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Queen Quilt for daughter

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Craftsy Block of the Month 2012 taught by Amy Gibson

In Craftsy's first-ever Block of the Month, Amy Gibson brings you 10 specific quilting techniques - appliqué, string quilting, paper piecing and more.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Romantic
Ruzenad@hotmail.com on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? cotton

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What are you most proud of? The steps I am taking to finish this project. I have come to realize that i like to work "fast and furious" and this is a project that I need to take the time and plan out...I did layd the squares out almost as if I were playing tic tac toe...and then it wil have a sashing that matches the back of the quilt. I probably will do a very simple grid pattern for the quilting on the machine as this is new for me...but craftsy classes have really helped me.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Breath a lot! And step back and if need be, take a little bit longer than you thought it would be..and trust your intuition! And have fun! Pick fabric that speaks to you and enjoy the whole process..

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This is just beautiful. Very inspiring.

06/15/2012 Flag

Your touches of pink are perfect with the other great fabrics.

06/15/2012 Flag

Yeah, I forgot that this was for my daughter and there is a guy sleeping in this room...lol...love your scottie, I have a maltese and he has a scottie friend...we need to create some doggy outfits.

11/18/2012 Flag

Stunning! I absolutely love it and your choice of fabric colors are awesome. I agree with you about taking your time. Quilting materials can be so expensive, so another good reason I have found to slow down and enjoy the process! Great job, can't wait to see it when you are totally finished!

06/16/2012 Flag

Hi Tanya, you can see a picture of the finished quilt under "other projects" Thanks for your kind words

11/18/2012 Flag

Hi Rosalyn, This is awesome and you mixed the print and sashing very well together. I agree, craft shouldnt be hurried..i took up quilting since i realised (and my family and friends told me too) i need to slow down sometimes....I just take the process one step at a time..and once its completed..its a bonus :)...Congrats again - I really love this piece :)

06/19/2012 Flag

Thank you ZaZa what a beautiful name.

11/18/2012 Flag

You really have an artist's eye. I saw your jewelry too. This is so pretty. I love that all the frames are not the same. You really showed your creativity in this. Creativity is one of your very strong points. I saw that in your necklace.

11/17/2012 Flag

Thanks Deb, am so thrilled to have your comments and feedback...you can contact me on facebook, Rosalyn Harwood

11/18/2012 Flag