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Tumbler quilt

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Casual
janegirl3 on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? quilting weight cotton. I started with a fat quarter pack. Most of the fabrics were from a line called Frolic by Sandy Gervais for Moda. The finished size is about 40" x 40"

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What are you most proud of? It's hard to see in the picture, but the pieces came together so well that the top is almost perfectly flat.

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Great mix of colors. Looks terrific. Nice job. Think I shall go drag out my tumbler piece and experiment. Thanks for the inspiration

03/03/2014 Flag

Nice job! Especially love the colours and borders. What size is it? Thanks for sharing!

03/07/2014 Flag

It's about 40" x 40"

05/16/2014 Flag

Love the colors. Did your fabrics all come from a particular line? If not, can you tell me who the maker is of the two border fabrics?

03/07/2014 Flag

Most of the fabrics came from a line called Frolic by Sandy Gervais for Moda. The two border fabrics are from that line. However, I made this a couple of years ago, so they may be hard to find now.

05/16/2014 Flag

what size are the tumbler template? How much yardage would it take to make a queen size? I luv yours but need a big one......Thank you so much!

06/08/2014 Flag

The Tumbler pieces were cut using the 6 1/2" AccuQuilt Tumbler die. I started with a fat quarter pack, but I can no longer remember what the total yardage was. The finished size of this one is about 40" by 40". So, I guess you could assume each piece is cut from a 7" square piece of fabric. If you had one yard of fabric, you'd get 5 strips of 7" times WOF. From each strip, you could cut 5 tumblers. So, that's 25 6 1/2" tumblers per yard. You'd need to do the match from there according to how many fabrics you want to use and the finished size you need. Hope that helps!

06/19/2014 Flag