Saturday, December 31, 2016

Book It

OK, this is just the first time I've ever done anything like this, so I hope it works.
I think I put this in the Linkz things, but here it goes again.
What are you using for January?
I'm using Borders, Bindings & Edges by Sally Collins
My Quilty Fun needs to be finished
I want to add something to this quilt to make it rectangular and then add a border to it.
Hoping this book helps me.
What are you doing?


Kat Scribner said...

I'll have to let you know on Monday. Need time to pick out a book and a project.

Joyful Stitcher said...

I will be making a quilt from. Pattern I have had for years, BQ2 by Maple Island Quilting, using a beautifil sunflower fabric that I have had as long as I've had the pattern. Mary T in MN

Lorri Schuller said...

Book 101 Fabulous Rotary-cut Quilts -- Judy Hopkins & Nancy J Martin. Found a pattern CrackerBox I would like to try. I do not have a blog so will just report to you
Lorri2R in IA

Meloney said...

Marianne said
I am going to try the pattern Ruff around the edges as a baby quilt for my expected granddaughter. It involves applique over a pieced background and I do not know if I can do it with these hands. I know for sure that I am not going to try the machine method I used for the pinwheel/elephant quilt finished recently. i would rather buy them a quilt than do that

Andrea said...

Firstly, thank you Meloney for deciding to suggest and take on this challenge - I really appreciate it - because it does take time and effort to make these things work.

Secondly - my project! :) "Poppy" table runner - 67in x 16in (170cm x 41cm). The book is More William Morris by Michele Hill - pub by C&T Publishing. the leaves and flowers are quite detailed, with many small parts. I'll link my blog when I've taken photos. Hugs, Andrea