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Greek Cross - June

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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 Whimsical, Traditional
ChristmasEv on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Fabrics from FreeSpirit and my stash

ChristmasEv on craftsy.com

Your project is beautiful. Did you just come up with a picture of how you wanted the block in it's finished state to be or do you design as you go? Maybe both. I am inspired by all the desingers in this group. I can put blocks or quilts together when I follow someone else's dream but it is really hard to come up with a picture in my mind. Do far I have not started from scratch. I have done a few so maybe it will come eventually. I don't think of myself as an artist but I am happy to follow, at least partially, the eye for the quilt as portrayed in magazines, etc.

12/08/2012 Flag

Hi! Sorry to taken so long to reply. I have tried to figure out how it is done, and have finally done s o. Thank you for your kind words. This is the first time I am trying to put together a quilt using my own fabric choices. I don't even know if these fabrics were meant to go together, as they were not purchased in a fabric store! I know some are from the same line, and I do think that it will work! This is a new venture for me, but I am having fun with it. I'll keep posting the blocks as they are made (hope to get back to them soon! Happy new year to you!

12/25/2012 Flag

Hi! Sorry to taken so long to reply. I have tried to figure out how it is done, and have finally done s o. Thank you for your kind words. This is the first time I am trying to put together a quilt using my own fabric choices. I don't even know if these fabrics were meant to go together, as they were not purchased in a fabric store! I know some are from the same line, and I do think that it will work! This is a new venture for me, but I am having fun with it. I'll keep posting the blocks as they are made (hope to get back to them soon! Happy new year to you!

12/25/2012 Flag

Hi! Sorry to taken so long to reply. I have tried to figure out how it is done, and have finally done s o. Thank you for your kind words. This is the first time I am trying to put together a quilt using my own fabric choices. I don't even know if these fabrics were meant to go together, as they were not purchased in a fabric store! I know some are from the same line, and I do think that it will work! This is a new venture for me, but I am having fun with it. I'll keep posting the blocks as they are made (hope to get back to them soon! Happy new year to you!

12/25/2012 Flag

I love this block and the materials used. How clever of you. ? Have you fussy cut a border print to get that pattern with the daisies

12/08/2012 Flag

No, the fabric was printed with one flower close to the square with the yellow flower. I cut that section out and flipped it to create the box of flowers surrounding the center block. It is the same fabric I used for the pink and blue block (looks like a ring and I cannot remember the name!). But it is the first block I made and it is here in my first post! Thank you for your kind words.

12/25/2012 Flag

Hi it was the hexagon block!

12/25/2012 Flag

Love love love this block. The colors are awesome!

12/19/2012 Flag

Your work is put together so well with the colors working great together. If you aren't an artist I don't know who is. Merry Christmas

12/25/2012 Flag

Love the colors in this.

01/03/2013 Flag