Originally Posted by yonnikka
The Twister can be made with another technique, for those who don't have the tool. Cut 4 Squares of different fabrics, say 6 inch x 6 inch. Stack them. Mark each side at 2 inch, and 4 inch (each side is marked into thirds) then use your plastic ruler and rotary cutter to cut your stack into 4 pieces. Cut across from the 2-inch mark to the 4-inch mark along the opposite side. Cut from the 4-inch mark to the 2-inch mark along top to bottom. You will end up with 16 identical pieces, which you then
A beautiful day in then neighborhood
Originally Posted by oldtnquiltinglady
This is a quilt that has taken me over a year to finish--a BOM from our favorite LQS--a Beautiful Day in the Neibhborhood, Cinco de Mayo, for my SIL. DD called me to tell me that this is totally appropriate for him, and they all love it.
Does anyone have the pattern spool flower by Amy Bradley. Would love to get it. Thanks.
From Bonnie Hunter's pattern--using 3.5" squares.
Quilter's cotton top and back/poly binding
75" X 95"
I am looking for a pattern for the bookshelf quilt. Does anyone know where I may find it.
Originally Posted by Emma S
Here's #10. I really enjoyed putting this one together. Each block was like putting a mini quilt together. I started out trying to use the monochromatic color scheme that Judy suggested but quickly found out that I have a tendency to pick out the same value in a given color. More often then not the blocks turned out to be tri-colored.
Originally Posted by jclinganrey
SCRAPPY SWOON QUILT ALONG STEP 4
6 4” Primary color for HST’s
6 4” Secondary color for HST’s
24 3 ½” squares Primary color
24 3 ½” squares Secondary color
Sew 8 split nine-patch blocks measuring 9 ½” unfinished.
Originally Posted by tesspug
This fabric line will be released in October. I can't wait. http://www.studioefabrics.com/shop/c...ah-frederking/
Originally Posted by soozieQ
Made this March 2014 from a lot of green batiks I had been collecting.The pattern is Winter in the Pines by Cindi McCracken Designs I machine quilted with my Janome.