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Look at this website. http://www.creations-online.com/pattkits/quilts.htm Scroll down to the bottom of the page. You will see a picture of a one block wonder plus the instruction book. Amazing!
I bought this when it was 50% off at Hancock Fabrics. Now I'm not sure how to use it and can't find a tutorial for it. Does anybody know where the tutorial is located? Am really anxious to try it out.
Here it is--
I was just watching Eleanor Burns Quilt in a Day program. She was putting together her American Barns quilt with a checkerboard border. She was using a wonderful strip quilting tool that I love. I've spent a lot
There is a free pattern called "Wickedly Easy" that I have made several times, mostly the crib size for charity quilts. This is a free pattern. Just google "Wickedly Easy".
Do use Heirloom seeds-and not hybrids. You can then save the seeds for the next year. Share with friends too. Google heirloom seeds or heirloom tomatoes-fun finds! Seedsavers.org is good too.
i have 2 raised beds and love them. make sure you rotate where you plant things, especially plants prone to virus diseases like tomatoes.
i used tomato cages as a support for sugar snap peas. just planted peas in a circle around the cages.
herbs, peppers, cauliflower
link show 23 easy quilt free patterns with photos of the quilt and to get to the free pattern just click and go to the free pattern
just click on the photo of the block you would like to learn to make, and then scroll down to the bottom to get to the free pattern, Enjoy!
I was amazed at how "simple" they were. Time consuming - yes, difficult - no. I owe some pics to some people who provided instructions both on this board - just completed the quilt this week. The main things I learned: get a scalloped tool (Quilt in a Day or Terry Clothier (I used Terry Clothier); watch a video you can find on YouTube about scalloped edges (Quilt in a Day tool); stitch the scalloped edges down at the very edge before cutting; use the exact same color thread as the binding
I have seen some quilters add the batting as the progress in the quilting. This is different than a quilt as you go , inthat the top is completed in the traditional manner. So if you are working from left to right on the quilt , the rolled up part under "the arm" is thinner becauase the batting has not been added to the backing and top. I Have tried this on smaller projects just to see if I could mange the technique , and I have to say they are on to something. I found adding a few feet
I just found this last night and WOW!!! She also has her Florabund BOM there that was in the McCall's Quilt Designer contest.
I think I will scrap my ideas about a floral applique design I've been thinking of and do this one.