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Quilt as You Go Urban Lattice

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Whimsical, Funky
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What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Quilt as You Go Urban Lattice

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What materials did you use? 100% quilting cotton: Domestic Bliss by Liz Scott for Moda

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What are you most proud of? I wrote my very first tutorial! If you try it and find errors or mistakes, please let me know! I'm making mine into a pillow cover but you could make a full size quilt if you wanted.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? This is a super easy block to make, just make sure your batting is stiff enough and doesn't stretch.

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These are super colours. So bright and cheery. Look forward to seeing the entire quilt top completed. Just lovely.

01/23/2012 Flag

Thanks BJ! Sadly, I don't have enough of this fabric (currently) to complete a quilt top, this particular block will be a cushion cover. I can always get more fabric!

01/23/2012 Flag

Love the way that the blocks look and the colors are fabulous

01/25/2012 Flag

Congratulations on your very first tutorial! Beautiful fabrics, thanks for sharing.

03/28/2012 Flag

It's exquisite, really beautiful colours...

03/21/2014 Flag

When you see the pieces together did you find your seams bulky?

11/18/2014 Flag

Sew together I meant.

11/18/2014 Flag

Trimming the fabric to 1/4 beyond your batting allows you to create a seam between blocks without the bulk If you catch a little batting in your seam, which is likely to happen on the other side, you can trim it away.

11/21/2014 Flag