Monthly Archives: April 2014

April TQS 2014 BOM

“e” and “J” were the letters for this month. The first thing I did was to make the large flying geese units required by the “e” block with the fabrics reversed. The flying geese sure looked nice, but they just … Continue reading

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“Princess Vickie” has been sold….

I made “Princess Vickie” when I was first getting back into quilting a few years ago. She was pieced in 2007 and quilted in 2008. The quilt measures about 92″ x 92.” This was early in my long-arm quilting efforts. … Continue reading

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“Five Half-Square-Triangle Hills” Progress Report

I loaded this quilt top seen in my previous post here. I stitched in the ditch along all the chevron elements, that is the red, brown, white and HST chevrons. Then, with a water soluble pen, I marked the white … Continue reading

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Half Square Triangle – Fat Quarter Tutorial

In a previous post I promised a tutorial for making lots of half square triangles (HST’s) from fat quarters, so here goes. First, I would like to emphasize that accuracy is of the utmost importance, in marking, sewing and cutting. … Continue reading

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