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block 18

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Free Motion Quilting a Sampler taught by Leah Day

Your unfinished quilt tops are calling you. Become the confident quilter you long to be with Leah Day and Free Motion Quilting a Sampler!

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Casual
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I love what you did with the center, that is always the one thing I do not like about this block, is the center. But you did it. love it.

12/11/2012 Flag

Thanks. I was happy that the spiral came out so smooth and evenly. I did the same spiral in the center of the other dresden plate block and it is not nearly as pretty. Luckily the fabric on that one is so busy it camouflages the stitching. :-)

12/11/2012 Flag

I like this one especially! The rounded "petals" adds a nice touch. What kind of batting did you use in your quilt? It seems a bit loftier than cotton.

12/11/2012 Flag

Thanks. It's "Warm and Natural" brand batting which I think is 80% cotton/20% polyester. It's actually fairly thin. I think it looks puffy because of the way the sun was hitting it when I took the pictures. Created more depth and shadow than is really there.

12/11/2012 Flag

Oh thanks for the info. I use that warm and natural a lot myself. Looks like you quilted each block individually. My blocks are so different from each other. It will be hilarious when I try to put everything together. Some of them might get kicked off the team.

12/11/2012 Flag

Are you asking if I did the "quilt as you go" thing? If so, then no. I sewed the whole quilt top together and sandwiched it all before quilting, but then I did just concentrate on one block at a time. I didn't really think all my blocks would go together into one cohesive quilt until added the sashing. Somehow that really tied it all together.

12/20/2012 Flag

I always love this quilt block .and this FMQ pattern just sets it off

10/05/2013 Flag