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Broken Spider Web

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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 Traditional
BaysideQuilter on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Scraps of Cotton

BaysideQuilter on craftsy.com

Really scappy and very appealing.

03/04/2012 Flag

It looked like you bordered your block, I had to do that with mine. the block is awesome

03/08/2012 Flag

No it's not bordered, just had another fabric underneath it when took the picture...not sure if this one will go into my BOM quilt or if I'll make a Spiderweb quilt!

03/08/2012 Flag

that truly sounds like a plan, have fun

03/08/2012 Flag

I have decided to make a spiderweb quilt... will post again when I have enough blocks made to clearly see the web!

03/28/2012 Flag

I have decided to make the spiderweb quilt...will post again when I have enough blocks to clearly see the web!

03/28/2012 Flag

If you are going to make more, Heres an idea.....I saw someone make a circle one with the sewed pieces going just straight in one, and then she appliqued that onto another block. The other one was pieced in different ways, not just straight. then done the same way. they were both circles. It looked rather easy. Good luck with you quilt.

03/28/2012 Flag

I'd like to see that!

03/28/2012 Flag

It was on a post on craftsy comments for the bom.

03/28/2012 Flag

I decided to make the string quilt first...I cut 168 foundation pieces...have pieced 129 ...can see the light at the end of the tunnel! I'll have to save more scraps before making the Spiderweb!

04/29/2012 Flag