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Autumn Path with Aspen Trees

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Autumn Path with Aspen Trees

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Romantic, Traditional, Eco-Friendly, Classic, Casual
Cathy Geier on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cotton fabrics

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What are you most proud of? I made this little quilt out of 3/4 inch finished squares!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Start simple and learn the fold and sew technique. You don't have to sew one square to another, you can use a tear-away foundation to piece and that makes it easier to piece tiny squares. :)

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Really beautifull

10/30/2012 Flag

This is Just What I'm Looking For! I don't buy yards of fabric, but I'm sure I could come up with enough scraps to make this happen. This Quilt Is Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

02/24/2014 Flag

If I remember correctly, most of the forest was a Michael Miller fabric that I chopped up. Then I think the path was another fabric and the foreground another still. So if you can find the right fabrics, you don't need to buy scads. :)

02/28/2014 Flag

Thank you everyone!

02/28/2014 Flag

This looks like your work is inspire by quilt artist Noriko Endo's work. Lovely. What class did you do these for? I want to learn Noriko's confetti technique.

03/14/2014 Flag

I see you do a fold sew method. I think that would be easier to manage than the confetti version... very similar overall look although I have never seen Noriko's stuff up close. Anyway I still say "Lovely!"

03/14/2014 Flag

Thank you. I like Noriko's work a lot. She has a book out I believe, perhaps you could find it at amazon? I've used tulle and covered up bits of fabric before, but when I've done it, I feel like the tulle muffled the colors underneath. I probably just need to experiment with different colors of tulle or plan to use tiny bits of bolder fabrics underneath. :)

03/21/2014 Flag