Delicate Delft Quilt

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Delicate Delft Link to website or photo QuickQuilts.com What are you most proud of? I am most proud of the fact that I was able to get it done. It was challenging to work with, but once it was done, I felt I had accomplished a lot. I was able to incorporate some of the things that I had learned in various Craftsy classes, and I used some of my own ideas in the quilting as well as Leah Day's and others. Thank you. What advice would you give someone starting this project? I basically followed the pattern, I numbered my fabrics and then I used and followed my numbers in the cutting sequence. I actually cut all of the fabric before I began to sew. I then separated my fabrics into plastic bags, which were also numbered, so I could keep up with the sequence. Some of the pictures were very similar, so this helped when I was putting my blocks together. I also did all of each block and kept them separate. I think the most important thing was to be consistent and to be organized.

What you will need

  • McCall's Quick Quilt kit found in the Feb/Mar 2013 issue; Quilted using some of Leah Day's quilting designs
  • stippling
  • swirls
  • flames
  • McTavishing
  • daisy
  • etc. These were done on my APQS George machine using Superior Magnifico #40 top thread
  • Bottom Line-bobbin.

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