Originally Posted by Prism99
If I am understanding you correctly, you do not have a problem. Just continue on.
Where you may run into a problem, though, is with lining up the blocks. To avoid wonkiness, this is what I do. After adding a long sashing strip to the bottom of the first row, I turn the piece over and use a ruler and pencil to mark the block seam lines through the sashing. This creates "virtual" seams in the sashing strip. When adding the next row of blocks, I pin the actual seams to the
Originally Posted by katier825
I've been working on this quick reference for D9P and thought I'd share. It should give you a good starting point for estimating what size quilts you can get from different size starting squares. Sizes do not include borders.
I have been co-managing the quilt museum (NEQM) store which has kept me very busy. We now have tons of consignment quilts for sale and I have sold ALL my appliqued quilts and even pieces mounted on canvas! Totally out. The applique goes first because everyone thinks it is so difficult. For me at least, the piecing is very difficult and frustrating so I tend to also procrastinate. Since my time is so very limited, I now do just the applique and have someone who is great at piecing doing the piecing
The challenge was to use purple fabric and a rail fence block.
Quilter's cotton top and back/poly batting. 52" x 66"
Originally Posted by jzaaboo
I initially was going to do this quilt with mini-charm packs, but that was really too expensive and too repetitive, so I started using up pieces in my scrap bag to make this. I think I may have only repeated 2 or 3 fabrics. You don't need a pattern, you just need a design wall. But those of you who like to use patterns can look up "Charming Addition" from BH&G Dec 2012, issue 119. Fons and Porter has a kit for a similar one, and Jenny Doan has a 5" charm pack one.
Originally Posted by Julienm1
Originally Posted by sewbizgirl
Jenny Doan is the queen of shortcuts! Her Missouri Star Quilting Company video tutorials show you the quickest ways to do most anything. She also puts our a magazine, called "Block", with NO advertising-- just all quilt technique. All shortcuts, all the time.
Bonnie Hunter's books are all patterns done the quickest and most efficient ways. Look for her many books on Quiltville.com.
I'm looking for some older Kansas Troubles fabric. Either Strawberry Jam or Scrapbook Garden. I need some for borders for my quilt. Thanks.
Originally Posted by Geri B
Reading the board on iPad.....going to suggested sites....suddenly safari tells me no internet connection and turn off airplane mode....so I go to settings and turn it off....I never turned it on! Then I see my internet connection name being set and I'm back on track.......what/why did it do this....has done this probably 3/4 times on last three yrs......anyone out here know answer,,,,curiouser and curiouser, as Alice would say.......
Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
Originally Posted by Barb in Louisiana
It is the Storm at Sea pattern, just with some color variations to get the heart outlines. If you go to Yahoo and put in this search Storm at Sea 2 hearts connected quilt You will get these search results https://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt...yfp-t-901&fp=1
This is a website with a free pattern for Storm at Sea http://www.generations-quilt-pattern...sea-quilt.html