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Queen sized step down piecing

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Queen sized step down piecing

Created in this Craftsy Course

Big Techniques from Small Scraps taught by Sarah Fielke

Sarah Fielke makes six scrappy quilts that combine traditional techniques with fresh design and updated fabrics.

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Casual
Gwenneth on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Shaded Oak flannel one layer cake and a charm pack. Extra yardage for border, back and binding.

Gwenneth on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? It came together really well and my brother really liked it.

Gwenneth on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? I thought it would be too heavy to manage in queen size but it wasn't. Just trust in what Sarah says and it comes together.

Gwenneth on craftsy.com

Very nice! I like the color scheme. Glad to see this pattern in a larger scale, I was curious. Thanks for posting.

07/20/2013 Flag

Thanks

07/20/2013 Flag

This looks awesome, how did you make it bigger? I'm thinking of doing this but not sure how many of the squares etc to prepare.

07/20/2013 Flag

I should have added I still would like to use the smaller squares as used by Sarah in her lesson.

07/20/2013 Flag

Hi j, I should tell you that I'm new to quilting so am probably not the best person to ask re fabric amounts.

07/20/2013 Flag

Within the lesson Sarah mentions that the smaller square should be approximately half the large.

07/20/2013 Flag

Sorry, havent got the swing of this computer.....Ihave

07/20/2013 Flag

oh dear, I have 4 pieces of layer cake left over and 7 pieces of the charm pack. Some layer cake pieces were cut in half to fill the edges. Have fun.

07/20/2013 Flag

Are the Squares cut larger?

01/23/2014 Flag