Originally Posted by suebee
This is the tree skirt I just finished today. I love the way it turned out and am looking forward to making more of these, in different color groups. I hope you like it. BTW...I quilted this on my shortarm w/ frame, using one layer of W&N batting. The pattern is called 'Skirting Christmas" by Far-Flung Quilts. Can be made as table topper as well, which if I had more time I would make a table topper to match. Maybe next year
Originally Posted by moreland
I took a couple of pictures that I think will help people understand what I mean by "Quarter Log Cabin Block". With this block and picture to follow, you can put together a quilt like this without a real pattern. However if you want a commercial pattern, it is available from:
www.ericas.com Pattern # 29420
Hope this helps everyone whose been asking for more information. Glad you all have enjoyed my quilt. I will attach a copy of it as well so
Originally Posted by AndiR
This is a quilt I recently finished. I really LOVE this fabric line - Little Gatherings from Moda. I wanted to keep a masculine feel to the quilt when I quilted it, so I took a pantograph pattern called Mahogany and modified it to make a block, then rotated each block so every other one was vertical/horizontal. It was a lot of fun to make and I'm happy with how it turned out. I liked the fabric so well that I'm now making another quilt from a Jelly Roll from this same line
Originally Posted by Shirls4sons
This quilt top is why I was asking questions about the $22.00 roll of back batting I bought.
This is my string quilt top I just finished sewing together. I am appliquing the flower etc.
I will put a 3" string border around the edge, then about a 5" black marble border around that.
Another question: should I bind all that in a color, picked out ofthe strings, like red, or green or yellow?
Or should I sew a lot of strings together end to end and use
Originally Posted by sewmuch2luv
Just finished this fun table topper today!
Originally Posted by ladyinred
A few month ago, someone here on the QB had posted a pict of a tree by using the twister tool. So I browsed the internet and tried to find a free pattern....didn't find one. Alright then....no pattern!
But I knew, how the twister tool works....so I took a very close look at the tree picts here on QB and started with my tree...and here is mine.
Originally Posted by Chay
I had a request for pictures of my avatar. I'm attaching them. I hope it works!
The link to a post that shows the pattern for the block is: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-133967-1.htm
Scroll down that thread for a picture of how I did the blocks.
Originally Posted by katyquilter
I too love scrappies, and if I wasn't sitting in the living room on my laptop, I'd load some of my photos. Maybe later.
Originally Posted by nanabirdmo
I found this pattern on the QUILTERS CACHE. One of the best places to browse free blocks. I am trying to make a dent in my scrap tub so will be posting a few of these scrappy projects.
I haven't posted in a while. Been out of the quilting zone. LOL. But I am back and with the advent of autumn I hope to be working on other projects.
Originally Posted by abdconsultant
This can be any size
sew circles right sides together
turn right sides out
then stitch together in a row
next sew the rows together
Fun and easy.
Batting is optional.