Savannah's Charm

Project Description

What are you most proud of? How well it came together. I did make a few mistakes but remade those blocks. What advice would you give someone starting this project? I would next time use only one background color. It would make the spiderweb stand out more.

What you will need

  • I made an entire quilt with the "Broken Spider Web" block from our BOM

Q&A with AuntieBelle

chargranny asked:
Is there a pattern for this somewhere on here. I just love this quilt. thanks
AuntieBelle answered:
No pattern, I just followed the directions for the BOM Broken Spiderweb block and made 9 of them, organized them in a square. The first border is 1 3/4" and the second border is 3 1/2". Glad you liked it.
Julia Timmons asked:
That is so pretty. I am midway through doing a quilt of this pattern for my daughter using Rooftop Garden by Moda! I LOVE the colors!
AuntieBelle answered:
thank you. Post pictures when you are done. I can't wait to see it.
gloria_friesen asked:
Great job, I really like it. Post again once it is quilted!
AuntieBelle answered:
I will, Not sure yet how to quilt it. Open for suggestions.
gloria_friesen asked:
You are faced with the same delama I have. I am making a broken spiderweb quilt as well. I keep looking at the carpenters star quilt that is so beautifully quilted. It always comes up along the the right hand side because it has over 360 hearts. The quilt has some diamond shaped pieces that are similar to the pieces that make up the star in the broken spider web. I was thinking something like that would be nice. I think the diamond shapes are smaller on the broken spider web. I guess it would have to be a smaller version of it. For the spider web parts I was thinking maybe just stiching in the ditch. I still can't decide if I'm up for this challenge or if I'm going to take it in to a long arm quilter.
AuntieBelle answered:
Thanks, glad it isn't only me. I was thinking about doing some ditch quilting and maybe something in the stars.

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