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Lana's Quilt

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? Cotton materials for pieced top, fleece for the back, batting, thread, sewing supplies & tools. Oh yes, a couple of little flowers/with ribbons for the middle.

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What are you most proud of? How well it all came together with the colors.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? You can arrange your patchwork squares in any design you seem fit - I usually place it on a graph paper first - using a pencil, then if I don't like something I can erase and rearrage - then once I like the design, I can cut the fabrics.

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you make beautful quilts. i am a beginner. would appreciat any help you may have..thanks..have a blessed day......jeri

08/29/2011 Flag

thanks

08/30/2011 Flag

Thank you for sharing..I have been trying to do this pattern on my own..I sort of new to quilting..it makes for a great pasttime and stress releaver for me..

10/07/2011 Flag

it's really simple ..get a piece of graph paper and make squares - how ever many you want across and down - then make a design ---use a pencil so you can chane it if it's not quite right - then onec you have the design - cut your squares and number the rows then sew the aquares together , then sew the rows together...add a bordr (or two ) however large you want the quilt to be..then sandwich it between the back and batting and quilt...then either add a binding or flip the excess from the back over and sew it down to make the final border/binding...and it's done! Have fun!!

10/07/2011 Flag