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Is this the same pattern as the one on the cover of a magazine at a local quilt shop? If so, I thought it was a twin size.
If it is on the cover of a magazine then it is either there without my permission or it is a different quilt. The pattern I created is a lap size.
that is a pretty quilt, I might try making it.
I just bought this pattern.... Im so excited to make this, hopefully for a christmas present! I will post pictures soon...Thank you for such a cute design.
This is s cute I put it on my wish list. My 23 year old daughter would love a bigger version of this one! Thanks!
I do custom work. In fact I am doing a lap-sized version of this quilt right now.
How much fabric would you need for the lap size quilt?
wow, I love this quilt!!! I would love a version of this for a twin bed!!!
I want to make this quilt for my daughter. It will be my first quilt and I'm not sure how to modify it to a twin size. Doees your pattern explain how to do this?
It doesn't. But it is simple to enlarge. The pattern calls for fat quarters. Each fat quarter gives you 12 blocks. You can then determine how many fat quarters you need by deciding how wide and how long you want the quilt. For instance, if you want the quilt to be 10 blocks across by 12 blocks down, you would need 12 blocks or 10 fat quarters. I haven't ever made it that big (I usually make it as a baby quilt) so I would have to tell you to just measure the quilt top to determine how much you need for the border, backing and batting.
This quilt is beautiful. Is the fabric from the toxedo collection by Riley Blake?
No. I love black and white and had just been collecting black and white fabric from my local Joann's.
Great taste. Congratulations. I also love black and white and I think I'll try to use the tuxedo col. to make my quilt. I hope it will come out to be as beautiful as yours.
I love this, I'm new to quilting. Are the flowers appliqued and would this be to difficult for a new sewer?
The flowers are appliqus. With heat-n-bond they iron on and then I used a raw edged appliqu. That way the edges fray as it gets washed. It is super easy.
.Hi I have just completed this quilt. I also did it in Black & White that I had been collecting from my favourite shop here in Kent, England. I enlarged the squares and did a total of 90 squares, so it has turned out as a large lap quilt. I used the brightest pink I could find for the flowers and then used very tiny black and white buttons to fix it to a black and white fleece backing. I am so happy with it, and thoroughly enjoyed making it. I just want to thank you for the great idea. I LOVE IT !!!
I would love to see it! I have a Flickr site http://www.flickr.com/groups/1945081@N21/ just for this pattern.
HiI am not a member of flickr. and not sure how to load pictures onto it.I have put a picture of it onto my blog site which is email@example.comIf you'd like to pop in and have a look. I am really delighted with the design, so thanks again for the idea.
Love the black and white with the pink flowers. Great job.
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