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 banwell
How do I find the name of the person with whom I am exchanging cards for September? You sent it, but I lost it. Thanks
Originally Posted by ckcowl
I managed to get a couple people at work to help hold up this quilt for pictures and used my regular camera instead of the tablet- pictures are much clearer- so, see if I can share better picture without having to start a whole new topic.
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.
I am finally making myself a quilt after making quilt for all and sundry, however I have almost run out of one of the fabrics I am using and can not find it at any of the stores in Adelaide (South Australia). Does anyone know the makers name or even better the name of the fabric or even better still have any they would like to sell to me!!
Cotton top and back/fleece batting
60" x 70"
I have finally finished my sister's angel heart quilt. I have
tried a couple of new techniques and put my first label
ever on this quilt.
These are just some close ups of some of the details on the blocks.
This one shows one of the new details that I tried on this quilt.You can find a tutorial here at Podunk Pretties for this scalloped border.
And here is a tutorial for this piped binding at Aunt Marti's 52 Quilts. I really like how it
Updated 09-05-2015 at 02:28 AM by lyllye
(my pictures were too large but i can't figure out how to edit them)
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