Created by: SareeW
Project

Quilted ABCs

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo happytogetherbyjess Link to website or photo http://www.happytogetherbyjess.com/rag-quilt-letters-tutorial/ What advice would you give someone starting this project? Tutorial: http://www.happytogetherbyjess.com/rag-quilt-letters-tutorial/ I had to scale the template down a smidge to have the letters fit on a 5" square. If you aren't using a charm pack, you can use the letters as they are.

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SareeW made Quilted ABCs with:

  • Charm Pack (Ticklish by Moda)
  • Batting
  • White Flannel on the back

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo happytogetherbyjess Link to website or photo http://www.happytogetherbyjess.com/rag-quilt-letters-tutorial/ What advice would you give someone starting this project? Tutorial: http://www.happytogetherbyjess.com/rag-quilt-letters-tutorial/ I had to scale the template down a smidge to have the letters fit on a 5" square. If you aren't using a charm pack, you can use the letters as they are.

Q&A with SareeW

Ardelle Coult asked:
Are the letters 5"? What's on the back?
SareeW answered:
I used white flannel on the back, so it was obvious which side was the front - to help with letter recognition.
Gwynn Osborne asked:
I would like to find the template also.
SareeW answered:
copy and paste this link to the original tutorial: http://www.happytogethercreates.com/2009/07/rag-quilt-letters-tutorial.html I did have to print it a little smaller to get it to work with a 5" square. I am thinking of doing more with a layer cake!
Florrieann asked:
I would like a template of this or any alphabet please if anyone can tell me where to get it.
SareeW answered:
http://www.happytogethercreates.com/2009/07/rag-quilt-letters-tutorial.html copy and paste this link to the original tutorial
BevJoWalker asked:
I'm a beginner quilter. What stabilizer/interfacing did she use?
SareeW answered:
I just used a thin cotton batting. I used white flannel on the back, so that it was very clear which side was the front and which side was the back, to help with letter recognition.
Nancy Phippeny asked:
Where did you find your letters?
SareeW answered:
They were part of the tutorial on the website listed above.

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