA

      Delete
    6. Anonymous12:10 PM EDT

      You can also use PVC pipe, cut in whatever length you want, it works, my friend's husband cut some for us, makes all the difference when one doesn't have to stoop over to work!

      Delete
    7. Good idea on PVC pipe as I use bed risers

      Delete
    8. We use PVC pipe at my church charity quilting group. It works great-no wobbles!

      Delete
  2. "libel fall morning?' Looks like autocorrect got you. LOVELY?

    ReplyDelete
  3. I use bed raisers on my cutting table. The costs range from $15 to $30 depending on where you purchase them. Great back saver!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Anonymous11:21 AM EDT

    I've been able to find sets at thrift stores

    ReplyDelete
  5. I found them for something like $19 at JoAnn and used a coupon to purchase at a discount. They are GREAT ... table legs rest on tops easily and there is a sort of "groove" to keep the table legs from slipping off. HIGHLY recommend them!

    ReplyDelete
  6. I have found all 4 sets of my bed raisers at yard sales, I have not paid more than $5.00 for any of them. I love the height of my cutting table now. The other sets go with me to retreats or our guilds Saturday Sews.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I have found all 4 sets of my bed raisers at yard sales, I have not paid more than $5.00 for any of them. I love the height of my cutting table now. The other sets go with me to retreats or our guilds Saturday Sews.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Anonymous3:08 PM EDT

    And there are empty spaces at those tables. For me? I so wish.
    Have fun ladies.
    Maryella

    ReplyDelete
  9. Anonymous4:15 PM EDT

    Looks like a lot of fun! I hope to take your class next year when you come to our guild. Those bed risers are great under my cutting tables...I have two six-foot tables set up next to each other for one huge surface. I am tall and it's the perfect height for me. And I have some of my bins of fabric under them!
    -Lori in Tennessee

    ReplyDelete
  10. You mean there were empty tables????? Unheard of in a Bonnie class :o)

    ReplyDelete
  11. Anonymous9:03 AM EDT

    For a cutting table I use an antique 6 legged table. To raise it 6" I had the lumberyard cut 6" lengths of 6x6 and painted them white to blend in with the carpet. Works well for me. Also makes for more space to store stuff under there also. MN Joyce aka joyus

    ReplyDelete

Did you know that ad space on this blog provides for all of the free patterns and free mysteries and challenges at no cost to you?

Thank you for understanding the many hours that go into this blog every day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year. :)

Each ad you click X to close is a thank you in return.