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Craftsy Block of the Month 2012 taught by Amy Gibson

In Craftsy's first-ever Block of the Month, Amy Gibson brings you 10 specific quilting techniques - appliqué, string quilting, paper piecing and more.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? Scraps

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Very cute. I love paper piecing....

09/15/2012 Flag

I like how you divided the background in half with the orange and white. Love the tangerine orange you used in a lot of your blocks. Do you care to reveal your source? Or would you like to swap some with some lime green coin dot?

10/23/2012 Flag

Hi Cat! I'd be happy to swap. Which Tangerine orange are you interested in? The one that is half the background on this block? Or, a different one? And, how much would you like?

10/23/2012 Flag

I'd be totally open to revealing my source if I knew what it was. I buy stuff somewhat randomly and don't keep good track of what is what...

10/23/2012 Flag

Oh boy oh boy oh exciting! I couldn't tell them apart but the orange that first caught my eye was the one you used in the October Circle of Geese block (the background). I don't have an exact amount in mind but maybe a yard for a yard...something like that? You can see my lime green coin dot in my spider web blocks. I have quite a bit of it. The dots are 3/4" diameter and scattered randomly. Cotton of course.

10/23/2012 Flag

That green coin dot is 58" wide btw. I just measured it.

10/23/2012 Flag

I'm not sure I have a yard, but let me measure when I get home and I'll propose some options... Thanks!! Orange and green are my favorite colors, by the way.

10/23/2012 Flag

Less is fine; whatever you are comfortable with. I had no plan in mind, just liked your orange!

10/23/2012 Flag

What about 26 inches by 26 inches or so? You can email me at

10/24/2012 Flag