This pattern is suitable for beginners and up. The pattern includes easy to follow step-by-step instructions for cutting and piecing. This is a good pattern to be able to create a quilt with a lot of movement.
Included in the pattern are cutting instructions for 4 different sizes.
This is a listing for a PDF Bilimbi Pattern. There are no shipping charges for this pdf pattern.
Abby lives in Queensland Australia with her supportive husband who turns a blind eye (rolls eyes) to her fabric hording problems and two wonderful boys 11 and 9. Who he bribes to sort her fabric ...
Abby lives in Queensland Australia with her supportive husband who turns a blind eye (rolls eyes) to her fabric hording problems and two wonderful boys 11 and 9. Who he bribes to sort her fabric scraps. She has two red headed companions during the day, a Wire-haired Vizsla named Fern and a Basset Fauve named Mister. She is convinced that Mister has Jedi powers or is a secret agent but this is confirmed as of yet.
Abby has been crafting in some form for as long as she can remember, including decorative painting, wool felting, needle punch, folk art, needlepoint, sewing and quilting. She has also been known to frequent the dog show circuit for a short period in her life but that was more to study the oddities of the whole dog show scene. How many times can you brush a dog before its hair completely falls out? One of those complex questions like How many licks to the center of a tootsie roll tootsie pop?
Her skills lately have been focusing her crafting skills of piecing and quilting. With much time spent improving Free Motion Quilting skills. She is now moving into the wonderful world of Long Arm Machine Quilting and hoping her love of all things crafty will be able to shine.
Abby has also lived in America and New Zealand over the years, which explains her love for hot chips . She has an unhealthy love for British TV and hopes to one day wake up and have a British accent. Instead of a Michigander accent that everyone mistakes for Canadian. Eh?
She blogs about her quilting adventures at www.colorbarquilts.com
So get a cuppa and visit a bit.