Friday, September 22, 2017

Spider Web Quilt ~ Show and Tell


This big beautiful web was made by Kat
inspired by my free


Kat wanted to make a bigger quilt so she started with 4.5" squares.

When it came time to cut the curves, Kat got really creative
and used a hula hoop for the first cut 
and then used the scrap from that as a template for the next cuts.

What a great idea!


Here are Kat's helpful hints with making a larger web:

"A couple of things I learned:
1. When the quilt gets this big, if you cut your 45 degree wedges -before- adding the curved webbing, you wind up with something less than 45 degrees.
2. If you make an extra section to make up for the smaller-than-45-degree wedges, you have to fuse fabric in the middle like you would for a Dresden plate quilt."


Kat says her quilt is a small lap quilt.

Hearing from Kat and seeing the photo of her quilt makes my quilty day!

If you have made a Spider Web Quilt from my tutorial,
I would love to see a photo.

You may email me at scrapatches@gmail.com

or add a photo to my


Thanks, Kat, for sharing your quilt.

:-) 


Thursday, September 21, 2017

Charming Halloween


Hocus Pocus Spooky Delight!

Soon it will be Halloween Night.

Time to weave a web wicked.

And share the candy box of dread!

heeeheheehee !


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#fqsquiltalong
# minicharmchocolatequilt

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Going Pokemon




is seriously hosting this Sew-Along

Seriously.

This is sew cute.

...

I have never sewn this type of pixel block.

Seriously ... I sew have to see if I am up to the challenge.

These are the only Pokemon I am ever going to catch.

Making plans ... seriously ... ;)


Sunday, September 17, 2017

My Quilt is featured on Quilt Inspiration!


My free tutorial for my


is featured with all the fabulous




@


I have always been awed and inspired by 
the many free quilt patterns on this site
and am feeling honored to be included in the updated post.



In 2015 I made a larger version of this quilt and added


These quilts are my favorite Halloween decorations.

Maybe this year I should hold another quilt-along.

What do you think?