Machine Quilting with Templates

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I love red/white/blue quilts and this one will go to a very special person......an injured soldier recovering or has recovered from injuries recieved in service to our contry. What advice would you give someone starting this project? It's a fun project.....just do it!!

What you will need

  • Quilt top and back are 100% cotton; batting is Hobbs 80/20; thread is Glide trilobal

Q&A with Pat Richie

Bluesbroad asked:
Love Kimmy's style of teaching, where she shows us step by step on paper, then right on the quilt. The little hints along the way are invaluable. I don't have anything on the frame right now, but I'm itching to start using some of these techniques!
Pat Richie answered:
So do I!! She makes things so easy!! There really IS something about eating that elephant one bite at a time!!
Kimmy Brunner asked:
Pat, I love it! Your decision to use McTavishing in the backgrounds adds so much movement to this quilt. GREAT job! Thank you so much for making a quilt for QOV.
Pat Richie answered:
You're welcome....and thanks to both you and Alycia Carmin for creating this fun project!
Penny1 asked:
I ordered the Quilts of Valor mystery quilt with this class but now I can't find the link with the instructions to piece that quilt.
Pat Richie answered:
Alycia Carmin designed the quilt top and it's called Craftsy Quilts of Valor Mystery Quilt and you might be able to locate the instructions at http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2012/09. It's a fun quilt to make!!
Deb Cavanaugh asked:
Incredible, just incredibly beautiful
Pat Richie answered:
Thank you so much!

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