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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 Casual
chrisiscrafty on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Mostly scraps

chrisiscrafty on craftsy.com

love it ,and i love working with scraps. I just joined so I have to get busy and catch up will post as I go

07/12/2012 Flag

Thanks for your comment vivintx. My main reason for taking part in this class is to learn new techniques and I'm certainly doing that. I seem to have a lot of scraps - do they multiply at night???!!! - so they are a good springboard. We are away now for a few weeks but I'm very keen to catch up where I left and particularly to try the Dresden plate - never done one of those before. Will look forward to seeing what you do.

07/13/2012 Flag

I love what you have done so far. I also love the board your blocks are on, how do you make one?

07/13/2012 Flag

Hi nmackay

07/16/2012 Flag

Hi nmackay - not sure what I did but here goes again. Thanks for your comments about the blocks. They are totally scraps. The board is a piece of caneite that we got from our local building supplier (not Bunnings - we are a bit far from the closest one!!) It covered it with an old cotton sheet that a very dear friend gave me out of her mother-in-laws linen cupboard. It is quality plus - the sheet that is! The board is perfect. I can just pin things on it and stand back - and often think Oh dear! But anyway - that's what it is. Had considered cork but couldn't find anything big enough and at the right price.

07/16/2012 Flag

Great colors. Your blocks really look good together.

07/15/2012 Flag