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Pointedly Sew Batik


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My surrogate granddaughter is in college this fall. (How did she get so old so quickly?) Her favorite color is purple with cool blues and greens. I love my Pointedly Sew pattern, but it was designed different colors in mind. It occurred to me that it would adapt to batiks very well. And here it is! Purple is a color she might outgrow in the four years of college, but the batiks are sophisticated enough to last a lifetime, though I doubt that the quilt itself will last through four years of college. I sewed it strong and quilted it heavily to give it a fighting chance! I hope that you have someone who will love this quilt as well, college bound or not! Please note the "trim" on the back. With all the leftover triangles from trimming the quilt patches, I created a trim stripe for the top of the back. When she wraps it around her, the "collar" is decorated and when she turns it back on her bed, there is decoration for that as well. Enjoy!! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic quilting/sewing knowledge SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 59" x 84"

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And It Was Sew
And It Was Sew
My career started in costumes for the theater. After 15 years, I switched over to making patterns for the fashion industry. I learned to quilt from other pattern makers with whom I worked. It didn't take me long to fall in love with the whole process. All that fabulous cotton fabric! All those intricate designs! And not a single dart or princess seam in sight!!! What's not to love? That little furry thing in my arms is Buns, my dog. She makes me laugh...well, except when she is getting me up to feed her breakfast. And no. She is not spoiled...well, maybe a little bit. OK. You got me. She runs the house.