Hi, I'm desperately seeking help. I purchased fabric last year and just recently started to make a quilt for my daughter. Unfortunately I miscalculated one of the fabrics. I ordered it from Connecting Threads. It's called Weybridge Antique from the Canterbury by Country Essentials series that was featured in CT's Winter 2011 magazine. The catalogue # was 3128. CT no longer has it in stock and I'm short approx 1/2 yard. If anyone has some extra in their stash I would be forever grateful
After two takes of the video, I decided a written tutorial would be more easily understood. Now my goal is to try to figure out how and where I need to put it up so you can see it. Think I got it!
Originally Posted by GrannieAnnie
I think some here are over-thinking this project. String together a bunch of strips. Cut the first strip whatever length you want---------40" is what you want. Keep adding strips until you reach 36" wide.
If you are using from your stash-----------you can make individual strips from just a few inches to however long you want-----------cut only after you've sewn a few strips end to end. When complete, they'll be sort of willy-nilly when sewn together.
My partner has received it so I want to post it.
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Basting a Quilt with boards
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I have done very little quilts by tieing them, but a friend is just beginning to quilt and want to know how far a part the ties should be. I suggested every 4 inches, but I don't know for sure. Can any one give suggestions?
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