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Angles & Feathers

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Quick-Strip Paper Piecing taught by Peggy Martin

Achieve perfect points every time! Peggy Martin shows you easy and fast techniques to create paper-pieced blocks and then combine them in new ways.

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? Batik fabrics, cotton & polyester threads

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What are you most proud of? This is my first real scrap quilt. I used up some leftover batiks that had been in a box for a couple of years. (And, of course, had to buy a couple of fat quarters)

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be aware of the edge of the quilt when quilting the borders! I lost part of a few of my feathers in the binding.

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NICE! OK, I got to finish a quilt! :D

06/18/2012 Flag

I've started telling myself that I can't buy any fabrics until I FINISH something! We'll see how long that lasts - -

06/18/2012 Flag

This quilt is awesome! I am learning to do feathers. I can comfortably fmq (freehand) basic feathers. And, I love to lay 'em down. lol Again, beautiful quilt.

07/23/2012 Flag

Thanks so much!

07/23/2012 Flag

Hi Darns -- I went to the quilt show in Sisters, Oregon, on July 14th -- I was looking for an Angles/Feathers pattern -- nobody had ever heard of it! Did you make this up yourself?

07/27/2012 Flag

Hi, Alyx, I did make up the name but the basic idea and pieced border came from the Quick Strip Paper Piecing class. Ann Petersen's class taught me how to free motion feathers. Lucky you to go to the Sisters quilt show! What fun! Deanna

07/28/2012 Flag

WOW! I adore this one. Deanna, you continue to amaze and inspire me.

12/16/2012 Flag

Thanks so much, Polarjo! I used up a lot of batik scraps in this one but now I have yet more scraps - never ends

12/16/2012 Flag

The brown really sets off the orange! Amazing how this all goes together as a scrappy! Love it!

01/18/2013 Flag

Thanks so much! I think I have discovered the secret to having a scrappy quilt appeal to me - each part of this one has one bright strip, one green strip, one purple strip and one strip of the palm frond fabric. They don't have to be exactly the same but I think I need some continuity from block to block to make me happy.

01/19/2013 Flag