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Spin! Quilt

$9.00

Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Classic Blocks
  • Precision Piecing

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Pattern Details

I have a soft spot in my heart for two colored quilts. I had originally made this quilt in red and soft gray. But found myself sewing it up in an array of colors. This quilt is great fun to sew. You can be as scrappy or as organized as you desire. The pattern contains detailed graphics and clear instructions to make assembly easy. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY The ability to sew a good 1/4" seam Accurate cutting abilities SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 74" x 74"

Recommended with this pattern

  • 5/8 yard for binding
  • 4 1/2 yards for backing
  • 3 yards assorted light prints

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Cynthia Brunz Designs's Pattern Store
Hi there! I'm Cyndy. I've been serious about quilting since around 2003. Even though I sewed with my grandmother when I was young, I really didn't start learning good techniques and habits until I started taking some classes and getting some difficult quilts under my belt. I love fabrics with lots of color so I tend to quilt toward the more contemporary spectrum. I am drawn to simple lines and allowing the colors and fabrics to do all the work. I think that is reflected in my work. After working for years in high stress management jobs, I decided in 2006 that I wanted to make a change and do something I really enjoyed. After exploring a number of small businesses, I kept going back to the idea of the longarm quilting industry. I purchased my APQS Millenium quilting machine in 2007, and I haven't looked back. Now I spend my days at my home quilting for others and designing and sewing my own quilt patterns. I also lead a group of very gifted quilters that meet monthly and produce some wonderful projects - all of which are donated to various organizations in the area. The group is called Project:Quilt. I teach classes on occasion and I regularly blog about my projects and patterns at quiltingismorefunthanhousework.blogspot.com. I meet so many wonderful people doing what I do and get to see so many beautiful quilts. I feel quite blessed. I would love to hear from you!

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