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I am trying to download the topiary tiles pattern however it is asking for a password.
Where is the difference in the pattern?
Am having fun making this one. Real scrappy..and blocks working up really quick. Have about 7 blocs complete with one sitting at the sewing machine. Thanks for a great pattern.
This pattern is beautiful. I am beginner to the quilting craft, are these patterns proofed read before they are downloaded because I have been warned that sometimes you go through all the work and expense and the measurements are not correct. When there is an update to a pattern is it for this reason as I stated I am new to all of this. Thank you
This appears to be the SECOND(?) update of this pattern. I received notice of an update a week or so ago and now here it is again. As I commented on another designer's pattern when it was "updated"... it would be VERY helpful if the updates were noted or highlighted somehow so we know what we're looking for. Thanks
Thank you for the updated pattern! I may use this one with a 10 yr old who really wants to make a quilt. Very nice straight lines with which she can create big blocks quickly.
Fr das Baby meiner Nachbarin. Muss mich beeilen es fertig zu nhen..die Zeit drngt
Hi Amanda, Thank you very much for the free pattern of Topiary Tiles! I love it! Can you tell me what you mean by "1 Veranda 10"-square" and "1 Veranda Roll-Up"? Do you mean a pkg of Layer Cakes but how many come in a pkg and do you mean a jelly roll? but how many in the roll?Thanks so much!
usually a layer cake package has 40 10"x 10" squares and the roll ups (Robert Kaufman's version of a jelly roll) are 40 2.5" strips. "Jelly Roll" is a brand name but it has come to be considered the name for all collections of 2.5" X WOF (usually 44") strips. (like Jello is a brand name but most people refer to all gelatin desserts as jello.)
Is it possible to redesign this to use 2.5 in x 44 in strips of Civil War print fabrics? I can cut the squares to what ever size is needed to make this pattern work, but my math and algebra sucks big time.
You would still need 10'' squares of fabric as well...
I am not able to download
I'm not sure what the problem is but it is also available halfway down the right sidebar of my blog at http://http://amandamurphydesign.blogspot.com
Hi Amanda I fimd I am having problems cannot download the pattern
I'm not sure what the problem is but it is also available halfway down the right sidebar of my blog at http://amandamurphydesign.blogspot.com
Cannot download. Love the pattern and can't wait to start, but can't get the pattern.
Will not download
Would like to have this pattern but will not down loadAny advice
thanks amanda murphy!
Am having trouble viewing this pattern on my android tablet.
I have 2 fat quarter bundles of kid fabrics that I can use to make these. Thanks so much for the great pattern. It should be lots of fun.
Hi,Where can I buy the fabric?
Susan, this would be a great scrap project if you don't have precuts. If there is a quilt store in your town, check with them. Copy the pattern and take it with you. If you're like me, you probably don't need to buy more fabric. But, hey. Who buys fabric just because you "need" it? LOL!
The fabric for this is no longer available since it has been 4 or 5 years since it came out, but you can use any set of 2-1/2'' strips and 10'' squares.
I posted a pic under Finished projects.
Thanks so much, Ginny! I love your version!Amanda
Ginny it is beautiful!
I made this using Civil War print fabrics. It is one of my favorites.
I'd love to see it! I bet it is beautiful!
This is a great idea. I have a huge collection (a whole tote full) of Civil War repros that I have been collecting for a while. This would be fast and easy.
I'd recommend some of the beginning classes on Craftsy. Camille Roskelley's Pre-Cut Piecing made Simple has some great tips!
Very Pretty! Great for Grandaughters!
Thie will a good way to use scraps. Thanks for sharing this pattern.
I have never made a quilt and want to do it but don't know the first thing about where to buy this stuff or how any of it gets put together
Then this would be a good place to start as making a baby quilt is easier than a queen size. You will find all kinds of free info online but basically you are talking about cutting fabric apart and joining it back together and you make the decision on how to do this. You have a back a front and batting in the middle that has to be stitched every few inches or it will bunch up in the wash. I read once in a quilting book that there is no special place in heaven for people who do things the hard way so get started and do one by machine. If you get addicted you can do one by hand after you know what you are doing. Have fun.
Thank you fo the pattern, it is stunning!
Where can I get the Veranda Roll-Up?/
I can't wait to get started on this one.
THANK YOU for such a fun quilt pattern. Look out stash...here I come!
Very pretty! I've downloaded it and can't wait to try it!
this is a great pattern because it can be made into several different sizes. right now I am doing baby quilts for the church charity and this will be perfect.
Very modern and a great way to use scraps. Can't wait to make it
I just finished making a smaller version of this as a baby quilt. It turned out great, and the large square in the block is great for showcasing a quilted design (flowers, birds, butterflies, etc).
I'm making one right now; sewing the blocks together. It is very colorful!
Did you ladies piece your long sashing strips and borders or use one long piece for each of them?
I am unable to download, keep getting error messages. Email Cathyweber60@yahoo.com
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