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My friend, Lori Schloesser, is a very talented quilter.
This is ok since her piecing is amazing! She recently brought a scrap quilt to our Fiberista meeting and we were impressed. When she finally has enough — she makes a quilt. The first two squares will be at the start of the chain. Press them as you press your other project and put the squares in a container. I sew them together the same way — at the end of chain piecing another project.
I like to lay out the blocks on point alternating the two blocks. You could use solid white for the side triangles but I prefer to use more blocks and cut them in half to finish the quilt.
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I love greens and browns, so I really find this quilt appealing. And the overall leafy quilting design adds to the organic feel. She said her strippy quilts: I find the most time consuming part of trimming is aligning the ruler for every cut.
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So here it is rotated:. The best way to get great points when making half square triangle blocks is to be sure the diagonal seam drops off the block at the exact corners. The groove on this ruler doman it!
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Well, the fabric was in a bag, and much of it was cut into little pieces. I was sure I had the better end of that deal until I looked at the pattern for the king sized quilt:. There was ofg opportunity to strip piece the 4-patches or the half square triangles! I decided it was still a good deal — and began cutting all the dark triangles.
I chain pieced all half square triangles for the center of the quilt. But only God is perfect. In my case I prefer to cut everything a bit larger than needed and do that trimming thing.
I have two great gizmos to help with this project: I left the half square triangle blocks chained together to make laying them out easier, and placed the first 9 on my ironing board.
I pressed them, with the dark triangles on top, to set the seam this will give you a crisper press:. It holds in the heat to give a great press:.
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Lori has a truly amazing blog. Her writing is well done and her photography is beautiful. I liked her work so much that when I read she was doing a lecture at the Madison Expo, I signed up right away. I enjoyed her hoois and found her to be an engaging speaker.
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Do you have a story about a teacher or quilter who has encouraged or influenced you in your quilting journey? On smaller pieces, I simply ink in an apple at the end of my name. My grandchildren are the recipients of many of my quilts.
They always look for the apples and the message Gram wrote just for them. So when I started quilting I decided I had to incorporate buttons somewhere. I decided to put buttons on each label, except on baby quilts, of course. Liz, like Vicki last week, puts her mark on the front of the quilt. Ault love for dachshund dogs has caused me to hide one somewhere on each quilt I have done.
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Did you find the doggie on this last quilt? What clever ideas — and so very unique.
Thanks so much for sharing your quilts with us! My friend Vicki Spiering is a talented, award winning quilter who did something simple when she first began making quilts — that I wish I had done! This idea appealed to me and my next fabric shopping spree included 2 hoojs of a red pin-dot fabric to incorporate someplace in my quilts.
And I still have plenty left from that 2 yard purchase. When friends and family receive my quilts, almost the first thing they do is hunt for the patch red arrow added.