Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Making of a Raffle Quilt

Our local quilt group was asked to make a raffle quilt to benefit the township’s historical society’s projects. Several of our group had already learned about a nice block called the “Disappearing Four Patch.” Click here to view a helpful … Continue reading

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Autumn Drunkard’s Path

I just completed another curved piecing project, “Autumn Drunkard’s Path”: I was prompted to attempt this project for three reasons: 1) I bought a two-for-the-price-of-one Cyber Monday special from Cherrywood Fabrics consisting of two “grab bags” of approximately 10″ square … Continue reading

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Red and White Winding Ways Completed

Here she is, quilted and bound: I quilted the concentric circles using the Gammill Work Station accessory as seen here. It fits onto the table that normally holds pantograph patterns: A stylus travels in groves in a template and guides … Continue reading

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