Adventures in a Quilt Square (The Twoon Chronicles Book 2)
Non-template blocks are constructed with precision machine piecing techniques. The detailed directions include step by step colored illustrations, making it good for all levels of quiltmaking experience, from the beginner to the advanced stitcher. If you too would like to design your own Laura quilt, please visit my website to check out and order my book Quilting with Laura or my new pattern.
Pick and choose which blocks will tell your story! Do you have a favorite quilt memory? Be sure to share your stories in the comment section below and subscribe to the free newsletter for fabric and craft updates. I too would like to learn how to quilt. How can I get started? You can look into a local quilt shop or group. I knew basic sewing when I got started. I started watching at You Tube videos on quilting and went from there. I actually taught my 1st class in June.
Good luck and enjoy. One of the best resources is free…Youtube! I have learned so much form Jenny Doan as well. Try to start small with quilted placemats or a baby size quilt. Good project. I am teaching sewing to a 6th grade class and we will make a simple quilt.http://resaedu.com/includes/manuqosu/4434.php
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Which of the books should I have on hand to read a bit from during each class? Thanks for your suggestion, Lyn. My favorite quilt pattern is a Frienspdship quilt square.
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I inherited four that my great great grandmother made for my grandmother when she turned a year old. These were made in Three are dark blue and muslin and one is pink, Bubble Gum Pink, and muslin. Babies wore only white back then but when they turned a year old, they got their first colored clothing.
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The other favorite square block is one I created be accident. I had five inch squares, four light, four dark. Then I thought of cutting those diagonally in the opposite direction.
I wound up with two diamond shapes, diagonal corners and light stops to set the diamonds within. I call that block, Diamonds in the Rough, aka, Blue diamonds and White diamonds. I got a quilt pattern there of ladies in hats. By the drawings of the ladies, would be about c. I think Laura made it for Rose, not sure on that. We just returned from Walnut Grove and De Smet, but neither place had this particular quilt pattern.
I still have mine but have yet to complete it. I need to edit the above, but meant to say: in , we took our daughters to Mansfield, MO. Above, I wrote about the Friendship quilt square. It is a variation of The Chimney Sweep in the first picture. The difference is the center is one strip of white or muslin. These were originally designed in Towns ladies would each make a square and sign that center muslin. Am looking to make the Chimney Sweep quilt but unable to find that pattern for the quilt pictured.
Any help would be appreciated. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. A nine patch quilt from Linda Halpin. The following two tabs change content below. Bio Latest Posts.
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Linda Halpin. Buy the kit HERE if you would like to make a quilt just like mine! The fabric is a beautiful line called Wonderland by Emily Isabella. Have you done a search for Alice in Wonderland books? I will probably have to treat myself to another copy Made me get out my old, dusty copy and stroll though a few pages myself.
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Your quilt is lovely and bright! Thanks for sharing. Loved your memory walk! I also love books that are ish mote or less old. I particularly like this quilt pattern, AND that you gave glimpses of what looks like some rather intricate quilting!
Thank you for all three of these things. Your email address will not be published. Trending patterns! Add to Wishlist. Product added! Browse Wishlist. The product is already in the wishlist! Quick View. Rated 5. Rated 4. In a Wonderland they lie, Dreaming as the days go by, Dreaming as the summers die: Ever drifting down the stream — Lingering in the golden gleam — Life, what is it but a dream?
Stars Hollow Quilt. November 28, at am Reply. Claudia says: Thanks a million for this marvelous pattern. Love it! Best wishes from Germany! November 30, at am Reply. Diane McCoy says: Love your blog and the colors used in the quilt.