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My Blocks to date

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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, Traditional
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What materials did you use? Fat quarters and pieces of material

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Your color combinations are great. They all go so good together. Nice quilt!!!

09/04/2012 Flag

Thank you very much, I bought the fabric in bundles at the fabric shop, they did the hard work of picking them out

09/05/2012 Flag

This is the best combination of the blocks of the month put together in a quilt. Nice job! Very pretty.

09/08/2012 Flag

Thank you very much

10/08/2012 Flag

Love this! I think we may have similar taste in fabrics. I got a late start on this quilt but I am trying to catch up. I am currently working on the paper pieced blocks. They certainly take more time but I am enjoying the hand work.

09/26/2012 Flag

Hi, thank you, yes, I have to say I just admired your work, the colours are fabulous. I have learnt so much on this course, I am struggling with the September blocks, it takes a long time pinning the curve to the other curve, but slow and steady...

09/27/2012 Flag

your blocks are looking great, it really is fun, isn't it?

10/06/2012 Flag

What a lovely colour combination! Are the fabrics all from the same range? You said you bought a bundle from your quilt shop - did it have a label saying what they were? Red is my favourite colour and this is so nice!

10/26/2012 Flag

It was just bundled up on the counter, I think I bought two or three. The colours are really nice but struggling to know what backing fabric to buy - ideally I would like black with red flowers I think or something like it but it's not that easy to find HA

10/26/2012 Flag

Have you looked on line? There are loads and loads of online fabric suppliers and browsing their shops is a wonderful time-waster! I normally only use the ones that offer either free or very low postage rates, so it's more or less the same as visiting a shop.

10/26/2012 Flag