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Thread: Spider Web Quilt - tute

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    Another post talked about a spider web quilt and I had to see if I could find a pattern. OMG this is gorgeous. And here is a cool tutorial. This one is 3rd in my queue:

    http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2010/04/...ock-sew-along/

    I LOVE this quilt. It could be made from a collection or from scraps. I do like the white but orange is a cool background too. This doesn't look all that easy - but fun and gorgeous.

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    thanks so much - I'm wanting to make one of these so badly..

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    Thanks for this link. What fun this one is going to be!

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    Had to bookmark this one...looks like fun.

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    Thanks for the link book marked this one

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    Beautiful. I have added to my tutorials list.

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    Thanks.

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    Thanks! This was one I was going to check out.

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    Thanks..I love it.

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    Thank you, thank you.

    I was the one looking for the Spider Web Quilt. This is the original one that I saw, but I love it better. Thank you for sharing it and this website.
    Joanne

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    Looks like a fun scrap quilt and doesn't look that difficult after viewing the tute! Thanks!!

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    love this. Thanks for the great and easy to understand tute

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    What a neat way to make the spider web---no setting in of the filler blocks! Thank you.

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    This looks really cool, thanks, I've bookmarked the tute.

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    Thank you for sharing! It's a great tutorial and I've saved it. I love scrap quilts and would do this scrappy.

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    Thanks a bunch, I love spider web quilts, if I really kick it I could make one from halloween fabrics!!

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    My ongoing scrap quilt is a Spiderweb pattern that I found the great picture instructions for on www.quiltville. It is done with foundation paper (I use old phonebook pages)and it is looking great. I only have about 200 more blocks to go to make it queensize.

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    thanks

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    This one is not my idea of quilting fun - but it is beautiful but ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh so much work. Thanks for sharing it.
    Snickers

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    I cut the paper squares a while back to try this out - didn't get far yet, but it's a start! :oops:

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    beautiful. thanx

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    One of my close friends made a Spider Web so it's been added to my long,long list of quilts to make next. :roll:

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    Looks like great fun...thanks for the link!

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    Needed something with a couple of jelly rolls. Think this may foot the bill.

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    Have you heard about the 1600 quilt? It is made from jelly rolls.
    If you put this title into the line that you ask for it to search. They will forward a video or picture. It is fun and works up fast. You separate the jelly roll pieces into light and darks. Cut off 15 inches from the first piece only! Miter both ends of each piece one to another.Sew all pieces together alternating colors as much as you can. I made 2 piles and just took 1 from each until I had one very long straight piece of jello roll pieces sewed together.

    Then I take the beginning piece and place the very end of the piece side by side and sew them together.When you get to the very end, cut it and sew to the end. Then take the end and bring it up to the top piece and sew the seams together again. You do this about 5 times until you have sewn all strips together. You finish with a neat quilt of strips and by mitering the pieces where you join it, it makes a neat design.

    One web site is blog.heirloomcreations.net?p=1897

    Enjoy
    Snickers

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