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- "Homage To Kaffe" Challenge Germany 2013
- 2" LeMoyne Star
- 4" LeMoyne Star
- Alabama Beauty
- Angel Quilt
- Batik Hexagon Quilt
- Christening Gown
- Clamshell Pickle
- Disappearing 9 Patch Quilt
- Drunkard's Path
- Glue stick/freezer paper template appliqué tutorial
- Hearts and Flowers Appliqué
- Hexagon Star
- Japanese x and + quilt
- Mini Drunkard's Path
- My Studio
- New York Beauty
- Panama Canal Quilters
- Patchwork Of The Crosses
- Pie and Tarts
- Rainbow Flower
- Union Jack quilt
- Winding Ways
- Wonky Four Patch
New York Beauty
Patchwork Of The Crosses
Deluxe Orange Peel
Pies and Tarts
I have started joining the 400 3″ quarter Drunkard’s Path blocks into what will eventually be 100 six inch blocks – 10 blocks x 10 blocks – 60″x60″.
No border – which will be a first for me – but there is so much going on I think it will be able to stand alone.
100% hand pieced using the Inklingo 6″ Drunkard’s Path collection.
My ancient Mac computer (over 9 years old) is acting up and wordpress is barely working – so I am going to have to stick to a picture and a bit of text – no links or anything fancy. Sorry. Just wanted to let you know I am alive and well and still stitching.
I’ve never made a star quilt – but I’ve always liked them – I even have a “Star Quilts” board on Pinterest.
When Linda (of Inklingo fame) recently released a new collection of star points as an add-on to the hexagon collections I just had to try it.
It’s exactly like sewing a hexagon flower – and I LOVE hexagons! Adding the diamonds is a breeze – continuous stitching – I only used two threads.
I’d like to make 42 – six across and seven down. With a narrow inner border and a wider outer border it will be a nice medium size.
When am I going to do this – who knows? I have so many projects going at once. So into the sample block drawer it goes. Along with my Winding Ways and the Clamshell Pickle and the New York Beauty.
Five blocks done and each one of them is WRONG – the horizontal red stripe is too wide – a half an inch too wide! My original instructions said 7.5 cm and it should have been 6 – I have corrected the original post. How the heck that happened and how I didn’t catch is sooner is beyond me. Now where did I put the seam ripper?
Not crazy about this one – the prints are all a bit too busy. I would have preferred the white to be more white – less pattern. I have almost no white background fabric to choose from so I had to go with what is in my stash. Doesn’t matter – I am sure it will fit in with the rest.