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Memorial Baby Quilt

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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 Functional
Style Classic, Traditional
Annie Loo on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cotton patterned fabric

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What are you most proud of? The ironing involved in this project was complicated like a puzzle, but worth the trouble. Also, this is my very first quilt!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Purchase a cutting mat. I cut everything for this project on a kitchen cutting board with a rotary cutter, though that worked fine, it was stressful. UPDATE: I have since purchased a large cutting mat!

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Oh wow, a cutting board? I say invest whenever you can in the tools you need. The mats are awesome. I am inspired by your quilt. I was wanting to make a quilt for a neice and wanted just the right pattern, have been hesitating to make it. I think yours looks lovely and an easy pattern. Did you have any problems with this pattern?

06/11/2013 Flag

In the block of the month class where they describe how to cut half square triangles quickly I found that I should have used a 6 inch square instead of the recommended 5.5 inch square. I was supposed to be able to cut diagonally and get four 3.5 inch squares, but I found by the end that I had at least 40 of 168 total squares that were more than a quarter inch off. If I had just had bigger squares to start off with my cutting wouldn't have been so long and tedious. I made the doll quilt from the reject squares to teach myself how to do each step before committing to it in the bigger quilt.

06/11/2013 Flag

What a great job! The story behind the quilt is very moving.

06/11/2013 Flag

Lovely tribute and lovely quilt(s).

06/12/2013 Flag

Beautiful! And a lovely memorial for the lady. What a good idea to make a doll's quilt with the odd bits - well done! Yes - you really MUST get a proper cutting mat - it really will be a worthwhile investment and I'm sure you'll do lots more quilting now you've made such an excellent start.

06/14/2013 Flag