Monthly Archives: June 2012

Joining the Ends of your Binding

One of the other things that we worked on was binding. It’s amazing how many magazines and books still have instructions for folding one end of the binding into the other end, leaving the finished binding bulky and sometimes loose. I always use … Continue reading

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Quilting with Children

On June 9th several young children gathered together to try their hand at quilting.  This came about when my youngest grandson, Sawyer, asked me why he couldn’t come to the sewing days that I was always going to. We talked … Continue reading

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BOM: Borders with Cornerstones

The Quilter’s Constellation pictured above measures 52″ square. This was achieved using 13″ blocks & 2 1/2″ (inner) and 5 1/2″ (outer) borders. Through the discussion board I believe we have blocks measuring anywhere from 12″ to 13″ but there … Continue reading

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