Dot Dot Dash - Spliting The Top Method

Project Description

What are you most proud of? That even as a newbie I have been able to learn how to quilt online and from I attribute the success I have had to the high caliber of teachers offered here on Craftsy. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Watch Ann's class from start to finish. Take notes. Want to see my progress check out Flickr

What you will need

  • The pattern I used is from the book Skip the Borders by Julie Herman of Jaybird Quilts. The pattern is Dot Dot Dash which is a one block quilt pattern. I purchased 1/2 meter yardage of (18) batik prints for the quilt top. I increased the pattern from 48 1/2 x 72 1/2 to 97" x 108" I am using Ann Petersen method to split the quilt into three. I am also using her 505 spray basting technique. I used sulky threads.

Q&A with Scheri Manson

kerryspa asked:
Hi Scheri, the quilt is lovely, and the batiks make it jewel like! Congratulations on a beautiful quilt. I like rail fence too, it is easy but you have lots of room for your own creativity. cheers. Jenny.
Scheri Manson answered:
Thank you Jenny
Cheryl Lemmons asked:
Scheri, yet another beautiful quilt! Love those colors.
Scheri Manson answered:
Hey Cheryl. Nice to see you. Miss sharing with you garments but I will be back at garments Feb 2014.
Ann Petersen asked:
Really beautiful fabrics - can't wait to see it finished!
Scheri Manson answered:
Thank you Ann. I cant wait till I am done LOL. o_O Will be looking for how to quilt advice next week.