Created by: KCthatsme
Project

Finally A Complete Top!

What are you most proud of? I had to improvise in so many places I wasn't sure it would ever get finished. Wasn't sure it could be. But when I just decided to make it my own and figure out the details, I did it. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Press seams open when you can, err to the side of too much on cutting, and make sure to use a super scant 1/4" seam. All of my blocks that were not half square triangles were too small so nothing added up and met right while assembling. So I was left working out the sashings myself with no help. Which also changed assembly order and complexity. But be careful where your points would be cut off if you err big and trim down. This quilt really is not good for beginners. You must be able to figure things out and improvise a LOT.

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KCthatsme made Finally A Complete Top! with:

Craftsy Block of the Month 2013

Online Class

Craftsy Block of the Month 2013

with Laura Nownes

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I had to improvise in so many places I wasn't sure it would ever get finished. Wasn't sure it could be. But when I just decided to make it my own and figure out the details, I did it. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Press seams open when you can, err to the side of too much on cutting, and make sure to use a super scant 1/4" seam. All of my blocks that were not half square triangles were too small so nothing added up and met right while assembling. So I was left working out the sashings myself with no help. Which also changed assembly order and complexity. But be careful where your points would be cut off if you err big and trim down. This quilt really is not good for beginners. You must be able to figure things out and improvise a LOT.

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