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Thread: Wedge quilts

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    Wedge quilts

    My new wedge ruler is still in the plastic. Any pictures of your wedge quilts would be appreciated !

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    I have a whole top cut out but only a few are sewn into rows. Life intervened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tranum View Post
    My new wedge ruler is still in the plastic. Any pictures of your wedge quilts would be appreciated !
    what does the ruler look like?
    When life gives you scraps, make a colorful happy quilt.

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    I can't remember if this is a nine degree or a ten degree. It was too long ago that I made it. But, here is a table runner I made with a wedge. It was really fun to do. Scroll down to the second picture.

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    You might want to check out the books "Quilting Beauties", by Karen Neary. Or, "Quilts Without Corners", by Cheryl Phillips.
    I have both of these and plan on using the wedge again with those books.
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    I made a couple skirts with my wedge rulers, but no quilts yet.
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    Here are two of mine made with. 9 degree wedge ruler.


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    Here's mine:

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    Mine is a "tummy time" quilt for baby. The center and silhouette appliques are made from fleece.
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