Originally Posted by candi
Sadie, you are right of course, I haven't been good with triangles and points, but practice makes perfect, right? Actually, I could get many points to match nicely, but some just won't, so to them I said 'oh well". I actually made some progress today and have a few blocks started. I changed the center square in my light Ohio Stars because I wanted more red in my quilt, I think it gives it a nice pop, and boy are there many seams in this quilt! Pressing takes time to get every seam to
Originally Posted by solstice3
This was very simple to make but a great pattern for a quick quilt.
Originally Posted by tesspug
Looks easy enough. http://quilting.about.com/od/blockof...ning_star.htm#
Originally Posted by ZugZug
I found this quilt at a local quilt shop. I love the sashing that was used, however the shop said that they have no clue who made it or what it is called since the quilt was a donation. They were very kind about allowing me to take a picture so I was wondering if you lovely people could help me out. I can always pull out the graph paper and do the lay out myself, but I figure if someone happens to know the name or a source for it already in pattern form, that would save me some frustrations And
Originally Posted by Kitsie
Here are C5 (mine turns backwards!), C6 (I love this one!) and Triangle LS 4. So what one for today? Maybe another triangle?
I've finally started work on my cookbook for my fundraising. I hope to have it done in the next week or so. I hope to have them available for order soon.
Other than that, I managed all C's this semester. It was a hard semester, so I hope that next year I do much better.
I'm working on a quilt for Matthew, the little boy that I had mention who has cancer. I'll post photos of it when I'm done. I hope that he'll love it, even if he is only eleven months old, I'm sure he
Originally Posted by bossross
I made this quilt for my husband a couple of years ago, and he loves it. I get compliments on it all of the time and now I'd like to make another one in a different color. I have torn my quilt room apart and can't find the pattern. It's one very simple block that uses up a lot of scraps and fat quarters. I think I might have gotten it from a quilting magazine. Does anybody recognize it? THANKS!
Originally Posted by QuiltnLady1
I saw this set of templates on Nancy's notions and was wondering if anyone has and tried them.
Originally Posted by JanTx
Fabrics - started with a Missouri Quilt Co Deal of the Day - a 30-piece layer cake of Vivaldi. Added the jelly roll of the same line and the backing fabric of one of them.
Pattern - searched for "layer cake and jelly roll" and found it. Basically you cut the layer cake in half and put strips on each side. You did trim it down - maybe 8.5"? - to make it square. Alternate block directions and you've got it.
Borders - none. This may be my first borderless