Linking Heart Quilt
Here is a unique Linking Heart Quilt made scrappy with green and purple colors! Size: Queen, 102" x 115" The border is scalloped. This quilt is sewn and hand quilted in Lancaster County, PA!
Straight from our Certified Instructor Pam Goggans, (the mastermind behind our Blazing Lemoynes Technique Sheet and Flying Swallows pattern) we have another home run of a Lemoyne Star pattern! Designed as a companion pattern for our Rapid Fire Lemoyne Star and Square Squared tools, Lemoyne Trails is an excellent stash-buster of a project. Simply choose 10-12 fat quarters, two contrasting colors for your background, and a border fabric then you'll be ready to get started on your very own…
Hunter's Star Hidden Treasures
A Treasure Trove of Hunter's Star Designs! Create unique designs using the Rapid Fire Hunter’s Star: Petite Star tool and Deb's streamlined construction techniques. All projects are made using the same size block and a simple fabric formula. The results will amaze you! Spark your creative side with these innovative designs. You'll soon find yourself discovering the Hidden Treasures in your Hunter's Star projects! Details Companion for the Rapid Fire Hunter's Star: Petite Star tool…
Red Starburst Quilt (Quilting Land)
Red Starburst Quilt This Red Starburst Quilt quilted by Nanaz Bananaz, The Tutorial Designed by Jenny of Missouri Quilt Co, it's available for free. Full Post: Red Starburst Quilt
Linking Heart Pattern
Beautiful Linking Heart Queen Size pattern! Designed by Mabel Burkholder, exclusively for Log Cabin Quilt Shop. Size 103" x 114" Made with all 2" squares. These are not done as a typical bargello pattern. Each strip is different to create the hearts! Great Scrapbuster. Original quilt uses over 200 different fabrics, including lots of Christmas prints.
You do not have to mirror this pattern. It will turn out fine just the way it is. Trace or print the block onto your foundation paper. Foundation piece the individual sections. I also iron the pattern pieces for unpieced sections onto freezer paper. In fact, that's how I stumbled across the freezer paper piecing method used in block G-8. Piece the four rectangle sections together in pairs to form squares. Attach the pieced squares as follows... ...and complete the center square. Attach the…
This is the block with the highest number in any foundation pieced section. Print or trace the block diagram onto foundation paper, number, and cut out as in the photo. Important! You have to mirror this diagram. Foundation piece the numbered sections and trim seam allowances to 1/4". Using freezer paper to foundation piece, the paper did start running out of wax near the end of that 27 section center piece so I may split that in three next time. Sew the three sections together.
Today's block is just a simple foundation pieced one. We're getting really good at this, aren't we? Trace or print the block diagram onto your foundation paper and number as follows. Foundation piece each section and trim the seam allowances to exactly ¼". Attach the corners to the center square. Attach opposite corners first and then the remaining two. Make sure to center the triangles on the center square or your block will not turn out the right size. Trim the edges straight. Another very…