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Sampler Quilt

Posted in /Fabric_Projects/Quilts on Saturday, July 15, 2017


This was my first quilt as an adult. Sampler quilts can come in any shape and size. They are great for those just learning how to quilt and those who are more experienced.

I learned a lot from this quilt, especially since my teacher wanted perfection...which means a lot of stitch ripping!
This is the finished quilt but each block felt like a quilt unto itself.


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Disappearing Nine Patch

Posted in /Fabric_Projects/Quilts on Saturday, July 15, 2017


When I found out that I had two nieces due within months of each other my brain went into over drive with quilt ideas. Unfortunately I did not have the time to make two different elaborate quilts as I wanted because of teaching and taking university courses.

I had seen Disappearing 9 patch quilts before but did not know what they were called only that they were very eye catching. While looking for quilt patterns for my two nieces I stumbled upon this YouTube video, which changed the course of my summer!


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Woven Ribbons

Posted in /Fabric_Projects/Quilts on Saturday, July 15, 2017


This makes an easy 12" block. And the quilt comes together very quickly once you have your blocks made. You will want to make sure you square the finished blocks or your ribbons will not match up nicely.


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9 Patch Snowball Quilt

Posted in /Fabric_Projects/Quilts on Saturday, July 15, 2017


This is a quilt for my nephew Tyrus. The quilt has two different blocks, the 9 patch and the snowball. I made each block in two colours and the 9 patches were made into two different configurations so there are a total of 6 different blocks.


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Pinwheel Quilt

Posted in /Fabric_Projects/Quilts on Sunday, July 09, 2017


I made this quilt for my niece Abby, she was the first niece or nephew so this was the very first baby quilt I made.


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