Originally Posted by GrammaNan
That is a wonderful quilt and I am sure she will tell you it was well worth the wait. I love the colors and the quilting.
Wow, you did a great job! How long did it take you? Your niece will LOVE it forever.
Originally Posted by kwilter11
Now for the folding.
Now fold from the top left to the bottom right to form a triangle.
The bottom ones are folded just the opposite: bottom right to top left.
Fold the top square from the top right to the bottom left just to the stitching line. I actually did these on the ironing board so I could press them as I folded each one.
After getting back from a great trip to Phoenix(loved the 35th Ave Sewing/Vacumn store--the one on 35th Av! Tons of fabrics and the folks at 3 Dudes were so nice and friendly) realized I have so much to get done before mid-May. So really hustled and had the customer graduation T-shirt quilt put together--just need to finish backing and put on the frame. I also got the 2 grandboys play mates quilted and now need to get the bias binding (they are circular) done for Easter. Have 29"corn heat/cold"packs
I need help with this pattern. The butterfly is made up of different blocks. I want to make all the blocks but I don't want to put them in the butterfly shape. Any suggestions?
Do anyone have a pattern for and 8 1/2 block of Ohio Star?
I have been looking for this fabric for a while now.
I thought it was called "Santa's Beard," but it is not that fabric.
It is called "YULETIDE" by Jinny Beyer.
I will buy whatever you have of this fabric if you have it.
Please see attachment of fabric needed.
Thank you so much!
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Originally Posted by Nursequilter
Thanks I love how you do your work. I'm working on a block of month that I ripped out a million times, you said ou could do this for any block size. Thats the hard part to figure out for me. My pattern says cut 1 5/8 squares. So I would cut stips at 1 5/8th or bigger? They have to measure 1 5/8 when done. Also you mean when u press the stirps the seams are open not together going one way? thanks for advice and tutorial!
Originally Posted by jerilee
Having a mental problem here. I haven't made an on point quilt for quite some time and I can't remember what the measurements are for figuring out the setting triangles. The unfinished size of my blocks are 5 inches. Can someone refresh my memory? Sure would appreciate it
Next time I must start with buying the key fabric. I started with buying what was on clearance and fit my concept and I realized that I still needed a specific leaf fabric, but now I needed it in a certain shade of green to make the color blend smoothly.
So after a frustrating trip two two fabric stores that claim to be the biggest in the nation I realized I was hunting for a fabric that didn't exist and bought 3 cuts that blended the colors and while neither was perfect all three together