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Asterisk Jean Quilt

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Jean Quilt Top Asterisk Block

Created in this Craftsy class

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 Whimsical
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What materials did you use? Old Jeans repurposed for quilt top, Cotton Flannel for the bottom and quilt batting. Hand tied with yarn.

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What are you most proud of? I knew it was going to be really cute but it turned out to be more beautiful then what I had imagined.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't forget to cut the block the right way, I made a mistake while cutting this out and my lines are not matching up the way the should... oops Cut in half _ then the other half_ last cut X

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Hahaha! This is fantastic. Way to take and idea and run with it!

02/23/2012 Flag

Thanks Gehn

02/23/2012 Flag

Wahoooooo! LOVE this!

08/29/2012 Flag

I really love this quilt. great job.

06/11/2013 Flag

Hi, I need to make this! So it works better to in half and in half than do the diagonal cuts like the instructions say for the block on craftsy? What size is the quilt? What did you do for the boarder? Great job, thanks so much, Linda

07/24/2013 Flag

Hi Linda, I made the cuts in half first because the leg of the jeans were not wide enoufgh to make a full block. I used two halves and sewed them togehter with the strip to start my block. I think I did a 12" block or two 6" strips x 12" long. The size of my finished quilt is around a full size. I never measure theses things for my kids I just keep adding boarders until I get the size I want. For the boarder I stripped together all my leftover peices horzantaly with frayed edges overlapping sewn with a zigzag stitch. I used fusable interfacing to stick all my strips together before I sewed them down, this helped keep things togehter and in the right place. Hope this helps, this was pretty easy project to put together. Have fun!

08/05/2013 Flag

I just saw this and wanted to let you know that I REALLY like the alternating darks and lights. As so many have said, "I NEED to make this!" Thank you for posting and thanks to CRAFTSY and Amy Gibson for the BOM series.

06/22/2015 Flag