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Asian Scrappy Road Quilt

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Classic
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What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Asian Scrappy Road

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What materials did you use? 100% cotton fabric batting and backing

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What are you most proud of? When the quilt was given to the lady she cried, she was so touched, being a quilter herself she could see the work that went into it, she absolutely loved it. It made me feel proud that someone else admired my work.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? if I had my time over I would have chosen fabrics that were totally different on opposite sides, I feel that this one is too similar on both sides.

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How did you quilt this?

07/23/2014 Flag

What is the name of the pattern of the quilt u have pictured that looks kindof like windows outlined in Black? I LOVE IT?!

08/04/2014 Flag

Yes and how did u quilt it?

08/04/2014 Flag

I made the quilt using quilt as you go method and free motion random wiggly lines on the blocks before I joined them together

08/08/2014 Flag

I love this quilt!!!!!!!! Where can I get the pattern?

08/13/2014 Flag

Hi, the name of the pattern is Asian Scrappy road, I live in Australia and was given it by a friend, I suggest web search

08/15/2014 Flag

Pretty. This quilt was featured in Quilter's World magazine in October,2011. I have made several versions. One in pink with a floral square reverse. One in a stained glass effect and several totally scrappy. Once you get the first block done it is a breeze. Wish I had thought of the quilt as you go. Well done.

12/30/2014 Flag

Thank you Kathleen, it was a very large quilt and I only have a domestic machine which would have made it very difficult. There were many miles of hand sewing which kept me very busy for quite a while, the end result was very worth the effort

01/02/2015 Flag