Posts Tagged ‘improv piecing’

Mod Crazy Quilt

The Mod Crazy Quilt is finally done!  It’s been on hold for a few months while I was trying to decide what to do for the backing. My original plan was a minky in robin’s egg blue. It was lovely, but I had horrible trouble trying to work with the minky on my home machine. …

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When a Sampler Turns Into Something Else

You may remember that I started designing a #dyosampler as part of the SewMamaSew along…. well, when I started working on it, the fabric became something else.  I blame all of my paper piecing plans.  I love the look of paper piecing, but after literally destroying 2 different attempts at one of the simpler paper…

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A Second Fanfare Quilt

As you know, I just made a quilt for my cousin Susan’s baby out of some lovely Fanfare flannels from Cloud 9.  Because of the pieces required for the pattern, I needed to size up a lot of the yardage I bought.  This gave me a fair amount of leftover flannel with no home.  My…

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