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Project

Easy Street

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Project Pattern Link to website or photo www.quiltville.blogspot.com What are you most proud of? I was happy that I managed my way through piecing the super large quilt top together. That was difficult. I haven't done anything that large in a long time. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Use as many different scrap fabrics as you can. Ask other quilter friends to share some scrap fabrics with you.

What you will need

  • cotton fabric
  • batting
  • thread

Q&A with theoldcrow

Tanya W. asked:
WOW! This is really quite awesome! You go girl!
theoldcrow answered:
Thanks. It will be a monster to quilt though. It covered my entire area rug. I had to move the furniture to get it all on the floor flat. LOL
Emafish asked:
This quilt is to much fun! Did you enjoy doing a mystery quilt? I think I would have control issues not knowing how it was going to turn out.
theoldcrow answered:
I did enjoy making it. I never tried to figure the layout-ever. But, what I did find myself doing was playing with the pieces out of curiosity, not with intent to figure out how they would be placed for the mystery. I love Bonnie Hunter's blog. She is amazing with scrap quilt ideas. And so many are free!!! Yes...free. I like free. lol
Trix asked:
Incredible quilt. I don't know that I would ever have the patience to do so many little pieces - good job!
theoldcrow answered:
it goes quickly...and in sections, so it was never boring, or overwhelming
LMcrafting asked:
Looks great! I'm still piecing the blocks for this one. I like the way you used the dark small squares realy enhances the design.
theoldcrow answered:
did you finish your quilt?
Candace in Fl asked:
Yours is lovely. I'm quilting mine now, just my usual meander, but anxious to get it finished and on the bed.
theoldcrow answered:
I have one small lap size in my frame--after that I will be meandering my way down "Easy Street" too. Mine will hit the living room floor, as i made it for the grand babies to use. Very few of my quilts are NOT used.