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Quilt front

Created in this Craftsy class

QuiltCon Lecture Series 2013 taught by Modern Quilt Guild

Experience the graphic aesthetic of modern quilting in this series of talks from QuiltCon 2013, the inaugural event presented by the Modern Quilt Guild.

Other projects made as part of this class:

Quilting
The signs
Quilting
Dance
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Category Quilting
Type Quilt
Style Casual, Modern
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What materials did you use? Simple Marks Summer charm packs and fabric from Moda

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What are you most proud of? I like that the back could be mistaken for the top.

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I'm glad you like it. No, the pieces are cut on the grain and laid out on point. The pattern is basically the same as Riley Blake's Criss Cross pattern: http://www.rileyblakedesigns.com/media/uploads/Free_Quilting_Projects/RBD_ModTod.pdf. Have fun and I know your granddaughter will love it!

08/12/2015 Flag

i have just bought a sewing machine and have no idea what the bias or the grain are. oh dear.

01/08/2016 Flag

true beginner with no clue !

01/08/2016 Flag

We all started the s

01/08/2016 Flag

Lol. We all started the same way. On the grain means that you cut your fabric straight up and down or straight across. Bias means that you cut your fabric on the diagonal (which we try to stay away from unless you need your fabric to stretch, which we don't usually want). It won't be long before you're tossing around sewing terms like a pro!! Have fun - that's the most important thing. :)

01/08/2016 Flag