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Oh My Stars & Garters

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I often get inspiration from blocks, or settings, or situations. I saw a block similar to this one, and liked it. So, in my symetrical, unified approach to design, I opted for a clean, orderly appearance. I like to press my block seams in a way that will result in nested seam allowances during construction of the top. I think it helps to reduce seam bulk, making quilting easier. To help you accomplish this, I have included pressing details as part of the block construction instructions. Have fun, and enjoy your quilt! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sew accurate and consistent 1/4" seams Nest or abut seam allowances during construction SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Lap or Twin: 58" x 72"

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Quiltniques
Quiltniques
My mother taught me to sew when I was 8 - doll clothes by hand, then she moved me on to her old Singer. But it was Home Ec in Jr. High where I discovered that sewing was my "thing.". Throughout the years, I sewed clothing and made pillows and curtains and stuff. But quilting? Just the thought of cutting a beautiful piece of fabric into little pieces and sewing them together again seemed a little crazy to me. But when my first great-niece was born, I made my first quilt for her and was hooked! As a new quilter, I couldn't find designs that were easy enough, so, I got design software and started tinkering. Now that I am retired, my life is all about my DH and quilting. Thanks to Craftsy, I am able to share my designs and patterns with you. In addition to quilt designing, I stay busy in my guild, and have a quilting business: Quiltniques! My beloved longarm is named Margie and she works hard. You can check us out at www.quiltniques.com. Now, let's go quilt something!