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 Snooze2978
Hello! Awhile back someone showed up their DP9 on point and I fell in love with it. I was at the point of putting my blocks together too but decided to change to "on point". So this quilt came together thanks to you all showing us new ways of arranging simple blocks. This was my 1st DP9 too. Hopefully the colors will come over true. Its a beige background, blues and browns blocks with solid black as the coins. I also found a backing with a black background and lots of bicycles.
Originally Posted by ManiacQuilter2
If you are overwhelm with too many tops, this charity does finish quilts and donate them to areas where the quilts would be appreciated after a disaster.
Quilts of Compassion
PO Box 350296
Toledo OH 43635
PM me if you want her email. I am not comfortable in posting it online.
Originally Posted by Jeanne S
Originally Posted by FabStripper
I have to keep studying this so I can figure out how to put my strips together. This is a great quilt and will be great for bustin' the scraps. I love love love the controlled scrappy look you acheved.
fabstripper, you are making it too hard! This quilt has only two size pieces----one is a 6 1/2" x 3 1/2" rectangle and the other is 3 1/2" squares. all fabrics are first cut into 3 1/2" WOF strips. The solid white and bLack/white print strips are subcut into 6
Originally Posted by Jeanne S
I am on a roll using my collection of black and white prints! Just finished this one. It uses solid black and white as well as prints, and solid color scraps too. I think this would be a great overall scrappy as well. It would also make a great baby quilt pattern in pinks or blues, I may have to try it for that. I added a row of the pieced blocks to the back for a little added interest. Just quilted SITD myself. Another Christmas gift done!!
Originally Posted by Becky's Crafts
My friend & I went to school together one year in the 6th grade & have been friends ever since. She's never had a quilt before & asked if I'd make her one. I was thrilled to make her a quilt & I chose the Hoot's Hollow pattern from the Ribbon Candy Quilt Company. Her bed is an XL Twin, so I had to add 26" to the overall pattern, just to get it the size of her mattress. When I asked about how much she wanted hanging down the sides and end, she didn't want any, but I added
Originally Posted by KSue
I know it is early, but I wanted to try and make this. Don't know why I chose Christmas but anyway here it is. It is called Classic Diamond Table Runner. I found the pattern at www.sewbittersweetdesigns.com
I changed mine up a little and instead of 4 different Christmas fabrics I used 2. I like the way it turned out. The white part I quilted using my walking foot.
Originally Posted by works4me
One of the local quilt stores participates in a car and quilt show every August. Almost all of the stores in the village have quilts in their windows. And there is an amazing car show at the same time.
Each year the quilt store sells a fat eighth of challenge fabric to those who are interested in making a block. All the money goes to a local charity and the quilt made from the finished blocks gets raffled off the next year with those proceeds going to the same charity. All of the 12
Originally Posted by Florence2015
Every year my former boss (I am now retired) rents a house at SunRiver and
we stay the weekend and visit the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show. 9 of us this year but
only about 3 of us are quilters. Here are some of my favorites quilts (out of
1,000). P.S. No "Men in Quilts" calendar this year (boo hoo).
Originally Posted by paintmejudy
The first one is from a Quiltville's blog pattern, someone posted one earlier and I found the pattern. Thanks for the link, but forgot who posted it. Made a small charity to see how it went, and when I got the hang of it, it went quickly, and am sure anothr one of these quilts will find its way out of the scrap box.
Abouth the second one: Last week recycler posted a quilt that I copied ("copied" is such a nasty word!), but I guess that is what I did, but used larger squares,